I can't think of a 'greatest'. I'm proud of some of the battles I've fought on behalf of my constituents on issues like aircraft noise, train services and policing.
Last movie I saw:
The new Lord of the Rings.
Chelsea - but don't tell the Manchester United players who live in my constituency!
MP I admire:
Although I don't agree with him on lots of things, I admire the way David Blunkett has overcome his blindness to become one of the most important and interesting politicians around today.
Were you interested in politics as a child?
Not really. I wanted to be a journalist when I was a teenager.
Job before becoming an MP?
I was a speech-writer.
Why does politics matter?
Politics matters because, in a democracy like ours, it is the way you have a say over the decisions that affect your life.
What one thing would you change tomorrow?
I would transform the schools system so that any child, wherever they were born and whatever their background, would have the chance to receive the very best education and all the opportunities in life that brings.
Thomas also asks: We need a new skatepark. We have been asking for areas to be improved for a long time. A lot of people would benefit from this because a lot of people like skate parks, but ours has been wrecked by older generations. Any views? I know that there is a problem with the skatepark. I have written to the local council to see what can be done to make it better, so that you and your friends have somewhere nice to play.