Welcome to the UK Parliament Web Archive

We capture, preserve, and make accessible UK Parliament information published on the web. The web archive includes UK Parliament websites and social media dating from 2009 to the present.

This collection of archived web content was selected for preservation by the Parliamentary Archives.

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13/1/2016 08:10

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8/1/2016 08:11

#AdventCalendar Day 24 Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Why not find out how you could #GetInvolved with Parliament in 2016. www.parliament.uk/get-involved #CommonsAdvent #UK #UnitedKingdom...

24/12/2015 08:04

#AdventCalendar Day 23 This calendar is in one of the Commons Library reading rooms but you can use the online Parliamentary #calendar to find out what’s happening in Parliament. It’s updated...

23/12/2015 07:39

#AdventCalendar Day 22 A Bill is a proposal for a new law, or a proposal to change an existing law, that is presented to Parliament. All Bills in a Parliamentary session are given a...

22/12/2015 07:37

#AdventCalendar Day 21 Posting Box in Central Lobby. Today is the last recommended posting date for UK 1st Class post. Central Lobby is where constituents can come to 'lobby' their MPs and...

21/12/2015 07:49

#AdventCalendar Day 20 The House of Commons Library provides impartial information and research services for Members of Parliament and their staff in support of their parliamentary duties. The...

20/12/2015 09:51

#AdventCalendar Day 19 This plaque was placed in Westminster Hall to commemorate Sir Winston Churchill’s lying in state after his death in January 1965. Throughout the three day ceremony some...

19/12/2015 08:51

#AdventCalendar Day 18 Gargoyles and grotesques ornament the Gothic architecture of the Palace of Westminster, designed by 19th century architect, Sir Charles Barry. Now Grade 1 listed, and part...

18/12/2015 07:48

#AdventCalendar Day 16 The Members’ message board is in Members’ Lobby, just outside the Commons Chamber. Each MP has a pigeon hole which lights up if a message has been left for them on the...

16/12/2015 06:51

#AdventCalendar Day 15 House of Commons mint creams are one of the most popular items sold from the House of Commons gift shops – over 18,000 boxes are sold each year to MPs, staff and...

15/12/2015 08:04

#AdventCalendar Day 14 Prayer cards are used by MPs to reserve a seat in the Chamber at the beginning of the day’s business. Sittings each day in the House of Commons begin with prayers. These...

14/12/2015 06:34

#AdventCalendar Day 13 MP’s locker. These lockers line the corridors close to the Commons Chamber. The Member of Parliament (MP) for your local constituency represents you in the House of...

13/12/2015 09:09

#AdventCalendar Day 12 Hop on a bus to visit Parliament. UK residents and overseas visitors can watch proceedings for free in the House of Commons by visiting the public gallery. Find out how and...

12/12/2015 09:54

#AdventCalendar Day 11 The doors to Westminster Hall, the oldest building on the Parliamentary estate, built in 1097. Westminster Hall has survived flooding on five different occasions between...

11/12/2015 07:24

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