Matt Hancock must have gone bonkers if he dreams of ever returning to high office. He will be lucky to cling on as an MP.
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Matt Hancock is letting it be known that although he will go quiet for a time he will be back in high office.
He has clearly gone quite mad. The days of preferment for him are over.
Napoleon said bring me lucky generals. Hancock must be the unluckiest general in history. Having a quiet snog and a bottom grope in his office he must have thought his secret was safe.
What he didn’t know was that someone who objected to his lockdown laws as secretary of State for Health had access to his office CCTV.
That someone contacted anti-lockdowners who began offering it to the media. The political journalist Isabelle Oakeshott told the Spectator that was emailed the photo but thought it was a scam as she believed that it wasn’t Hancock’s hairline.
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Ms Oakeshott must have been the only person in the world who studied the hairline. Anyway the source contacted The Sun and although the paper isn’t up to much at the moment even they recognised that it was a story.
As I have said before he should have quit on Thursday night and it would have been all over and he would have had a chance of resurrecting his career.
That is not going to happen. There will be plenty of attempts to oust him as MP for West Suffolk and even if he fights them off I suspect the voters will turn against him at a general Election.
He should start planning what else he will do for the rest of his life. The queue to hire him in commercial life will be pretty small. There are enough problems running a business without importing one.
I can’t imagine how difficult domestic life is going to. His wife Martha seems a decent sort and for the sake of the children I imagine she will want to keep it all nicey-nicecy.
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Not sure Gina’s husband will feel the same. He will have lost a wife and in any divorce ( I am working on the assumption there is no pre-nup) will lose a good chunk of his company Oliver Bonas plus either the £4million house in London or the place in the Cotswolds.
Pretty much a nightmare for the innocent party.
Matt my old son the game is up. Forget about Ministerial office. The only office you are likely to see is one in the garden-and at least you will know if there is CCTV!
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