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We withdrew the new jobs system after unacceptable problems with its performance. Relaunch in July when we can be sure of its reliability.

We have published a list of all current jobs that were live on the new system and are not being shown in the reinstated system.

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W4MP apologises for the difficulties this has caused.

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Latest news from w4mp


July 18  IPSA asked to reconsider bonuses for MPs' staff Read more.
July 15  Should the public be allowed direct access to the Parliamentary Ombudsman? Read more.
July 13  Whay are political blogs dominated by men? Read more.
July 12  Parliamentary Book Club: meeting with writer Peter James and date of next meeting. Read more.
July 09  Hoby's cartoon for July Read more.
July 08  The National Audit Office has published a report on IPSA, drawing in part on the survey of MPs. Read more.
July 06  Hotlines list updated again. Read more.

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Parliamentary Reports from Catch21

We're pleased to announce that we are now featuring Parliamentary video reports from charitable production company Catch21. Click here to watch the latest, and watch other reports here.

Coming up


July 18, 2011

The Sin Taxes

 

Free Spirits with Emma Boon

July 19, 2011

Cicero Consulting's Summer Reception 2011

 

Reception

July 27, 2011

Summer Recess begins.

 

Parliament rises

August 18, 2011

Appeasing Times

 

Historical Intelligence event

September 06, 2011

Summer Reccess ends.

 

Parliament returns

September 16, 2011

Words that Work

 

UK Speechwriters' Guild Annual Conference

September 16, 2011

Conference Recess begins.

 

Conference Recess begins.

October 06, 2011

The Forgiveness Project Annual Lecture

 

Lecture

October 11, 2011

Conference Recess ends.

 

Parliament returns

October 20, 2011

Finding Parliamentary Questions, Debates and Speeches Online

 

Library Training

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Notices


There are 12 notices, latest added on 16 July. The most recent are:

HOUSE SHARE, from July 16, 2011

Free printer cartridges - Dell Laser 5100cn, from July 14, 2011

DOUBLE ROOM TO RENT IN HOUSESHARE IN BATTERSEA, from July 14, 2011

DOUBLE ROOM TO RENT , from July 14, 2011

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PParliamentary Reports from Catch21

June 7 2011: Vernon Coaker MP

Vernon Coaker Labour MP for Gedling, Nottingham, talks with us about his role as an MP within Gedling along with his role as the Shadow Police Minister. He tells us how he enjoys his time within the constituency and helping to deal with all of their concerns locally along with raising them in Parliament. Along with his constituency work he is the Shadow Police Minister which involves him dealing with issues such as Crime & Anti-Social Behavior.. If you want to leave comments then please use the YouTube comment facility.

W4MP is featuring Parliamentary videos from /em> Catch21, a production company that specialises in producing political video content. You can contact them here, or see previously featured videos here.

 

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