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Parliament was initially reluctant for its debates to be made public.
Parliament takes control of recording its own proceedings.
Formal recognition of the presence of newspaper reporters in Parliament was slow.
By the 20th century traditional newspaper coverage of debates in Parliament was giving way to lobby journalism.
Even in the 20th century there was often tension between journalists and Parliament.
Broadcasting Parliament was discussed in the 1920s but took half a century to become a reality.
The House of Lords led the way by televising its proceedings from 1985.
In 1989 the Commons joined the Lords in allowing television cameras to film its proceedings.
Parliament joins the internet age with its own website