Contact Clive

Norwich South Constituents

If you are a constituent and would like to write to Clive please use the following contact details:

Post:
20 Bank Plain
Norwich
NR2 4SF

Email: clive.lewis.mp@parliament.uk
Telephone: 01603 510755

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commented 2017-09-02 16:23:57 +0100
I’ve heard no such allegations recently; though not very active, I’m sure there are plenty of people I know in the party who would have contacted me for support of one side or the other. Norwich is hardly a hotbed of Blairiteism anyway.
commented 2017-09-02 13:07:58 +0100
Clive, I’m a Labour member in London and a Corbyn supporter. I’ve always had a positive impression of you and I agree with your stated views on Brexit. Just to let you know, there are allegations (in the comments under a Guardian article published yesterday about your support for freedom of movement) that you’ve “recently engineered a Blairite coup in Norwich CLP to prevent a Momentum / progressive left group of candidates gaining seats on the local party committee.” I’m reading this as a smear since you were a founder member of Momentum, but if there are serious differences between you and others on the left I think they need to be out in the open and properly understood by every Labour member.
commented 2017-06-12 12:19:41 +0100
Hi Clive congrat for your been re elected
commented 2017-04-19 08:31:56 +0100
Clive
Not one Tory MP has or will criticise May; no Liberals criticise Farron; even Nuttall is immune from criticism yet Labour MPs are all over the media attacking JC. Are they really so stupid or pig headed they don’t realise they are cutting their own electoral throats? Is there no-one who can bang heads together and get them to shut up, if only until 9th.June? “a house divided against itself must fall” and the same is true with political parties.
Vote against dissolution and force TM to a vote of ‘no confidence’ (which she will need to get Tory MPs to gate for). That would be an embarrassment!
commented 2017-02-25 11:22:21 +0000
I’m not one of your constituents (wish I was!). Unfortunately, my MP is a Tory.
I applaud Jeremy Corbyn for his “broad church” approach. However, it’s obvious that certain sections of the Labour Party are still causing problems for the majority of Labour supporters. Copeland was a different case, I agree, due its concern with jobs in the nuclear industry. Once again, though, I do believe the electorate there saw us as not united, because of the activities of certain people on the right of the Labour Party (I can’t call them socialists, because they just aren’t!). If we don’t get rid of these people are we going to see a parallel in the GE in 2020 to the result in Copeland? I believe that the candidate selected for Copeland was not Jeremy’s choice and had been a supporter for Owen Smith in the Labour Party leadership election last year. Is this significant?
I will go further and say that certain supporters of “New Labour” are hell bent on getting rid of Jeremy and I believe that it’s now time for him to take a firm stand against them. I was purged from the Labour Party last year because I made a complimentary comment on one item of Green Party policy (this happened to be Labour Party policy also so it was absolutely in sync with Labour!!). Obviously, I’m disappointed that I am excluded from the Labour Party and a former, war monger of a prime minister still belongs! Is a purge of some members of the right, now required? If so, we can’t wait until the GE is upon us. What do you all think?
commented 2017-02-09 11:17:32 +0000
Clive, full support for your anti-Brexit stance. Parliament is meant to be wiser and more fully informed than the populace which is why we vote in a parliamentary democracy.
I can’t understand the collective madness shown in Westminster this week. Good luck, best wishes, Mike
commented 2017-02-07 19:42:49 +0000
Dear Mr Lewis

I am contacting you to ask to keep the European Union notification simple as it is,with draw our bill to fill it’s purpose,
It’s simple bill and
I am expecting you to vote against all those amendments,as they are all unnecessary.
If you don’t do so,I am afraid you are not gonna see my vote ever again.thanks you.

Yours sincerely

R Tony Goucem
commented 2017-01-31 14:53:30 +0000
I understand that you intend to back the Government’s article 50 bill. Your constituents voted to remain in the EU and I would like you to vote against the Government’s bill. I am fed up with being told that because there was a slim majority to leave the EU on 23rd June that I no longer have a say on this issue and my MP has to vote against his constituents wishes. I am still not convinced that leaving the EU is a good idea and quite frankly before triggering the legal process to leave the EU, I would like to see a great deal more about the plan to leave and exactly what the country will be letting itself in for as a result of leaving the EU. Triggering Article 50 will have far reaching implications for now and future generations and it is totally reckless to push this through with so much speed without a proper scoped out plan coupled with a vision of what this country will be post EU. As yet, I have seen nothing.

Please vote against this madness.
commented 2017-01-30 22:27:01 +0000
Am I missing something? The anger and passion people of Britain are showing in protest to Donald Trump over a million signatures but dont have the passion and anger to protest over the disability benefit cuts, the cuts to the NHS, major failures supporting our elders! The fact you have to wait upto and over 4 weeks for a prebooked doctors appointments and that’s if your lucky enough to have a doctors that offers bookable appointments!
It’s amazing how we are happy to protest against what another country is doing but can’t be arsed to express those feelings to our own fucked up system!
commented 2017-01-26 20:27:52 +0000
I have just read on BBC that you intend to back the Government’s Article 50 Bill. Please remember that the people of Norwich voted to remain part of the EU. This is not a time to follow the Party Whip. Please represent us!
commented 2017-01-26 15:31:37 +0000
commented 2016-10-21 17:26:35 +0100
Hi just found out west Earlham surgery no longer offering appointment s after 5 pm. What are hardworking NORWICH people supposed to do give up on getting a gp appointment and suffer in silence? Paul Fayers
commented 2016-10-21 17:26:35 +0100
Hi just found out west Earlham surgery no longer offering appointment s after 5 pm. What are hardworking NORWICH people supposed to do give up on getting a gp appointment and suffer in silence? Paul Fayers

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