A team of Hansard staff have been involved in an exciting project to chronicle the stories of women elected to Parliament in the twentieth century.
On the morning after election night, Hansard reporters get down to the task of learning all the new faces. It's a big job, but getting to see new MPs in the flesh before we start reporting their speeches certainly helps.
There can be few people in the UK who get quite as excited about election night as Hansard reporters, but some staff will be paying closer attention to the results than most, as they work through the night in preparation for an influx of new MPs.
Sally Freestone, Deputy Director Parliamentary Broadcasting, explains how the Parliamentary Broadcasting Unit is working to make proceedings more accessible.
As summer draws to a close, find out what Hansard staff get up to during the parliamentary recess.
Academics at the University of Huddersfield have embarked on a project using Hansard's content. One lucky Hansard reporter attended the team's end-user meeting in London to find out more.
Greg Howard, loans manager of the House of Commons Library, explains why he believes Hansard to be the object held by the Library that most embodies civilised democratic values.
Phil Beeson, user engagement officer in the Parliamentary Digital Service, shares his experience of shadowing the Hansard team.
Hansard started blogging on the Parliamentary Digital Service blog in June 2017. This post explains why we decided to blog and what we hope you'll get from our posts.