Most Searched for Sexy MPs

A new study analysing UK Google search data claims to reveal the sexiest politicians in the UK. The analysis puts Home Sec Priti Patel ahead of any other MP with 3,800 monthly searches for terms: ‘Priti Patel sexy’ and ‘Priti Patel hot’. Guido brings you the rankings:

  1. Priti Patel
  2. Esther McVey
  3. Angela Rayner
  4. Theresa May
  5. Andrea Leadsom
  6. Liz Kendall
  7. Penny Mordaunt

You may be wondering where are the male politicians? Aside from just three politicians, the study found that there are zero monthly sexy search enquiries for male politicians in the UK. The top three are…

  • Dominic Raab
  • Jeremy Corbyn
  • Nigel Farage

Raab and Corbyn both achieve 110 sexy search queries per month, while Nigel Farage manages 30. For reference, ‘Kim Jong un sexy’ has a volume of 40 searches per month…

The analysts behind the study tell Guido they surprised to see no search volumes for Keir Starmer, Dishy Rishi, or former military men Dan Jarvis and Johnny Mercer. They, and newer MPs may have more luck with the return of a certain comparison website that Guido is told will be relaunching soon. MPs can email in their own photos if they don’t like their official Parliamentary portraits…

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Bonking Boffin’s Free Movement-Lover Complained Lockdown Was a Strain on her Marriage

Last night British politics got the lockdown scoop we’d all been hoping for, when the Telegraph revealed top government Coronavirus advisor Neil Ferguson had resigned after breaking the lockdown rules to secretly meet up with his married lover. The reaction ranged from outrage at his hypocrisy to surprise mutterings of the phrase ‘out of his league’…

The Telegraph exposé included details of Ferguson’s lover, Antonia Staats, who they described as a “left-wing campaigner”. In her role as ‘Senior Campaigner‘ at Avaaz, her two big pieces of work were on bee pesticides as well as a European Commission paper into Avian Flu. Her now-deleted Facebook profile was full of ardent pro-EU activism. It looks like she was a passionate campaigner for freedom of movement, with a special expertise in the birds and the bees…

Guido has now unearthed a podcast interview from the 31st March, in which Mrs Staats bemoans the lockdown due to the strain it was putting on her marriage to husband Chris, from having to “spend a lot more time and quite different time with each other all of a sudden”

Who can blame a boffin for wanting to spend time massaging their Staats…

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Lib Dems Whip Their Candidates into Shape

Following the resignation of their Canterbury candidate, the Lib Dems were swift to replace them with another to stand against Labour. They turned to local councillor Claire Malcomson…

Claire has had an interesting career, as an actor, singer and in local government, however as always with creative types, their past makes for interesting studying come election time.

Guido was particularly interested in Claire’s modelling and one very saucy advert for a gambling firm.

Should she win Guido presumes she’ll happily take the party whip…

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Former Playboy Model Enters Croatian Presidential Race

Former Playboy model Ava Karabatić has announced she is standing to be Croatia’s next president in the country’s January presidential election, in 97 days time. Her policy platform includes legalising marijuana, prostitution, and introducing sex education in schools…

In her announcement blog, Ava thanks her fans for sending in photoshopped images of her in governmental positions.

Enthusiasts for Croatian presidential politics can follow her official Instagram account here

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Get the Hottest Dress in Westminster

Sky’s Beth Rigby is reporting on today’s Queen’s Speech wearing the ‘Jungle Cat Pleated Dress’ from Whistles – the same dress that Carrie Symonds wore at Conservative Party Conference two weeks ago. You too can own October’s hottest dress in Westminster for just £179

Carrie attended today’s ceremony in a laurel wreath-style navy blue headband and dark dress, while Stanley Johnson sported a crisp white shirt and Tory blue tie similar to this Harvie and Hudson Navy Racehorses Woven Silk Tie (£50).

Get in touch with any more Westminster fashion spots at team@order-order.com

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Boon Scooting Off


Emma Boon, who has been SpAd-ing for Chris Grayling, is leaving the Department of Transport to go work for the electric scooter company Bird (fastest ever startup to become a ‘unicorn with a $2 billion valuation’ apparently). After over 3 years as a SpAd, the veteran of DEFRA and former campaign director for the Taxpayers’ Alliance is scooting off to Amsterdam. Her husband moved there in April for work so she’s been racking up the air miles. Spirited, last time Emma featured on here she rang up to complain that it wasn’t taggedTotty Watch“.

Guido also brings you a few updates of some other SpAd moves that we missed at the time. Sophie Dean is Esther McVey’s media SpAd, while Philip Hammond also has Steffan Ball and Tim Pitt working for him – Pitt was previously shared between Hammond and Liz Truss. Charlie Ogilvie, a man with a reputation for inter-departmental debriefing, is working for Claire Perry. Get in touch with any updates…

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