Funny how when people cite stats from theyworkforyou in their comments, they never cite these ones:
Has spoken in 43 debates in the last year — well above average amongst MPs.
Has received answers to 64 written questions in the last year — above average amongst MPs.
Has voted in 88% of votes in parliament — well above average amongst MPs.
The above average for written questions is probably about right. The well above averages are usually opposition frontbenchers, whose researchers spend all their time trying to dig up info on the Government, or are bordering on the obsessive. Norman Baker is on 784 written questions as we go to press... that's a lot of public money, some validly spent, some not so.
This question, about Martin Salter and his (disappointing) support for shooting, yields a slightly bizarre response. (Try clicking on 'the charter'. I think we will all be relieved to hear that it's not an official government document.)