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The Supreme Court joins Twitter

CONNECTED: The Supreme Court joins Twitter

THE HIGHEST Court in the UK has set up an official account on Twitter.

The Supreme Court, which has allowed tweeting from its courtrooms since February 2011, is now expected to use the account to send messages on the microblogging site to keep people 'updated on the court's work'.

Followers will now also be able to get information on the outcome of judgments, as well as other selected news.

In a statement the move was described by court officials as showing 'commitment to making its proceedings as accessible as possible'.

The Court's username on the website is @UKSupremeCourt.

The court's full policy on its use of Twitter is available at www.supremecourt.gov.uk/twitter-policy.html.

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