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.
@mcraddock Should be there by Monday morning,
@greentrac @cholten99 @Rob_Greig Agreed - we will look into this.
@MattStutely Try now - we had a few configuration issues with our caching server. Let us know how you get on.
@MattStutely Thanks Matt - it is intermittent as you say. Looking into it this morning.
. @sharechiwai @dasbarrett Have a look at http://t.co/w8oQeUKS2x. It has a full description the parameters you can include to get more data.
.@sharechiwai @dasbarrett Use the Members Data Platform to look up historic MPs. here is an example query http://t.co/iDZ0j8fx9b.
@Super_James Great to see http://t.co/O5m5qL3ohN the first application outside parliament to use http://t.co/O3GGtBvF6O .
@Super_James Great to see http://t.co/O5m5qL3ohN the first application outside parliament to use http://t.co/O3GGtBvF6O.
Hope to see you at the Accountability Hack 2014. http://t.co/9VUlI89lhx
@Super_James Thanks for spotting this. We will take a look at it.. For now just remove the prefix 'intranet' to get the public address.
Our first demo app is available on GitHub. Have a look at our blog post explaining how we created our sample app. http://t.co/zPTTvrsTYg
@davidtpegg This will be available soon here http://t.co/jhmPHOJ0zG Watch this space!
Lords Divisions on Data.Parliament! http://t.co/Fd9BCe3Kmh
The Data.Parliament team have been busy adding datasets to the site and working on the underlying platform. Watch this space for more info!
Research Briefing Papers - Read the intro on our updated blog! http://t.co/pC0ByhKRYe