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28 Jul 2017
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Thank you for your interest in joining the Hansard Society.

The Society is currently accepting interns only through academic programmes with work placement components, primarily via the Centre for Legislative Studies at the University of Hull. If this changes, information will be advertised on this page, on social media and via our e-newsletter, and on websites such as jobs.ac.uk / www.w4mpjobs.org.

As we are a small team we are currently unable to provide work experience placements outside such programmes.

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25 Apr 2022
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