Sandra Gidley: sofa, so good?

Old school, analogue politics demanded that constituents turn up to their MPs’ offices for surgeries if they were seeking their Parliamentarian’s help. Then came street surgeries, when elected representatives turned up their residents’ doorsteps to solicit casework.

But Lib Dem Romsey MP Sandra Gidley has taken mobile surgery to a whole new level of comfort:

The Sofa will be travelling around the Romsey and Southampton North constituency with Sandra Gidley MP. Come to one of Sandra’s Sofa Surgeries, Sit on the Sofa with Sandra, and sign the I’ve Sat on Sandra’s Sofa visitor book.

Sandra’s sofa even has a website: click here for the latest sofa action.

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One Comment

  • Andrew Suffield 31st Aug '09 - 3:10pm

    Cute, but I think the visitor book was taking it too far. Probably just a one-season wonder, though.

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