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Read (and watch from tomorrow) Home Secretary's statement and debate on alleged child abuse evidence cover up http://t.co/06vyWuYh71
@HouseofCommons debates allegations of corruption at #Fifa http://t.co/2uB2qkf0FH
Video, visualisations and erm, a very good read? http://t.co/YMX3aLqtxq http://t.co/Ns8E99GTIU cc @MattStutely
@DomLivens @dasbarrett some pretty cool visualisations on the way too, one day our dream of a @UKParliament RT will come true...
Coming v.soon - our debate stream linked into http://t.co/sak5c4XrAF, watch the debate, read it, or both! http://t.co/8dEdXTQ8t1
@benwoodhams @TheyWorkForYou @20000streets @stephen_abbott will update as per rolling, soon will take daily and corrections
@benwoodhams @TheyWorkForYou @20000streets @stephen_abbott and a fair few mentions of flu over the past year too... http://t.co/RbBEvH9dKi
@benwoodhams @TheyWorkForYou @20000streets @stephen_abbott Here's that contribution digiminster style... http://t.co/xOPMjcnMf0
Check out today's #PMQs via our IM style feed http://t.co/0NYe8uZN22
IM style debate transcripts updated throughout the day, blog http://t.co/BxkiwrtvXg or just try it http://t.co/bVVnqK7Db1 cc @MattStutely
@miss_mcinerney @stephen_abbott @DArcyTiP try again, little server blip...
We use @SQLServer to index member contributions. This is how this pretty cool tech works http://t.co/wDaQsHlovL http://t.co/kO93BYRvRM
Keep track on the passport debate http://t.co/yxmyXoeIVB
Today's #pmqs via our new portal http://t.co/Dl99HKZQRq
How did your MP vote on the mandatory jail term for second knife carrying offence? http://t.co/r5zdsdRPiD