OXFORD West and Abingdon's Layla Moran has been nominated for MP of the Year.

The Liberal Democrat MP, who was elected in 2017, joins more than 100 other shortlisted members nominated by the public in the People's Choice Awards.

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Ms Moran, who won the People’s Choice Other Party MP of the Year award in 2018, said she was “delighted”.

From the shortlist, Judge's Awards are chosen by an independent panel and the public determines the other category in a vote.

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No other Oxfordshire MPs have made the shortlist.

Speaking after her nomination, Ms Moran said: “I’m delighted to be nominated for this award – it’s an absolute honour.

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"I love being the MP for my community – it’s a real privilege to be able to do this every day for the constituents of Oxford West and Abingdon.

“Thank you also to the Patchwork Foundation for all the work they do to promote engagement with under-represented, disadvantaged and minority communities.”

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Farmida Bi, Chair of Trustees for organisers the Patchwork Foundation, said: "The MP of the Year Awards shine a spotlight on those Members of Parliament who go above and beyond to advocate for under-represented communities.

"Each year more and more MPs are nominated making the job for the judges that much more difficult."

For the full shortlist, and to vote, visit https://bit.ly/2xSMkhu