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News outlets no longer break news: politicians, journalists and bloggers have jump-started the digital political communications revolution.

Even David ‘too many tweets makes a twat’ Cameron’s latest government reshuffle took place entirely on the government’s @number10gov account. Elsewhere commentators in the know provided round-the-clock updates, meaning the entire reshuffle could be tracked, analysed and digested from the moment rumours became fact.

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