Opening up the procedures of Parliament
So far we've shown you what they say (speeches) not what they do (procedures). Believe it or not proceedings of Parliament take place within a highly structured system. The speeches don't always give the full picture of what's going on. So, to help provide some more context, we've now added "procedural text".
Procedural text is a standardised description of what's going on. Examples include: someone putting forward a motion, reading a bill, a debate ending, or someone leaving the chamber.
We hadn't included it in the past because we simply hadn't supported the translation of the information from the official source.
Also, we have a further incentive. It's also preparation for some very exciting new developments which we hope to announce soon!
Posted on 6 May 2009 at 18:15:00 by Kat | Link to this