I don't know a lot about the back story to this ad, the year, the agency, anything.
(But I'm sure @mrccmiller might be able to help here in comments below.)
I know I first saw it years ago, and loved it and many others in the campaign.
I also know for some reason, that Twitter came to mind when I saw it.
And that wrap up line about a possible 4th bedroom for an 'undemanding' dwarf is total genius.
I think this is a terrific idea.
A nice, quick and clean way for companies to use Twitter, particularly ones where a few folk have twitter accounts, but where previously there was no co-ordination, and only one poor sod was tasked with updating the twitter feed. I say a definite YES to this.
And that's because Twitter, when used to engage and not simply to broadcast, reveals the person behind the politician; their principles, their passions, their personality. It's the authentic voice that comes through, of the MP and in aggregate, of the Party. People appreciate that.