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Julie Ward MEP: Sorry, we do not currently have contact details for this representative, and are unable to send them a message. We may have had details in the past, which are currently not working (perhaps their mailbox is full) or incorrect. We’d be really grateful if you could spend five minutes on the website of the European Parliament (or even the phone), finding out the contact details. Then contact us with the email address or fax number of your representative.

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  • Use your own words; we block copied-and-pasted identical messages.
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