I have previously written about the decline in the volume of letters received in the Palace of Westminster. At the beginning of each year, I put down a question to find out how many items of correspondence were received in the Palace in the preceding year. I have now received the figure for 2012. The figures for 2005 onwards are (with the percentage going to the Lords in parenthesis): […]
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