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@LouiseVThompson @estrangeirada of course this is still via the lobbies but a move in the right direction
@LouiseVThompson @estrangeirada the lords will beat them to it I reckon http://t.co/Dd8kkPejQn
@philipjcowley it's been hiding there for 18 months.. Do let me know if there is anything that could be improved
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@dasbarrett yep, portcullis is far too analog, a forcefield is far more appropriate nowadays, but this will have to do instead...
3 fun filled whiteboard sessions on one grey afternoon. Now we get building!
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