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Young people are telling us what makes a great leader. Who inspires you? Share your story: http://t.co/DATYvy7m #ParliWk
Preparing for Bonfire Night? Discover the story, people & plot with free school resources http://t.co/oOkRnzzl #ParliWk
Schools Questions & Answers 2011 has launched! Could your school host BBC Radio 4's Any Questions? http://t.co/TkcpTFYD
Want Parliament's history without taking an age? Watch democracy's story in a nutshell: http://t.co/IwKd2tfc #ParliWk
Are you ready for Parliament Week? Find lesson ideas, resources and more at http://t.co/2eYKnclg #ParliWk
Who inspires the young people you know? A great leader? Family member? Share their stories http://t.co/btr7XC2w #ParliWk
Prime Minister's Questions is 50 yrs old today. Got what it takes to be PM? Try for yourself: MyUK http://t.co/YyCbTUak
@TESconnect Please do share our new resource, MyUK, on political literacy and law-making http://t.co/mQRlaKww
Where do laws come from? And how are they made? #MyUK shows 13-15 yrs in playful way. Create your own country at http://t.co/E4S37C97
Trainee teacher? Find out more about free CPD opportunities in Parliament: http://t.co/P9FdiA3r
18 or under? Choose what your Youth Parliament debates in the Commons this year. Vote now at http://t.co/I4sed8hg #ukyp
#MyUK is one week old. Your most popular law so far? The Chill Bill (boosting productivity by making siestas compulsory) www.createmyuk.org
Nice write up on our new pol lit resource. RT: @wireduk MyUK lets you play at being Prime Minister http://t.co/oHKOmvr by @DuncanGeere
@Neileo1 You're absolutely right - well spotted. We'll get that changed. Thank you!
@GuardianTeach New political literacy resource launched today for 13-15 yr olds: #MyUK http://t.co/yGXB3c9