Dear Douglas Alexander and Lorraine McFarlane,
I need to speak to you, my MP, on a constituency matter. I had been hoping that your secretary and my advocate could arrange a meeting between all three of us. But I discovered yesterday morning during a phone call that my advocate is not on the same page as me, and this is much more serious than he seems to realize. He has set up a meeting with a third party proving he never understand why I need to see you. I need to speak to you, and I don’t think going through my advocate is going to help any of us. You will need to discuss these matters with me direct, but with him listening in. I am very flexible when it comes to times. I will agree to whatever is suitable for you and my advocate.
My contact details include the email address or ***.*******@*******.*** and my phone number which is ***** ******.
The matters I need to discuss with you are very complicated and wide-ranging. I doubt you will feel able to deal with more than a handful at any single meeting with me. You will need to be able to consider quite a lot of reading matter, which I can supply you.
You should be aware that the first matter I need to discuss with you relates to this meeting that my advocate has set up between me and a third party against my wishes, a meeting he arranged for 2:30pm in Paisley this afternoon. This meeting is with a Dr Doig: http://www.nhsaaa.net/contractors/general-practices/irvine-townhead-practice.aspx
For reasons my advocate should have known about I won’t speak to Dr Doig, at least not after I have talked to you about this constituency matter.
Please get in touch as soon as you can.