Get involved: House of Lords social media

Find out where you can get involved with the online conversation around the work of the House of Lords.

Twitter

You can follow the House of Lords on Twitter at @ukhouseoflords. Staff tweet throughout the day, keeping you up to date with question time, news from the chamber, the latest committee work and other activity from around the House.

You can also engage with the work of the Lords through our specialist Twitter accounts:

Hashtags

Key Twitter hashtags to use around Lords business:

Lords committee hashtags for 2016/17:

Lords committee hashtags for 2015/16:

  • Committee on National Policy for the Built Environment: #HLBuiltEnv
  • Communications Committee investigation into the BBC Charter Renewal: #HLBBC
  • Equality Act 2010 and Disability Committee: #HLDisabilityCom
  • Sexual Violence in Conflict Committee: #HLSVCmttee
  • Social Mobility Committee: #HLSMC

Facebook

The House of Lords Facebook page highlights activity from across the Lords, including the latest business, events, and the work and history of the Lords. 

Read our online discussion rules to find out more about how we moderate Facebook.  

Lords Digital Chamber

Connect with members of the Lords on the Lords Digital Chamber - a website featuring social media feeds from peers and political groups.

Follow the Lords on...

Twitter Twitter – find out what's happening in the House of Lords

flickrFlickr – view pictures from the House of Lords

YouTubeYouTube – watch films explaining the work of the House of Lords

FacebookFacebook – like the House of Lords on Facebook

LinkedinLinkedin – follow the House of Lords on Linkedin