MP George Galloway has missed 87% of all Commons votes during his first year as a Bradford MP and spoken in just seven debates.
Data compiled on website theyworkforyou.com show Mr Galloway has taken part in just 13% of the votes over the past year. Most MPs average between 70 and 80%.
He has spoken in just seven debates - the average for MPs being around 30.
Mr Galloway, a member of the Respect party, has declared the figures "fundamentally flawed" as they present only a partial picture of what an MP does. His office said he has tabled dozens of motions, written letters to Ministers and dealt with a large amount of constituency work from his office.
The Respect MP George Galloway has paid tribute to Hugo Chavez, calling him a "modern day Spartacus" and a "champion of the poor":
Respect MP for Bradford West, Geoge Galloway, has taken to Twitter to deny that he was the Caped Crusader who handed in a man to police in the northern city:
Speaking to Cherwell.org Mahmood Naji, who organised the debate condemned the walkout, and added:
Video courtesy of Cherwell.org
The Respect candidate in the upcoming Manchester Central by-election, Kate Hudson has echoed the criticism from her leader about George Galloway's controversial comments on rape:
Respect MP George Galloway has defended his controversial claim that a rape allegation against WikiLeaks campaigner Julian Assange amounted to no more than bad "sexual etiquette".