Read our web accessibility statement, contact us about alternative document formats or adapt your computer to your needs using the resources.

Accessibility statement

Web accessibility helps make website content available to all users, regardless of browsing technology (such as text-only web browsers), disability, or access requirements.

Parliament is committed to making our website accessible to everyone and we continue to work on improving usability and accessibility.

We’re using the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 and aim to meet the WCAG AA conformance level.

Request documents in a different format

Please contact us if you need a document in a different format so we can discuss your requirements.

Accessibility help

Please visit AbilityNet for guidance on adapting your computer to your accessibility needs. The site shows you how to:

Let us know your feedback

We’re constantly trying to improve our services. If you have trouble using our site or have suggestions for improving accessibility, contact us and we’ll try to resolve the issue or use your feedback for future improvements.

New website

We’re building a new website for Parliament that continues to improve our web accessibility. Please visit our site to leave feedback.