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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 …

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Presumably this won't be extended to the Lords

as there are enough upper-class twits there already

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"Tweet"

Is it just me who sees the word "Tweet" as part of anything to do with twitter and subconsciously changes it to "Twat"?

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Typo

Shouldn't that be TWATminister?

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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.

Happy Christmas

Gerry Mander

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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.

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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...

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Coat

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

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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

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