Commons Library Casework Discussion Forum
The Library, in conjunction with the Members’ Services Team, is pleased to invite you to the Casework Discussion Forum which will take place virtually each month.
The September forum is taking place on Thursday 22 September, 2-3pm and will be a Q&A on devolved and reserved matters. It will be chaired by Wendy Wilson from the Library, with David Torrance, the Library’s subject specialist on devolution.
If you have any questions, please contact MST@parliament.uk
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 MST@parliament.uk , we will pass them to Katie on the day.
Time permitting, we will open the floor for additional questions.
The Members Services Team have some drop-in Q&A Sessions coming up:
All Members’ Staff Virtual Q&A Session: UKVI/Passport office / Civil Service Sports Council
This session is open to all staff of all MPs.
10:00 – 11:00 – 24 June 2021
For further information and booking, please visit https://parliament.learningpool.com/mod/facetoface/view.php?id=3963
Have you visited the House of Commons Library Help Hub Community yet?
The Help Hub Community is a forum where caseworkers can ask each other questions, share experiences and provide advice. They also run regular ‘ask the expert sessions’ with Library specialists.
MPs’ Staff should have been sent an email inviting them to join the community. If you haven’t received one, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and they will sign you up and send you a link.
The House of Commons Library organises regular talks on topical issues, delivered by subject specialists. You can view the list of both forthcoming and past talks here:
Past House of Commons Library Talks are also available in audio format on the UK Parliament YouTube Channel.