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PostSubject: Number 10 Downing Street   Fri Sep 05, 2008 1:35 am

Ask the PM

Gordon Brown wants to hear about the issues that matter to you through a new YouTube initiative. Submit your video question and view the PM’s answers in this regular feature.

Contacting the Prime Minister

There are several ways to make your views known to the Prime Minister.

Write to Number 10

You can write to the PM at the following address:
10 Downing Street,

Email Number 10

We have decided at this time that it is important to take another look at the E-mail Number 10 service to ensure that it meets the same high standards as the other content and communication measures that the website delivers.

Unfortunately, this means that we will be unable to replace the service as quickly as we had hoped, but we aim to have it up and running as soon as possible. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience caused.

Fax Number 10

You can fax the Prime Minister on 020 7925 0918. (From outside the UK, the number is +442079250918)

You may also wish to approach a government department or agency directly. Some departments now operate e-mail and telephone enquiry points, and some ministers also have e-mail addresses.

Read a list of which departments are responsible for which issues, including departmental e-mail and postal addresses.

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