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July 31 2011


Members of Parliament spend 1,000 hours a year on Twitter, are either "lurkers" or "obsessives"

Telegraph :: They send messages about cats, squidgy cake and Take That. And sometimes about politics. MPs are spending almost 1,000 hours a year on Twitter, the social networking site, according to research. The number of MPs tweeting has more than doubled from 111 in January last year to 275 today, and is expected to go on rising as more politicians sign up. Keen tweeters include Nick Clegg, the Deputy Prime Minister and Ed Miliband, the Labour leader. But David Cameron, the Prime Minister is famously anti-Twitter.

Continue to read David Harrison, www.telegraph.co.uk

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