PoliticsHome

The most viewed and valued specialist online political news source in Parliament

The home of digital public affairs - PoliticsHome – is the most viewed and valued specialist online news source in Parliament. The value of PoliticsHome rests in the speed and quality of its coverage and the unrivalled connections you can make through the website. Renowned as a source of the latest political thinking, we are the most read specialist political news source in Parliament.

According to a ComRes survey, conducted during February to April 2017 on behalf of Dods, more MPs visit PoliticsHome than the Huffington Post, Financial Times or New Statesman websites.

Anyone who wants to know what’s happening in UK politics turns to PoliticsHome. We not only reach the people who matter in British politics, but we engage them. Fast, impartial and respected, we deliver up-to-the-minute news and breaking stories through a range of channels, including our hugely popular daily bulletins, providing key political information and insight. This makes us an indispensable information source for the most influential people in UK politics - MPs, peers, senior civil servants and Westminster journalists.

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Are you looking to engage with parliamentarians? Make it happen with a PoliticsHome membership package. You can also download the PoliticsHome Media Pack 2017 here.

Our unique service provides you with the ability to engage policymakers and raise your profile in the UK parliament. Working with a dedicated team of consultants, you can ensure your voice is heard in key policy debates via same-day response pieces, liveblogs, opinion articles and interviews with your experts or key spokespeople. We also work with you to promote your events and any research reports relevant to policymakers.

All member content is featured alongside MP and Peer articles in our Central Lobby forum where policymakers, experts and parliamentarians exchange ideas and raise awareness of the important issues in politics.

Or register on PoliticsHome for free, to receive its must-read morning Breakfast Bulletin, the email of choice received by all MPs and Peers to set their daily agenda.

For more information, contact our customer services team. You can also follow @PoliticsHome and @CentralLobby for regular updates. 

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