Constituency

If you are a constituent of Edinburgh North and Leith, you can contact Deidre in a number of ways. She has regular Friday surgeries at different venues across the constituency - all dates on the calendar on this website, as well as advertised in local press. You can call 0131 555 7009 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Rolling surgeries

First Friday of the month, 1-2pm, Constituency office, 166 Great Junction St
Second Friday of the month, 3.30-4.30pm, McDonald Road Library
Third Friday of the month, 1-2pm, Stockbridge Library
Last Friday of the month, 4-5pm, Royston/Wardieburn Community Centre

You can also drop by or write to the constituency office, 166 Great Junction Street, EH6 5LJ. Note that Deidre is normally working in London from Monday to Thursday when parliament is sitting, but casework staff are available to help take forward any weekday.

Deidre Brock MP Privacy Notice

When you give us your personal information to help with a problem or issue you have we will process it under the Public Task legal basis (processing means anything we do for you like ask a public body about your case).  We will keep you informed about our actions and will delete your information when it is no longer needed for your case.  If you would like us to stop working on your case, please let us know.

We do not collect any information we do not need for your case and we do not share it other than where necessary for your case.  We will not use your information for anything other than pursuing your case and we will destroy our copies of it when your case is closed.

If you want Deidre Brock’s email newsletter about her parliamentary work, sign up here - http://eepurl.com/cuB2S9 - you give your consent to us sending you the newsletter by signing up and you can withdraw that consent at any time by unsubscribing (you basically manage your own membership of that mailing list).  The mailing list is a Mailchimp list and a link to its privacy policy is at that link.

If you correspond with the office for other reasons (lobbying on an issue, asking a question, etc) we will use your information to respond to you only. The data controller is Deidre Brock MP at 166 Great Junction Street, Leith, EH6 5LJ or on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 0131 555 7009

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09 May 2018
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