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The Argus: MPs urged to use Twitter

The Argus: MPs urged to use Twitter

The Argus, newspaper for Brighton and Hove Albion, have covered Parliament Street’s research paper, @Parliament: the failure of MPs to connect on Twitter: MPs urged to use Twitter MPs need to brush up on their Twitter skills to build stronger connections with their constituents. That’s according to think tank Parliament Street which has produced a new report urging MPs to […]

by · 23rd October 2012 · Press Room
The Marketing Blog covers our research into MPs Twitter use

The Marketing Blog covers our research into MPs Twitter use

The Marketing Blog has done an extensive piece into our new research paper, @Parliament: the failure of MPs to connect on Twitter: Leading politicians, including Tessa Jowell, tweet 40 times per day on average Report urges out of touch MPs to brush up on Twitter skills Research from UK think tank Parliament Street urges elected representatives to be smarter on social […]

by · 10th October 2012 · Press Room
Computer Business Review – MPs told to brush up on Twitter skills report

Computer Business Review – MPs told to brush up on Twitter skills report

5th October 2012 Further coverage of our research report on Twitter use by MPs, this time in Computer Business Review. Steven George-Hilley, our Director of Technology and Enterprise told the publication: “Whilst it’s clear that certain MPs are maximising social media channels to engage with voters, many still have a long way to go before they achieve the status of […]

by · 5th October 2012 · Press Room