By the time this letter arrives you will probably be aware that the Prime Minister has called for the dissolution of Parliament and named the date for a General Election. Parliament will not be sitting during the election campaign.
As my constituent, I thought you might be interested to know the effects of the dissolution of Parliament.
From the moment Parliament is dissolved, I will no longer be your MP. I will become a Parliamentary Candidate for Birmingham Ladywood. Being your voice in Westminster is the privilege of my life and I look forward to standing on my strong local record throughout the campaign ahead.
You can find out who your local councillor is here: www.birmingham.gov.uk/councillors/name.
You can access details about departments in Birmingham City Council here: www.birmingham.gov.uk.
If I am successful at the election, then I will be immediately re-elected as your local MP, to continue representing the Birmingham Ladywood constituency in Parliament and across our communities. I will then continue where I left off and get on with any outstanding constituency casework. Please do not be concerned if you have an open case with my office, I will ensure that any responses I receive relating to your case(s) are sent out to you immediately during the election period.
I would like to take this opportunity to remind you to register to vote if you are not registered already. You can register by visiting www.gov.uk/register-to-vote.
I hope this helps to explain the situation during the election campaign.
Thanks and best wishes,
Parliamentary Candidate for Birmingham Ladywood