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@markking1974 @greentrac Well that is very much appreciated!
Our interactive research paper on general elections for @commonslibrary is live. Blog: http://t.co/NcfAutnwpn Try it: http://t.co/SfGct7ZlFC
Team Digiminster is very excited that our new divisions system is now in a dual running trial for @UKHouseofLords http://t.co/OruLFLg3ez
@natematias not sure I understand your question, could you elaborate?
Exciting new site going live tomorrow, watch this space for details...
#PMQs are available to review at http://t.co/pFGbSgSBI8
@stephen_abbott @MattStutely ooh yes, that's a very good idea will try to make some progress on it
Devolution debate full transcript can be found at http://t.co/csR7QSGiCy #devodebate
@HPGMiskin @imperialcollege Glad you found it interesting, it was good for us too!
Just about to talk to comp sci students at @imperialcollege about digiminster life and what we are trying to achieve #impcol
As recess ends we've got a new blog post! http://t.co/0TlA6N0avk
@stuey @WeAreNational thanks, will have a think and get back to you
@stuey @WeAreNational email address on our blog page
@stuey @WeAreNational let us know a bit more detail about what you'd like and will try to oblige eg could do votes by MP constituency areas