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?