Thank you for visiting my website. You can find out more about my work and activities on behalf of the people of Battersea, Balham and Wandsworth – both in Parliament and out and about in the constituency.

If you think I may be able to help you with a problem, or want to let me know your views on something, or just want to get in touch with me please do use the details on the Contact Jane page. You’ll also find details of my MP’s surgeries, held regularly in various locations around the area and of my Expenses claims.

I am honoured and delighted to be the Member of Parliament for this constituency and will always strive to serve the people of Battersea, Balham and Wandsworth in a practical and positive way.


Latest News

Monday 12 January 2015
Completed Northern line upgrade boosts capacity
Battersea MP, Jane Ellison, today welcomed news that Transport for London (TfL) had completed its major overhaul of the Northern line’s signalling system, significantly increasing capacity. [Read More]

Wednesday 24 December 2014
Christmas 2014: Prime Minister's message
The Prime Minister David Cameron sends his best wishes to everyone celebrating Christmas in the UK and around the world [Read More]

Monday 22 December 2014
Jane's Christmas eBulletin with useful seasonal information
As we head into the Christmas period Battersea's MP has put out a short eBulletin with useful seasonal information, including about travel, rubbish collection and tree recycling. [Read More]

Tuesday 9 December 2014
Shaker Aamer’s continued detention “unacceptable” says Jane Ellison MP

Battersea MP Jane Ellison has issued the following statement regarding her constituent, Shaker Aamer, following the publication of the US Senate report on CIA involvement in torture. [Read More]

Wednesday 3 December 2014
Battersea MP backs Autumn Statement for families and working people
The Chancellor’s Autumn Statement has been welcomed today by Battersea’s MP, Jane Ellison. George Osborne set out a range of measures to help make families more financially secure and let working people keep more of the money they earn. [Read More]