Taking part in the UK Parliament social media community

Did you know that nearly two million people around the world are part of the UK Parliament social media community?

Our social media channels share news, photos, and resources with you about what’s happening at the heart of UK democracy and how you can get involved. You can follow UK Parliament on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, Soundcloud, and Flickr.

We love hearing feedback if you’ve had a great experience visiting Parliament or getting involved with our events. And of course, if something’s not right then please tell us so we can fix it. If there’s something we can do to help, like show you how to contact your MP or a Lord, we’ll do our best to help. 

We welcome your questions, feedback, and photos from your visits to Parliament. We encourage respectful discussion between people. You don’t have to agree with what other people say or share, but please treat everybody with dignity, courtesy, and respect.

Please read our social media community guidelines below to find out what we will and won’t accept on our Facebook page. 

  • We will report and remove any comments that are direct attacks on someone based on their race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sexuality, sex, gender, disability or disease.
  • We will report and block any accounts that express harm to other followers or our moderators, that are selling things, are spam, or do not contribute to the comments and topics raised on the page.
  • We will report and remove comments that express support for hate groups and terrorists.
  • The moderators will challenge and discuss any comments that spread misinformation or fake news about UK Parliament. 

We are here to help you. Our friendly social media team is here to answer questions and help with anything related to UK Parliament. We’re here from 10am – 5pm, Monday to Friday. We’ll respond to you as soon as we can in that time frame. 

You can also contact the House of Commons Enquiry Service by email on hcenquiries@parliament.uk or by telephone on 0800 112 4272, or the House of Lords Enquiry Service by email on hlinfo@parliament.uk or by phone on 0800 223 0855.