Politicians spend more time looking on Facebook than any other website on the internet, new figures have revealed.
The social networking site was by far the most accessed by MPs, peers and staff, while in Parliament with a staggering 28.5 million hits in the past year.
Twitter, YouTube and the BBC website were among the rest of the top 10 most visited.
The browsing habits of the political elite in the past twelve months have emerged in a Freedom of Information request made by MailOnline.
MPs also revealed they are quite interested in watching themselves - Parliament's live web stream was the third most visited site with more than 12 million hits.
There are thousands of laptops and PCs available for workers in the Houses of Parliament to use at their leisure.
A similar FOI last month found that parliamentary workers had tried to access "adult" websites 309,316 times over the past year.
Almost 850 attempts to click on porn pages were blocked every day.
Insiders stressed many attempts could be down to pop-up videos and pictures that were not deliberately clicked.
The group's Matthew Sinclair said at the time: "These figures highlight the fact that many people working in Parliament are spending far too much time on websites that have nothing to do with their job."
A spokesman for the House of Commons told MailOnline that internet use is closely monitored to ensure it was used appropriately.
It was also pointed out that many websites 'auto-refresh' so there will not, for instance, have been 28.5million individual visits to Facebook.