Individual citizens, and a vast array of groups in society, both organized and unorganized, make demands of Members of Parliament. MPs raise the concerns of constituents, groups and different sections of the public in Parliament, and can ensure that the government takes note. The flow of communication in this relationship is essentially from those outside Parliament to those inside; but what about the communication from Parliament to those outside?
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