Got a problem? Ask your MP to intervene

Batiste, Spencer
June 2000
Cabinet Maker;06/30/2000, Issue 5194, p8
Trade Publication
Explains how to get British members of parliament on one's side. Writing a letter; Avoiding abuse; Inviting them to events.


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