Everyone seems to be holding political awards ceremonies nowadays. Channel 4, The House Magazine, the PSA, The Spectator - and now the Worricker Programme on Five Live is getting in on the act. I recorded a piece for them on Sunday (to be played out next Sunday) giving my nominations for their various categories. Here are my choices...
One to watch? James Brokenshire
Which MP is most credible? Ann Widdecombe
And who's your political hero? Ronald Reagan (too many others had nominated Lady T!)
Which is the sexiest male and the sexiest female MP? Angus MacNeill and Jo Swinson
Which is the most stylish? Alan Duncan
Which MP is most likely to jump on a bandwagon? John Reid, or the 64 LibDem MPs
Which MP is the most rebellious? Bob Marshall-Andrews
Most gaffe-prone MP? Lembit Opik
You can make you own nominations and vote HERE.
Adam Boulton has created his own list of Top Ten MP Totty HERE. Guido's comment on Boulton's post is: "This is another small step forward in the Guidoisation of democracy. When the chairman of the Lobby starts doing totty-watch pieces to camera, victory will be total... "
So, should I jump on the bandwagon and compile my own list of MP Totty? The short answer to that question is a loud No.