Jack can be contacted on

Constituency office telephone: 01454 617 783

Mobile telephone: 07973 352 776

Email: jack.lopresti.mp@parliament.uk

 

For Filton & Bradley Stoke casework enquiries, please contact Mike Cobb on:

Telephone: 01454 617 783
Email: jack.lopresti.mp@parliament.uk

 

For media enquiries, please contact Selina Short on:

Telephone: 020 7219 7070

Email: jack.lopresti.mp@parliament.uk

 

To invite Jack to an event, please contact Rhianne Innocent on:

Telephone: 01454 617 783
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Or you can write to Jack at his constituency office:

Jack Lopresti MP

29 The Courtyard,

Woodlands,

Bradley Stoke,

Bristol,

BS32 4NQ

 

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Latest News

22 JUL 2016

NATO must act on Gibraltar

 A GROUP of MPs have urged the boss of NATO to "take notice" of Spain's "increasingly unreliable"...


21 JUL 2016

Frenchay duck pond

Jack has paid a visit to the pond in Frenchay that is at the centre of controversy following the...


22 JUN 2016

EU Referedum Debate tonight

Jack Lopresti MP will be taking part in an EU Referendum debate tonight in Bradley Stoke. It is...


Parliament

EU Referendum: Gibraltar — [Mr Nigel Evans in the Chair] (20 Jul 2016)
Jack Lopresti: Thank you for your excellent chairmanship, Mr Evans. I thank all hon. Members from across the House for their support today on this important and crucially timed debate. I am grateful for the Minister’s summing up remarks, in which he reaffirmed the British Government’s commitment to the people of Gibraltar and their sovereignty and freedom, and to working towards the best...

EU Referendum: Gibraltar — [Mr Nigel Evans in the Chair] (20 Jul 2016)
Jack Lopresti: My hon. Friend is talking about the NATO context. Yes, Spain ought to be a friendly country and an ally. We are duty-bound and treaty-bound by article 5 to come to its defence. If it were attacked by an external enemy, or any enemy, we would potentially send our people into harm’s way to defend it.