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Chart the frequency of words and phrases in UK Parliament debates

Parli-n-grams is a personal project that I originally developed for the 2014 "Accountability Hack" at the National Audit Office. Since then, I've made it a self-updating website, and has been in the media, including a prime time presence at “Peston on Sunday” on ITV, where Politics Editor Robert Peston used it to show how references to Russia in the UK Parliament were picking up pace.

Russia on the agenda again? We track the mentions of Russia and the USSR in the House of Commons throughout history with the help of #GeekOfTheWeek @puntofisso #Peston [[](](

— Peston (@itvpeston) March 11, 2018

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Founded: 2014
Last Modified: 10/22/2023
Added on: 6/22/2021

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