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Met @VotingCountsUK 2day-impressive girl (17) who created this website:http://t.co/8KM9q3qheV inspired by friends confused who 2 vote 4
@StuartLong01 excellent - thank you so much!
@VotingCountsUK excellent! Meet at st Stephens entrance I'll dm u my number later
@VotingCountsUK 10am or 12noon?
@VotingCountsUK Hi Rachael - r u able to pop by Parliament tomorrow for a chat?
@r4isstatic of course - I'll DM u our number/ email so we can organise a date
@r4isstatic Hi! Qs we're focussing on atm:http://t.co/hjdVmZs17K things we've heard so far:http://t.co/Hc4G3ZTMdS ask if u need more info
@jenthornton01 Jen-that would b amazing. We'll definitely support u anyway we can-do u want 2 have a chat on the phone?
@jenthornton01 our student forums are summarised here: http://t.co/vpjO4bTHq6
@jenthornton01 our face 2 face discussions are summarised here: http://t.co/H1zyZf5vnm
@jenthornton01 No it's not a discussion forum. We're working with @DelibThinks on a discussion space 1/2
@jenthornton01 ATM we've got Twitter, Facebook & LinkedIn. Our current forum is here: http://t.co/Jh2rUuyshM
Blog post from yesterday's @Pictfor event where Mr Speaker gave an update on the Commission: http://t.co/ExUT0eMPQa #digitaldemocracy
@jenthornton01 moving onto engagement questions v soon. Ill look at adding more info on website.
@jenthornton01 otherwise we're asking specific questions 4 each of our themes - on representation at the mo: http://t.co/hjdVmZs17K