Our Breast Cancer Ambassadors have committed to taking action nationally and locally to help us achieve our goal – that by 2050, everyone who develops breast cancer will live. Find out if your MP has signed-up and take action if they haven’t.

Ahead of the General Election 2015, we asked supporters to contact their local parliamentary candidates and ask them if they would become a Breast Cancer Ambassador if elected. More than 21,000 emails were sent to candidates across the UK and we now have nearly 200 MPs committed to championing breast cancer issues in Parliament and their constituency – that’s about a third of all MPs.

Is your MP a Breast Cancer Ambassador?

The map below shows which MPs have signed-up to become a Breast Cancer Ambassador. We’re still updating it, so if you can’t find your MP try checking this list instead.


This includes keeping breast cancer high on the political agenda, so if your MP isn’t a Breast Cancer Ambassador, let them know that you’d like them to sign-up.


Email your MP

The more MPs hear from local people, the more likely they are to take action – it only takes a minute and could make a huge difference.

“In the short time I have been MP for Torfaen I have already met many constituents who have been affected by breast cancer and seen first-hand the impact it has had on their lives and on those of their family and friends. I want to know that I am doing all I can to support the work of Breast Cancer Now in fighting this devastating disease, which is why being a Breast Cancer Ambassador means so much to me.”

Nick Thomas-Symonds, MP for Torfaen and Breast Cancer Ambassador

So far, our Breast Cancer Ambassadors have introduced a Bill to improve access to off-patent drugs, been active in the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Breast Cancer, attended various events in Parliament including our annual wear it pink photocall, and raised thousands of pounds for Breast Cancer Now by taking part in the London Marathon.


Email your MP

Breast Cancer Ambassadors in the Welsh Assembly

In the run-up to last year’s elections in Wales, we called on Assembly candidates to become Breast Cancer Ambassadors. Thanks to you, the Stop Women Dying campaign resulted in 18 Assembly Members committing to working with us, and this number has now grown to 25. You can find out whether your Assembly Members are Breast Cancer Ambassadors by downloading this list.

More information

Check out our guide to working with your MP or email campaigns@breastcancernow.org – and if you do end up contacting your MP, please let us know how it goes!

Read our blog

Breast Cancer Ambassador, Thangam Debbonaire MP, talks about her experience of being diagnosed with breast cancer

Siobhain McDonagh MP tells us why she became a Breast Cancer Ambassador