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While MPs are first and foremost responsible for representing their constituents, many have specific areas of interest which they focus on. Groups of MPs from all political parties, with an interest in a particular issue or subject, come together to form All-Party Parliamentary Groups (APPGs). Although APPGs have no formal status in Parliament, and are not officially involved in the process of scrutiny in the same way Committees are, they are often used for advocacy on a particular issue and can become influential in their specialist area. In the most recent listing in May 2017, there were 631 APPGs in existence on a range of subjects from Air Ambulances and Angling to Youth Employment and Zoos.
You can find information about the APPGs I am a member of below.