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This week, Gloria De Piero, the shadow minister for young people and voter registration and MP for Ashfield selects 29 products under £29.99.
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I love putting brightly coloured bedding plants like these cyclamen in my garden (£3.50 for 2, plantsforshade.co.uk).
Chardonnay is my drink of choice. My husband bought a bottle for £20 but this Aldi version is better (£5.79, aldi.co.uk).
I was crying within seconds of watching Pride. It’s a film with an important message (£5.99, amazon.co.uk).
Zara has really good buyers and I love this dress; I don’t care if it’s real or pleather! (£29.99, zara.com)
My next-door neighbour when I was growing up swore by Yorkshire Tea. And now I do too (£2, sainsburys.co.uk).
This Rimmel lip gloss stays on for hours, yet I can’t help but constantly reapply it (£3, asos.com).
I love a good hat. This Cos one is a lovely colour and would keep me warm walking to work (£25, cosstores.com).
I’ve got Hockney prints in my house – not originals. I love that he’s a talented superstar from Bradford (£20, shop.tate.org.uk).
I used to think scented candles were the least thoughtful gift but I’ve had a change of heart (£3.50, muji.com).
Get the boot
New Look boots are brilliant; every year I buy at least one pair – sometimes more (£29.99, newlook.com).
I think I was the only one in Torremolinos reading this book about the Labour Party (£12.99, waterstones.com).
Budget foundations have come a long way in recent years. Maybelline Dream Matte Mousse is great (£7.69, boots.com).
I don’t like proper coffee, it’s too bitter. I want a smooth coffee: Douwe Egberts is my favourite (£4, tesco.com).
There’s nothing like being full of pasta. But you can’t have it on a plate. It doesn’t work (available in green, £5.60, whittard.co.uk).
Max Factor Masterpiece Transform is the one product that makes a difference to my lashes (£9.99, superdrug.com).
This calendar supports Rethink, a brilliant charity that helps people to speak out about mental illness (£5, rethink.org).
Pump it up
My fine hair goes flat when I wash it. Batiste gives me volume and three wash-free days (£3, sainsburys.com).
I’ve just finished The Secret Of Crickley Hall. I’m a Netflix binge-watcher (from £5.99 a month, netflix.com).
This Next shirt dress is great for lots of women’s body shapes because it nips you in at all the right places (£15, next.co.uk).
Wasabi has some of the cheapest sushi on the high street. I like the salmon (£4.49, wasabi.uk.com).
Great for my Yorkshire Tea, with an important message: all you women get out and vote (£10, npg.org.uk/shop).
Who doesn’t have space for another stripy top? I’d wear this with jeans and a blazer (£14.40, dorothyperkins.com).
I’ve always got a Smint in my mouth – I’ve got my whole team addicted to them now too (£1, asda.com).
I do need a body lotion. Vaseline is one of the cheapest and really does the job (£1.64, tesco.com).
Hit the bullseye
The great thing about darts is everyone can play, though not everyone can be good (£26.40, dartscorner.co.uk).
I love walking and am a reluctant gym goer. A Sweaty Betty top is my exercise go-to (£30, available in pink and grey, sweatybetty.com).
I’ve had enough of the bag you throw everything in. It’s time for a proper handbag (£18, accessorize.com).
I don’t know what’s in Frylight but I use it with everything from eggs to onions (£2.30, ocado.com).
Proof that free samples work – I got a sample of Oral B from my dentist and was converted (£3.50, waitrose.com).
My 2016 pledge to women
“I want to get as many people as possible registered to vote before May’s elections. It takes a few minutes at gov.uk/register-to-vote. Without action, you won’t have a say in who represents your community. Make 2016 the year you have your voice heard.”