Contacting the Prime Minister
There are several ways to make your views known to the Prime Minister.
Write to Number 10
You can write to the PM at the following address:
10 Downing Street,
Email Number 10
It is possible to email the Prime Minister’s Office using the link below. If, however, your issue is personal or you wish to be assured of a direct response to your query it may be better to write to Number 10 using the postal address above. Responses to emails cannot, unfortunately, be guaranteed due to the volume received.
Fax Number 10
You can 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. Some departments now operate email and telephone enquiry points, and some ministers also have email addresses.
Read a list of which departments are responsible for which issues, including departmental email and postal addresses.
January 2011 - As stated in Parliament by the Leader of the House of Commons, Sir George Young, on 2 December 2010, online petitions to the Coalition Government will be moving to DirectGov in 2011.
In line with the commitments in the Programme for Government published in May 2010, e-petitions that receive 100,000 signatures or more will be eligible for debate in Parliament.
Cabinet Office, Directgov and the Office of the Leader of the House of Commons are working together on the implementation of this system and further announcements will be made soon.
We continue to issue responses to petitions that had exceeded the 500-signature threshold as of 6 April 2010, when the e-petitions system was suspended ahead of the 2010 general election, and these can be viewed on the HMG e-petitions responses page.