Lords Digital Chamber

The Lords Digital Chamber extracts and aggregates the social media activity of members of the House of Lords, political parties and groups in the Lords and related feeds. It features content from Twitter, YouTube, Facebook and blogs.

Users can interact with posts directly from the website, creating new ways to communicate with members of the Lords and see their conversations in real time.

We're happy for you to embed the Digital Chamber on your site, and it's easy to do, for instructions please see the ‘About’ section of the Digital Chamber website.

The Digital Chamber is currently in beta, please send any feedback or suggestions to the House of Lords Information Office.

Views expressed by the authors/bloggers are their own and do not represent the views of the House of Lords, its authorities or its other members (including parties and other groups of members). Further information can be found on the Lords Digital Chamber disclaimer.

Follow the Lords on...

Twitter Twitter – find out what's happening in the House of Lords

flickrFlickr – view pictures from the House of Lords

YouTubeYouTube – watch films explaining the work of the House of Lords

FacebookFacebook – like the House of Lords on Facebook

Google+Google+ – follow the House of Lords on Google+

LinkedinLinkedin – follow the House of Lords on Linkedin