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An impressive breadth of interdisciplinary research suggests that emotions have an influence on human behavior. Nonetheless, we still know very little about the emotional states of those actors whose daily decisions have a lasting impact on our societies: politicians in parliament. We address this question by making use of methods of natural language processing and a digitized corpus of text data spanning a century of parliamentary debates in the United Kingdom. We use this approach to examinedoi:10.1371/journal.pone.0168843 pmid:28006016 pmcid:PMC5179059 fatcat:cecbpghksbe6bbm3yb2wnotyqa