How Do You Address a Member of Parliament?

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Members of Parliament are addressed as follows: Member of Parliament (MP after surname, honours and decorations); John Doe Esq. MP-Mr Doe, Speaker of the House of Commons: The Right Honourable The Speaker-Mr or Madam Speaker, Lord Speaker (of the House of Lords): The Lord Speaker (irrespective of gender) -Dear Lord Speaker.
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When addressing a letter to an MP one needs to follow some etiquette. One needs to address the letter using “Honourable” and following the MP’s appropriate title put Mr., Mrs., Ms or Miss followed by their surname. If the MP is a member of the Cabinet or Shadow Cabinet their name should be prefixed ‘Rt Hon’ meaning right honourable.
Address a member of parliament according to their positions in the House. A Member or Senator who becomes a Minister is given the title ‘Honourable’. There are various forms of addressing an individual, i.e. through a letter, salutation, conclusion and oral.
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