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.
How would a supermarket tax work in England and Wales? http://t.co/nfinuew2Nn
UK #unemployment rate at 6.4% - what’s happening in your constituency? http://t.co/Pim9O05Pee
Latest #YouthUnemployment statistics now available http://t.co/uSL9fYzRX9
What was the #weather like over the past 12 months? http://t.co/PPBmfkqmIa
@CPAGUK @jrf_uk New report on the cost of a child in 2014 http://t.co/DgFv9uCslF
How many times has the UK Parliament been recalled since 1948? http://t.co/KIK3oXjdZm
Who works in your constituency? How does this compare with other constituencies? http://t.co/n8BEYJu23V @ONS #Census http://t.co/2s0pRXjgiH
What support is available for family and friends carers looking after children? http://t.co/OKvmfmpoW7
@ukces New report on youth employment in an international context http://t.co/roYQFW0E5C
#Indyref Briefing available on social security and tax credits http://t.co/sfkW3boDfe
#Asylum applications: how does the UK compare with other countries? http://t.co/lUYFNrRz4f
Women on #FTSE boards – is the UK approach the most effective? http://t.co/QyOi1orEGk Read this and more in our latest economic indicators.
What sanctions have the EU imposed on Russia following the #MH17 disaster? http://t.co/lx2OQFFlDc
Learn about Parliaments role during #WW1 and the MPs who died: http://t.co/UnmqFzNsGK
What will be the focus of the NATO Summit in Wales this September? http://t.co/nVnHUsmoVg