Is it merely a coincidence that the two most fanciable MPs have a reputation for greenness?
It is a truth universally acknowledged that really-really good looking people have an aura that allows them to get stuff done much more quickly than the rest of us ugly mugs.
While most of us spend months on end badgering Helen in accounts to pay out an invoice, the good-looking clan would in the same amount of time hit all their targets, flirted with the CEO until he gave them all of his secrets, and then talked a banker down from the roof with their sultry tones.
But don't let those feelings of injustice niggle away, just because you don't possess the perfectly symmetrical features that scientific research has classified as "smokin' hot".
Not today anyway, because the Sceptic Tank has discovered there may be another way to join the elite – just go green.
That seems to be the lesson from the annual, in no way inappropriate, poll of the most fanciable MPs in Westminster, which for the second year in a row has crowned Tory environmental campaigner Zac Goldsmith and Labour Shadow Climate Minister Luciana Berger as the hottest of our elected representatives. The Sceptic Tank is convinced it can't be a coincidence.
Now, Zac Goldsmith would be a fine looking man even if he was lobbying for tar sands extraction in the Chilterns, while Luciana Berger could still turn heads if a reshuffle left her promoting airports. But let's be honest, their environmental concerns and intelligent promotion of the green economy make them more attractive still, doesn't it? That and the cheekbones, obviously.
The rest of us can simply gawp on and hope that these two young MPs can use their genetic advantage to further raise the profile of the UK's green businesses. They are certainly a lot more photogenic than Lord Lawson.
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