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Tours of Parliament - is this something new?

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I thought you had to be a UK citizen to get a guided tour of Parliament (not just the visit to listen to speeches) but now I've seen references sprinkled across Fodors. £16.50

http://www.parliament.uk/visiting/visiting-and-tours/tours-of-parliament/guided-tours-of-parliament/

This is very good news for my next visit (not yet planned), and perhaps for other Anglophiles as well.

And if this is old news, I apologetically say "never mind..."

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