Is your MP an Arthritis Champion?

Find out which MPs have signed up to become Arthritis Champions.

Arthritis Champions pledge to work with us to prevent and cure arthritis, and transform the services available to people with musculoskeletal conditions.

Altrincham & Sale West: Graham Brady (Conservative) 
Airdrie and Shotts: Neil Gray (Scottish National Party, SNP) 
Ayr, Carrick and Cumnock: Bill Grant (Conservative)
Beckenham: Bob Stewart (Conservative) 
Bassetlaw: John Mann (Labour) 
Belfast North: Nigel Dodds (DUP)
Birmingham and Northfield: Richard Burden (Labour)
Birmingham Selly Oak: Steve McCabe (Labour)
Bolton North East: David Crausby (Labour)
Bournemouth West: Connor Burns (Conservative)
Brighton Pavillion: Caroline Lucas (Green Party) 
Bristol East: Kerry McCarthy (Labour)
Bristol West: Thangam Debbonaire (Labour)
Burnley: Julie Cooper (Labour)

Central Ayrshire: Philippa Whitford (Scottish National Party, SNP) 
City of Chester: Chris Matheson (Labour)
Clacton: Giles Watling (Conservative)
Crewe and Nantwich: Laura Smith (Labour) 
Cheltenham: Alex Chalk (Conservative)
Chesterfield: Toby Perkins (Labour) 
Cleethorpes: Martin Vickers (Conservatives)
Congleton: Fiona Bruce (Conservative)
Ealing Southall: Virendra Sharma (Labour) 
Easington: Grahame Morris (Labour)
East Devon: Hugo Swire (Conservative)
East Ham: Stephen Timms (Labour)
East Worthing and Shoreham: Tim Loughton (Conservative) 
Eastbourne: Stephen Lloyd (Liberal Democrats)
Edinburgh East: Tommy Sheppard (Scottish National Party, SNP) 
Edinburgh North and Leith: Deidre Brock (Scottish National Party, SNP) 
Ellesmere Port & Neston: Justin Madders (Labour) 
Erewash: Maggie Throup (Conservative)

Falkirk: John McNally (Scottish National Party, SNP)
Feltham and Heston: Seema Malhotra (Labour)
Glasgow East: David Linden (Scottish National Party, SNP) 
Glasgow North West: Carol Monaghan (Scottish National Party, SNP)
Gosport: Caroline Dinenage (Conservative) 
Gower: Tonia Antoniazzi (Welsh Labour)
Halton: Derek Twigg (Labour) 
Hampstead and Kilburn: Tulip Siddiq (Labour)
Harrogate and Knaresborough: Andrew Jones (Conservative) 
Henley: John Howell (Conservative)
Hyndburn: Graham Jones (Labour)
Ilford South: Mike Gapes (Labour and Co-operative) 
Inverclyde: Ronnie Cowan (Scottish National Party, SNP)
Ipswich: Sandy Martin (Labour)
Inverness, Nairn, Badenoch and Strathspey: Drew Hendry (Scottish National Party, SNP)

Keighley: John Grogan (Labour)
Kingston and Surbiton: Ed Davey (Liberal Democrat)

Lancaster and Fleetwood: Cat Smith (Labour)
Leicester South: Jon Ashworth (Labour)
Leigh: Jo Platt (Labour)
Lewes: Maria Caulfield (Conservative)
Linlithgow and East: Falkirk Martyn Day (Scottish National Party, SNP) 
Llanelli: Nia Griffith (Labour)
Luton North: Kelvin Hopkins (Labour)
Makerfield: Yvonne Fovargue (Labour) 
Middlesbrough: Andy McDonald (Labour)
Mid Derbyshire: Pauline Latham (Conservative)
Na h-Eileanan an lar: Angus Brendan MacNeil (Scottish National Party, SNP) 
Neath: Christina Rees (Labour and Co-operative) 
North Thanet: Roger Gale (Conservative)
New Forest West: Desmond Swayne (Conservative)
Newcastle-under-Lyme: Paul Farrelly (Labour)
North Tyneside: Mary Glindon (Labour)
Oldham East and Saddleworth: Debbie Abrahams (Labour)

Paisley and Renfrewshire North: Gavin Newlands (Scottish National Party, SNP)
Penistone and Stocksbridge  Angela Smith  Labour

Reading East: Matt Rodda (Labour)
Redditch: Rachel Maclean (Conservative)
Ribble Valley: Nigel Evans (Conservative)
Rochdale: Tony Lloyd (Labour)

Salford and Eccles: Rebecca Long-Bailey (Labour)
Somerton and Frome: David Warburton (Conservative)
Southampton: Royston Smith (Conservative)
Southend West: David Amess (Conservative)
Stafford: Jeremy Lefroy (Conservative)
Stockton North: Alex Cunningham (Labour)
Stockton South: Paul Williams (Labour)
Stoke-on-Trent North: Ruth Smeeth (Labour)
Stretford and Urmston: Kate Green (Labour)
Strangford: Jim Shannon (DUP)
Stirling: Stephen Kerr (Conservative)
Stroud: David Drew (Labour)
Tewkesbury: Laurence Robertson (Conservative)
Tonbridge and Malling: Tom Tugendhat (Conservative)
Tooting: Rosena Allin-Khan (Labour)
Twickenham: Vince Cable (Liberal Democrats)
Vale of Clwyd: Chris Ruane (Labour)

Walsall North: Eddie Hughes (Conservative)
Warwick and Leamington: Matt Western (Labour)
Wentworth and Deane: John Healey (Labour)
West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine: Andrew Bowie (Conservative)
Wigan: Lisa Nandy (Labour)
Worsley and Eccles South: Barbara Keeley (Labour)