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You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser. the free public service that makes it easy to connect the public with MPs using Twitter, has today announced the release of a Search feature that will allow people to historically search within all MP, PPC, Party, Government and Parliament posts made on Twitter., the service that promotes better communications between voters and Members of Parliament, has today released a new feature that will allow people to search through all posts made by Members of Parliament, Prospective Parliamentary Candidates, parties, Government and Parliament to Twitter.

For example people will be able to search “Economy” and find all the posts made by Members of Parliament that include the term economy. Search results can also be filtered by MP and by party.

TweetMinster represents a simple way of using the Internet to make politicians more accountable and give the British public a chance to make their opinions count in decisions that shape political life in the UK.

The service makes it easy for the public to find and talk to MPs using Twitter, a service for friends, family, and co–workers to communicate and stay connected through the exchange of quick, frequent answers to one simple question: What are you doing? is rapidly exploding as the latest Internet phenomenon counting millions of users in the UK, including global celebrities such as Britney Spears, Shaquille O’Neill, Barack Obama Jonathan Ross and Stephen Fry.

Twitter enables real-time conversations between members of parliament and voters.
TweetMinster allows constituents to connect with their MPs, filter posts by activity, party and constituency and streams all the latest posts made by MPs, PPCs, Government, major parties and Parliament on Twitter. The service also allows constituents to email their MPs and invite them to use Twitter.

Ultimately TweetMinster promotes better political communications and greater transparency and openness within UK politics.

Alberto Nardelli, Co-founder of TweetMinster said: “We’re really excited by to be launching search on Tweetminster, as it will allow people to easily find any comment that a Member of Parliament made on an issue that they’re interested in, which ultimately makes politics more open, transparent and accountable.”

Andrew Walker, Co-Founder of TweetMinster said: “There is now representation on Twitter of all the major parties, with 18 MPs and more than 20 PPCs updating their personal profiles regularly, meaning there are a wealth of Tweets to read back through that may be of interest, thanks to the search function.”

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For further information, please contact Rich Leigh, 10 Yetis Public Relations Agency on 01452 348 211, or on Twitter @RichLeighSmith



TweetMinster is a public service that makes it easier to connect the public with politics using Twitter. TweetMinster allows tracking of UK politics in real time, and to find and follow Members of Parliament (or invite them to use Twitter if they're not already doing so) and Prospective Parliamentary Candidates.
By encouraging participation and through open conversations, TweetMinster promotes better and more transparent communication between voters and elected representatives.

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