We've mapped the Twitter network of connections for MPs who served in the 2015-17 Parliament
Twitter allows MPs to follow each other and this creates a network of connections among those at Westminster.
Using Twitter data we have visualised this network for every MP who served in the 2015-17 Parliament.
We find that the relative positions of some MPs resemble historic ties between parties. Labour is found to have a relatively stronger presence on Twitter than the Conservatives.
Large regional differences are revealed in how MPs engage with Twitter. And we discuss how the network might change following next week's general election.