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.
Hansard reporters usually just have to worry about getting the words right, but not everything that happens in the House of Commons is spoken.
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.