MP Tessa Munt a 'Pointless' answer on TV show
MP Tessa Munt has laughed off being called 'pointless' during
a national TV show.
featured in Thursday's episode of the BBC1 quiz show Pointless
where contestants were asked to name a female MP elected for the
first time in 2010.
the show has a twist since the players had to name someone that
none of 100 survey takers would have said.
Simon and Becky avoided the topic and instead opted for MPs first
elected in the 1970s and political parties with 100,000 votes
or more. They won £3,250.
can take heart she was not singled out as a pointless answer and
just had the fortune to appear on the game board. Only eight female
MPs scored points, leaving the rest pointless.
hearing about the TV show, Ms Munt laughed it off and said: "It's
a privilege and an honour."