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Event in #Manchester Friday 29 May Britain Votes 2015: Reflections on the #GeneralElection https://t.co/CqInf9SxQ1
See our Commissioner and now Cabinet Minister @halfon4harlowMP's blog http://t.co/rA0278AAqr on @digidemocracyuk and Estonia's digital govt
@cholten99 yes please!!
@cholten99 hello here you go http://t.co/ZpTJq8yiZU but please be in touch if anything else
@cholten99 yes we are! Our evidence page on the website contains the list of research we collated but email us for anything else
Happy #GeneralElection Day #GE2015 #IVoted #democracy
Citizen’s Guide http://t.co/QiU5T2YkaV on the #generalelection by @DemSoc #GE2015
How to teach ... Magna Carta http://t.co/Xq2jXGsEfy @guardian
Digital democracy: will 2015 be the last paper-based general election? - via @Telegraph http://t.co/IJo7Mvsmzl
A list of Voter Advice Applications – AKA ‘who should I vote for?’ tools – for the UK General Election @mySociety http://t.co/mKtGTeVRsm
@nrstirzaker @hubmum yes it's a fantastic tool for the #GE2015 #generalelection well done @AskVerto
@TdoorRocks thank you very much. That is very kind
Last day to register if you want to #vote in the #generalelection! Register online now #GE2015 http://t.co/J5O049BK9Z
The #digitaldemocracy Commissioners are meeting the new Director of the Parliamentary Digital Service today, Mr Rob Greig to discuss the DDC
@TheDay_News thank you very much. Your infographic about voting day is great!