The nation’s politicians put their photographic skills to the test, with five politicians – three MPs and two Lords – named winners of the Jessops All-Party Parliamentary Photographic Competition
Open to all MPs and Peers, 450 images were entered into the challenge to find the smartest snappers within Westminster.
Politicians battling it out to become the next Prime Minister of Pictures in the keenly contested Photography Competition were named as Peter Luff, Tim Loughton and Nick Raynsford, while Lord Allenby and Lord Crathorne struck gold for the House of Lords.
Peers were represented by, among others, former Chancellor of the Exchequer Lord Healey and former NATO secretary general Lord Robertson who had six photos selected for the exhibition. Continue reading