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Contacting the Prime Minister

There are several ways to make your views known to the Prime Minister.

Write in

Post box

You can write to the PM at the following address:

10 Downing Street,
London,
SW1A 2AA

 

Via email

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You can send a message to the Prime Minister through this website

However, if your message is personal or sensitive, or you would like a reply from his office, you should write to the Prime Minister. 

 

e-petitions

A traditional paper petition is handed into Number 10 Petition the Prime Minister online

You can use our new online service, e-petitions, to set up, host and sign petitions about the issues that matter to you most - and have them automatically delivered to the PM's office. 

 

 

 

Fax

Fax machineFax the Prime Minister

You can also fax the Prime Minister on 020 7925 0918. (From outside the UK, the number is +442079250918)

You may also wish to approach a government department or agency directly. A number now operate e-mail and telephone enquiry points, and some ministers also have e-mail addresses.

Read a list of which departments are responsible for which issues, including departmental e-mail and postal addresses. 

 

Answers

10 Downing Street Answers to letters, campaign cards and e-petitions

10 Downing Street receives many letters, campaign cards and e-petitions regarding a wide range of issues. Here you can read answers to different campaigns and e-petitions, so why not see if others share your concerns.