It comes as absolutely no surprise to discover that the Palace of Westminster's Web site is an officious, unfriendly and unattractive place to visit.
The site, to be officially launched this Thursday, has one measly little picture (of the House of Commons), and is hideously text-heavy and badly designed.
There is precious little to attract the casual surfer - click on the 'visit the gallery' button and there's reams of tedious information about opening times and not a single work of art in sight.
Similarly, the list of MPs is just that - a list of names. There are numerous links to the now-privatised HMSO home page which has a rather shocking green background but is otherwise of little interest. No wonder people are disillusioned with politics.
See for yourself at http://www.parliament.uk.
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