Two chairs in Room 403 Star Chamber Court nerve centre of attempt at world domination. Note hidden persian cat.
I have spoken to the people who deal with permission for photography and am clarifying what can be photographed without a permit and what cannot on the parliamentary estate.
Somewhat miraculously I now have parliamentary note paper both in London and Birmingham and have an integrated casework system working again in London, Birmingham and ... on the train. All we need now (on the train) is toilets that work properly.
In London and Birmingham, however, I am still waiting for the Parliamentary Computers and printers. Luckily I managed to buy an inkjet printer at PC World in London and have an inkjet printer I bought in Birmingham a while ago.
Much that the office is quite small, Star Chamber court is a very good location for proximity both to the Chamber and Westminster Hall as well as the press gallery. I note that the journalist have been refused permission (again) to take their jackets off when in the reporters gallery.
Furthermore I managed to get The Birmingham Post before breakfast. There is a newsagent near my flat that sometimes gets today's paper today, but normally gets yesterday's paper today. I was getting The Post in the internal mail delivered to my office at about 3pm. However, by the trick of having it put with my pink ribbon (for the sword) I can pick it up on the way in.