Working with charities during the cost-of-living crisis – A guide for MPs


Local and national charities working in your constituency can be a vital partner, providing you with frontline insights, up-to-date data and intelligence, and a reliable place to refer people who need urgent help. You will likely already know the charities in your constituency well, so this guide from NPC is intended to help you focus your work with them. NPC is a think tank and consultancy helping charities, funders, and policy makers to maximise social impact.

You can find the guide here:

Room available to rent


Ref: 2965

I have a room available to rent in my 2-bed, 2-bathroom flat in Stockwell, which also has a balcony.

It’s about 10 mins walk to the tube, with an on-site concierge in the mornings, a small on-site gym that is free to use, and free parking.

It’s available till the end of April 2023 with possibility to extend.

£900 per month plus bills (except water, which is included) and council tax.

About me: I’m 25 and work for a Conservative MP. Looking for someone of a similar age.


2 Floors in large house for rent


Ref: 2964

2 floors in large house for rent in London, SE10 with cat sitting from mid December to end April 2023 (can be flexible on dates to start in mid October and stay after April and rent as a house share would reflect this).

We are looking for a professional person (or couple) who are looking for somewhere to live in Greenwich and from Jan to April, have sole occupancy of the house and full access to the bottom 2 floors of our house while we are away.

We have 2 cats and are looking for lodgers who are comfortable with cats and will look after them while we are away.

We are looking for £1200 per month (single) or £1800 per month (couple) with 1/2 the bills for those 4 months payable monthly. Council tax is included in the rent. All other bills will be through checking meter readings/bills/invoices on a monthly basis. The weekly cleaner will cost half of £48 per week.

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All MP’s Staff Q&A: Home Office/ Immigration


Upcoming All MP’s Staff Q&A:Home Office/ Immigration

Time: 10:00 – 11:00
Date: Tuesday 13 September 2022
Venue: Online via Teams
Booking essential: Click this link to book

Due to high demand, we are hosting a further event with the Home Office.  We are lucky to be joined by Katie Shooter from the Home Office.  Katie will provide an update from her team and will be more than happy to answer your queries on how the Home Office process Immigration Applications.

This will be a Q&A session if you would like to submit a question, please email , we will pass them to Katie on the day.

Time permitting, we will open the floor for additional questions.