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Reference Errors on 8 May
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Hi there. Thank you for trying to contribute to those articles on various PMs, but please be aware that I've undone the paintings you put into those infoboxes, and I'll explain why. 1) It is always been convention that, if a good-quality photo exists, photos priortise paintings wherever possible as regarding infoboxes. 2) Some of your rationale was that the paintings reflected how they looked in their late lives. Please be aware that, for a person who is deceased, we tend to have infoboxes photos which reflected the period of their greatest notability, rather than necessarily how they looked when they were older. Ergo, we prioritise images of when they were Prime Minister -- I hope this has clarified the situation to you, and hope it does not discourage you from further edits. Thanks for trying to help out. Redverton (talk) 04:17, 19 June 2014 (UTC)
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Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government
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Dutch parliamentary institutions
Hi there! You made some changes to five articles an hour ago and I am inclined to revert them. The institutions present themselves officially as House of Representatives and Senate in English and are not translated directly in official sources. Do you have sources that contest this? Also, if you want to change the naming, you ought to begin with the article name and start a move discussion as this is probably not an uncontested change (see here: Wikipedia:Moving a page).–Totie (talk) 17:03, 4 March 2016 (UTC)
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