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Timestamping politicians

Timestamping Politicians

Scaring MPs with whatthe internet can do

Matthew Somerville



(Fort Clonque, Alderney, Channel Islands)

BBC Parliament(Freston Tower, Suffolk)

What if
What if…?

BBC Parliament video


TheyWorkForYou text


in the word of Mark Norman Francis…


(view of Snowdonia, climbing Pyg Track)


(Overlooking Hope Valley, Edale)

Parliamentary video question
Parliamentary Video – question

“There are many ways in which new technology can help Parliament better to connect with the public, as highlighted by my own campaign to allow parliamentary video clips to be shown on YouTube and other websites […]”

— Jo Swinson MP, Hansard column 845, 8th May 2008http://www.theyworkforyou.com/debate/?id=2008-05-08a.845.0

Parliamentary video answer
Parliamentary Video – answer

“I am not sure whether the hon. Lady is aware that television proceedings and subsequent use on Members’ websites are undertaken subject to a licence issued by the Speaker. The licence stipulates that material must not be hosted on a searchable website and must not be downloadable. The reason for that is to ensure that it is not re-edited or reused inappropriately for campaigning or satirical purposes.”

— Helen Goodman MP, Hansard column 845, 8th May 2008http://www.theyworkforyou.com/debate/?id=2008-05-08a.845.1


(Coop House, Longtown)

Solution & Demo

(Lengthman’s Cottage)

Matthew Somerville

[email protected]