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Updated Thursday, 29th January 2015

This major four-part series from inside the House Of Commons gives viewers unparalleled access to places where cameras are normally forbidden. 

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Benches inside the House of Commons Copyrighted  image Icon Copyright: BBC In this series, award-winning reporter Michael Cockerell travels deep inside the corridors of the Palace of Westminster revealing what really went on behind the scenes in the run up to the 2015 General Elections.

The cameras follow ministers and MPs as they seek to navigate the machinery of the House. We will also be introduced to the people who keep the Commons working from the keeper of Big Ben to the gospel-singing tea lady of the Members’ Tea Room.

Do you think the House of Commons needs to be dragged into the 21st century or are you happy with it as it is? Share your views in the comments below

Visit the BBC pages to find out even more and discover how to watch on iPlayer. See below for an episode guide... 

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