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Full transcript with video links (windows only) to yesterday's #DRIP debate in the Lords http://t.co/VseyMZAg3G
#DRIP moves to the Lords today. Follow the debate here http://t.co/VseyMZAg3G
Five votes on #DRIP yesterday, you can review them and how your MP voted here http://t.co/VVC4ORAeRF
Yesterday's #DRIP debate now linked up with video feed http://t.co/sPUl1LXahM @HouseofCommons will tweet lords today when it starts
@LouiseBrown @dominiccampbell there were 5 votes. Full debate is here, gives some context http://t.co/sPUl1LXahM
@thomascaygill thank you! Will keep working on it!
@thomascaygill Delay is as they go through Hansard editorial processes, crucial for debate accuracy but would be good to break out divisions
@timpmbarnes @halfon4harlowMP Thanks. Always happy to have a chat about how we can evolve our work to better meet user needs too!
@DomLivens Right. With tomorrow's release you'll be so dumbstruck you'll forget how to use a keyboard!
@DomLivens now I know you won't retweet us sir so don't tease.
@HouseofCommons Full breakdown can be seen here http://t.co/9AKg0C5KJj
See how MPs are voting on #DRIP http://t.co/VVC4ORAeRF
Follow #DRIP debate http://t.co/sPUl1LXahM
@DArcyTiP thought you might be interested in #drip debate via our new interface http://t.co/sPUl1LXahM video will link in after house rises
A busy day in the chambers of both houses today, find out what's been going on http://t.co/bVVnqK7Db1 http://t.co/aNL8qGunKQ #openparl