Government ministers Tom Watson and David Lammy are among MPs who have signed up to a portal of parliamentarians' Twitter feeds Tweetminster was launched on 18 December 2008, with four MPs: Cabinet Office minister Watson, the Labour MP Andy Reed, Grant Shapps of the Conservative Party and Liberal Democrat Jo Swinson, who …
Presumably this won't be extended to the Lords
as there are enough upper-class twits there already
Is it just me who sees the word "Tweet" as part of anything to do with twitter and subconsciously changes it to "Twat"?
Shouldn't that be TWATminister?
Allow voters to express their views?
What great news for democracy. I have thousands of bot-twats set up and ready to flood the intertubes at the click of a mouse.
I'm too old.
"much of the discussion concerned Twitpanto – a pantomime to be held through Twitter, in which Tom Watson was due to play a role"
...and I'm not even 30 yet.
on the seventh day of christmas
my true love gave to me....
Seven Mps a-twittering...
up to you lot to fill in the others...
a typical mp twitter feed..
currently taking 3 months off for Christmas..
voting myself a pay raise
claiming my expenses
having it away with my secretary
denying everything but of course i voted for it in secret
i got it...
7 mps a-twittering
6 assistants a-laying
5 holidays a year
4 calling my publicist
3 french vineyards
2 public disgraces
and a pay raise when we want it