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@beatricecavi Hi Beatrice - it's online now: http://t.co/eWg99EFfMg
@MaxumusRilius thanks for ur comments-would b great if u could answer our questions on representation in Parliament: http://t.co/hjdVmZs17K
@MaxumusRilius Hi Paul @38_degrees said some do personalise letters-general consensus seems 2 b no-one likes a standard letter.
@2FCPlay thanks for coming!
@rickedwards1 no problem - thanks brilliant thanks Rick!
@rickedwards1 Hi Rick, did you get my email about organising a chat?
More video & pictures are important for engaging with young people says @femioyeniran #DDCEngage
Mr Speaker had to leave but discussion is continuing! @femioyeniran asking how parliament can show its relevance to young ppl #DDCEngage
.@helenmilner brings in views from Chesterfield discussion event on how parliament engages with ppl #DDCEngage http://t.co/uXCi6lxrOq
Discussion turns to direct democracy following question from audience http://t.co/zp3vQWG3Pj #DDCEngage
Correction! 3rd Chamber not 4th #DDCEngage
.@estrangeirada asks how parliament can continue 2 improve how it works with schools 2 improve engagement #DDCEngage @UKParlEducation
.@estrangeirada asked how can parliament continue 2 improve it's with schools
Question via twitter for @jimpknight - how would members of the public chamber be selected? http://t.co/zp3vQWG3Pj #DDCEngage
.@jimpknight discussing his idea of a 4th Chamber for members of the public http://t.co/zp3vQWG3Pj #DDCEngage