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3 Responses to “What Will MP’s Do With Their Blogs and Websites During a General Election”

  1. David on February 12th, 2009 10:51

    A good point…but I doubt most will continue blogging after they lose their seats. It would be interesting to see if there is a relationship between their use of ‘mp’ and their majority.

  2. Kerron Cross on February 13th, 2009 13:10

    From experience, I think you will find that MPs will either take down their website or, as in most cases (including with at least one you mention above), they will transfer to a blog that doesn’t have the “MP” title in it and keep the other one in stasis for after the election.

    There are usually plenty of briefings about what you can and can’t do as an incumbent MP during an election set up by Parliament before the election is called.

  3. Andrew Tattersall on February 13th, 2009 16:58

    Also to be taken into consideration is whether any funding for the site comes from the communication allowance or other Parliamentary funding.

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