Was Theresa May shopping for shoes in the Commons chamber?

Everyone knows about Theresa May’s love of footwear, but has she been breaking Commons rules?

MPs are only allowed to read material related to the debate in the Commons chamber — which means no newspapers or magazines.

So what was someone doing with a catalogue for, erm, Ugg Boots on the Tory benches yesterday?

Scrapbook doubts it can be Bob Neill’s, who was wrapping up the adjournment debate. But surely it’s not a coincidence that Theresa May was in the chamber for Home Office Questions earlier in the day. 

Was the magazine handily placed for a PPS on the second bench to pass it to Theresa during a quiet moment?

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