Tag Archives: Atrium

Lull before the storm

Westminster is proving to be notably quiet in the period between the September sitting and the two Houses resuming next month.  The atrium in Portcullis House is less busy than during the main summer recess.  In part, this may be because … Continue reading

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Networking in the Palace

The Palace of Westminster is a maze of offices.  Over the years, more have been created.  Opposite my office, for example, is what I understand used to be Black Rod’s shower room: this tiny space now houses desks for two … Continue reading

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Less quiet in Westminster

I returned to Westminster yesterday afternoon, in part to attend a reception in the House last night (for Hull University alumni) and today to get on with some paperwork, in between marking dissertations that is.  It is notable how much … Continue reading

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