Westminster Dog of the Year Winner

Alex Norris MP’s two dogs Boomer and Corona have been announced as co-winners of the Westminster Dog of the Year competition. The Labour MP for Nottingham North, although a newcomer to the Commons, is a veteran of the competition, having won the the paw-blic vote last year.

Andrew Mitchell came second with Scarlett, and Cheryl Gillan came third with Gooseberry, a rescue dog from Hungary.

Also in the running was newcomer Mike Amesbury’s uniquely named dog Corbyn.

 

Tracy Brabin’s “Jeremy Corbyn Fanatic” Rocky Wins Westminster Dog of the Year

It’s the pawlitical event of the year: the Westminster dog show! Meet Maria Miller’s adorable cockapoo Ted:

Nottingham North MP Alex Norris introduced Guido to Boomer and Corona:

We also met Redditch MP Rachel Mclean and Jack Russell/Staffy cross Phoebe (who doesn’t talk about politics):

Drama as Hull North MP Diana Johnson’s lurcher Lollie refuses a hurdle:

Batley and Spen MP Tracy Brabin told Guido Rocky is a “Jeremy Corbyn fanatic”:

Here he is tackling the jumps:

Labour infighting latest: face off between Tracy Brabin and Stephen Morgan’s pooches:

And the winner is… Tracy Brabin’s Rocky. But he won’t stay on the podium!

Tracy says she is “delirious with joy”:

The top dogs:

Good boys.

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