Key topics of discussion were hate on the internet, the HE sector, football and behaviour of candidates and third parties at election time. International concerns were also covered.
A large number of MPs were involved whom we thank for their contributions – they were as follows:
John Mann (Bassetlaw, Lab), Louise Ellman (Liverpool Riverside, Lab), Neil Carmichael (Stroud, Con), Tom Brake (Carshalton & Wallington, LD), Ian Paisley (North Antrim, DUP), Robert Halfon (Harlow, Con), David Burrowes (Enfield, Southgate, Con), Luciana Berger (Liverpool Wavertree, Lab), Denis MacShane (Rotherham, Lab), Lee Scott (Enfield North, Con), Nigel Dodds (Belfast North DUP), Sir Alan Beith (Berwick-upon-Tweed, LD), Tom Watson (West Bromwich East, Lab), Bob Blackman (Harrow East, Con), Matthew Offord (Hendon, Con), Opposition spokesperson Alison Seabeck (Plymouth, Moor View, Lab), The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for CLG (Andrew Stunell, Hazel Grove, LD), Mike Freer (Finchley and Golders Green, Con)
MPs that turned up to the debate but were not called included:
Stephen Twigg (Liverpool, West Derby, Lab), Sir George Young (North West Hampshire, Con)
In addition MPs voiced support via twitter and other forums including:
Stephen Baker (Wycombe, Con), Nick Boles (Grantham and Stamford, Con), Margaret Hodge (Barking & Dagenham, Lab), Eric Ollerenshaw (Lancaster & Fleetwood, Con), Michael Dugher (Barnsley East, Lab), Gemma Doyle (West Dunbartonshire, Lab), John Woodcock (Barrow & Furness, Lab), Kerry McCarthy (Bristol East, Lab), Andrew Gwynne (Denton & Reddish, Lab), Vernon Coaker (Gedling, Lab) and the Foreign Secretary William Hague (Richmond, Con) and Bridget Phillipson (Houghton & Sunderland South, Lab)