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Looking forward to welcoming our Primary Teachers’ Institute delegates for an exciting pilot event starting on Sunday #PrimaryTI2013
@KathrynBatten Demand really is huge for PMQ tickets. Apologies for any disappointment!
@KathrynBatten space is limited as we're operating within a working building-which is why we can only deliver Committee Experiences on a Fri
#TIUK2013 is now over, and what a fantastic week it's been! Enormous thank you to all the delegates and speakers who took part this year
Delegate presentations kicking off the final afternoon of #TIUK2013 http://t.co/EHxLYcyMWf
@HamishMacP All our #education resources are free - some of our videos might be a nice place to start http://t.co/6t3XtcuOhw
@DebatingMatters Good luck to all the teams taking part in the Debating Matters National Final this weekend #DMNF13
Getting excited about this year's Teachers' Institute whick kicks off on Sunday! #tiuk2013
@KathrynBatten We get a small allocation of tickets for PMQs but they're often booked up well in advance. Worth enquring though 02072194496
@politicsteacher @WHGSPolitics Yes, schools planning to visit may be eligible to have their travel costs subsidised http://t.co/1xxHO4UIfN
@charleymaidment There is some limited availability left for autumn term tours, but call us on 02072194496 and we’ll see what we can do.
Discover parliament: Unsuccessful applicants will be contacted during the week of 24 June and notified of their position on our waiting list
Discover parliament: Our bookings team will email successful applicants by the end of this week to offer places on the programme
Next event in the @EPinUK Young People & the Constitution series will be on 18 July, @maryhoneyball confirmed speaker http://t.co/2bY63L2EcE
Opportunity for Yr6 students to run a debate in Parliament. Max 32 students on 21 June. http://t.co/hKAQpzaqjQ Email firstname.lastname@example.org