Dual mandate (commonly known as 'double jobbing') refers to the situation when elected representatives hold seats in another elected body at the same time.

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This list looks at MPs who held dual mandates in the House of Commons and other legislatures since the UK joined the European Economic Community in 1973:

  • Northern Ireland Assembly – Member of the Legislative Assembly (MLA)
  • Scottish Parliament – Member of the Scottish Parliament (MSP)
  • National Assembly for Wales – Assembly Member (AM)
  • European Parliament – Member of the European Parliament (MEP)

How many Members currently hold dual mandates?

There are currently no MPs holding dual mandates between the House of Commons and the above bodies.

Parliament: facts and figures

This series of publications contains data on various subjects relating to Parliament and Government. Topics include legislation, MPs, select committees, debates, divisions and Parliamentary procedure.

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