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Scoop Interactive: MPs, Picture Yourself On Scoop



Isn’t technology an amazing thing…

Attention all MPs, their advisors and media minders…

Have you seen a picture of yourself, or your MP, in one of the Scoop digital panorama photographs from the house, from Scoop house photographer Mark Graham yet? (See links below..)

About The House Photographs: Government

About The House Photographs: Opposition

If so Scoop would be delighted to publish a close-up from the image. To do so however we will need permission from the MP concerned (unless they are standing...)

Please send requests for photographic closeup images to be published to…

Requests for pictures of seated MPs will only be accepted from MPs or their delegated representatives. Scoop will publish on a first request first published basis.

In order to retain an element of surprise, MPs their advisers et. al. will not be allowed to first vet their images in close up before they are published.

For the sake of inclusiveness, people other than MPs who wish to have an MPs image enlarged should send their requests directly to the MP concerned. Most MPs can be reached at

About The House Photographs: Government
About The House Photographs: Opposition

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