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Comment from the floor: there's a potential risk of democratic deficit if some MPs communicate digitally and others don't #DDCVisits
Comment from the floor: MPs need to be behind any kind of #digitaldemocracy for it to work #DDCVisits
Comment from the floor: you have to take the 'P' for politics out to engage people #DDCVisits
Comment from the floor: #digitaldemocracy has potential to challenge the future of representative democracy #DDCVisits
@edridout that point was also made!
Comment from floor: #digital initiatives like #epetitions could potentially disengage if the world doesn't change after someone's signed one
Can we improve engagement with #parliament through #digital means? #DDCVisits
Comment from the floor: #digital first shouldn't be digital only #DDCvisits
Comment from the floor: what matters is that citizens can see an impact as a result of their engagement #DDCvisits
Comment from the floor: Most people using Facebook aren't using it for politics #DDCVisits
starting session with #parliament studies lecturers 2 find out what they think about #digitaldemocracy #DDCVisits http://t.co/iAPqD2Sesb
@cholten99 @UKParliament sorry David, yes here: http://t.co/U1l5G4lkvt not on parliament TV as not an official committee
Have ur say on our new theme-representation: http://t.co/hjdVmZs17K U have until 31 July! #getinvolved #digitaldemocracy #DDCRepresentation
How can #technology help #Parliament scrutinise #Government? Deadline 4 views on scrutiny theme 30 June http://t.co/5ohFCjF4GC #getinvolved
Should #technology b used 2 feed people's views into #law making? Deadline 4 this theme is 30 June http://t.co/KkE0qZaZoa #getinvolved