Oxford West and Abingdon's MP said it is "truly a privilege" as she was named among the "top 100 women in Westminster".

Layla Moran, who represents the Liberal Democrat, has been recognised by The House magazine in their annual Women in Westminster: The 100 for 2024.

The list honours "influential and inspirational" women spanning various sectors including politics, media, entertainment and activism.

Ms Moran said: "I am extremely proud and honoured to have been named as a part of 2024 Women in Westminster: The 100.

"To be recognised alongside so many impressive women who excel in their field within Westminster is truly a privilege.

"I would like to thank The House magazine and the board of patrons for my inclusion.

"I would also like to thank my team, the organisations who I work with and who provide me with such great support and the people of my constituency in Oxford West and Abingdon.

"I am especially proud to be recognised for my work on the conflict in Gaza. I will continue to be a voice for peace and humanity in this most difficult time."

As well as the 100, six women were specially highlighted for their contributions to their sectors.

Among them were Green Party MP for Brighton Pavilion, Caroline Lucas, LBC's political editor, Natasha Clark, and Cindy Butts, chair of the Independent Commission for Equity in Cricket.

Other members of the 100 included Love Island celebrities, parliamentarians, civil servants, journalists, and activists.