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This involved styling the widget Tweetminster already make available so that it fitted with the look of our new redesign, and specifying what Twitter feeds it would use. We wanted the widget to be ‘Parliament on Twitter’ – so it uses our own @ukparliament feed, any MPs or Peers that use Twitter (are there any Peers using Twitter yet?), but no parliamentary candidates, government departments or political parties.
The hope is that using this widget will further promote how Parliament and its Members are trying to engage with social media tools and with the public. During recess it should also give an insight into the work of MPs in their constituencies. Although, we have included a disclaimer because the Web Centre team is responsible only for the content of @ukparliament updates, not those from Members…
WordPress.com doesn’t like iFrames so below is just a screengrab, to see it working go to our new Get Involved page.