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We deliver a single, accessible source of information on Government and legislative affairs.

Most resources available on legislative and political affairs are distributed across numerous and un-integrated websites.

Information is available on petitions, legislation, debates, tweets, APPGs, publications and consultations. However, none of these sources are linked, in order to obtain a comprehensive view of the activities of an MP, you would have to visit each resource individually.

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