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CONTACT ME:

To contact me in my capacity as M.E.P. for the South West concerning direct European Union matters...

  • See my EU MEP Web Site.
  • To contact me in my capacity as a Brexit Party member...

  • Please e-mail [email protected].
  • For all media engagements, please contact Ann's Agent...

    Andrew Wilson
    Cloud9 Management Ltd
    3rd Floor
    2 Archer Street
    LONDON
    W1D 7AW

  • Telephone: 0207 637 2903.
  • E-mail: [email protected]
  • For paid speaking engagements...

    Contact the above or Gordon Poole at [email protected].

    For all literary enquiries...

    Caroline Dawnay
    United Agents
    12-26 Lexington St
    LONDON
    W1F OLE

  • Telephone: 0203 214 0800
  • E-mail [email protected]
  • For comments on any of my Express articles...

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    Please note there may be a delay in response as the Express save up my letters and send them on to me in batches.

    Communications are no longer forwarded by the House of Commons or my former constituency office in Maidstone so please do not attempt to contact me there.

    Having difficulties obtaining any of my books?

    If you are having difficulties obtaining any of my books the publishers are Orion, and their telephone number is 020 7240 3444.

    My books are also available in large print from Magna by calling 01729 840225 and on audio from either Orion, as above, or BBC Audiobooks on 01225 878000.

    For any other matter, please contact me using the form below. Your name, e-mail address and message are obligatory so that I can reply if required.

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