MEMBERS of parliament have been ranked by how good they are to their constituents.

Though parliament has dissolved for the general election, the previous cohort of MPs have been ranked by how open and responsive they have been with people in their areas.

Oxford's parliamentarians have ranked high in the scoring on's people-power index.

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Oxford East MP Anneliese Dodds (Labour) was ranked as the 18th-best MP in the rankings, while Layla Moran (Lib Dem) for Oxford West and Abingdon was ranked 113th.

Oxfordshire's other MPs ranked as follows:

  • John Howell, Conservative for Henley: 298
  • Robert Courts, Conservative for Witney: 353
  • Victoria Prentis, Conservative for Banbury: 588
  • Ed Vaizey, Conservative for Wantage and Didcot: 638

All of the 650 MPs in the previous parliament have been ranked in order of their availability to constituents in the index. said the the People-Power Index 'should be viewed as a health check of how Parliament is working and how our MPs are listening to, and engaging with, their constituents.'

See the ranking at