Jeff Smith

Standing up for Manchester Withington

In Parliament


As a result of the General election on June 8, I will no longer be an MP after parliament dissolves on May 3.

Don't hesitate to contact me during the dissolution period on, or follow me on Facebook or Twitter.

In May 2015, I became one of the 53 new Labour MPs elected at the 2015 election. In my maiden speech I outlined my priorities as being Human Rights, devolution, tackling climate change, and the housing crisis in the UK. 

I regularly speak in Parliament on a wide range of issues and you can find all my latest speeches here, including a video of me holding the Government to account on the upcoming changes in constituency boundaries.  I also asks a large number of questions to ministers in writing and these can be found here.

I am a Labour Party whip with specific responsibilities for the Department for Education and the Department for Culture, Media, and Sport. I am a member of the following All Party Parliamentary Groups: 


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