Nadine Dorries quits UK government

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Nadine Dorries has followed Priti Patel in resigning from the UK government cabinet.

Late on Monday September 5, Culture Secretary Nadine Dorries followed the example set earlier in the day by Home Secretary Priti Patel and resigned from government.

Dorries was a close ally of outgoing Prime Minister Boris Johnson and served as Britain’s Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS). She is believed to have turned down a request from new PM Liz Truss to remain in her cabinet, so she will instead return to the backbench.

According to Daily Mail, a close friend of Ms Dorries told them, “Nadine has been agonizing over this because she is 100% supportive of Liz. But she decided it was the right time to leave the Cabinet’

Since 2005, Nadine has been MP for Mid Bedfordshire, but rumor has it that before leaving office, Boris Johnson will grant her a peerage. If this happens, it will lead to a by-election in the constituency.

Away from politics, the politician who grew up on a Liverpool council estate raised eyebrows in 2012 when he appeared as a contestant on ITV’s ‘I’m A Celebrity’ show in the Australian jungle. She was then the first celebrity to be voted out and was later suspended from her MP duties for failing to declare the fees she received for appearing on the show, before being reinstated in May 2013.

As an author, Nadine has written 15 novels, selling more than 2.5 million copies of her books since 2014. After serving on the firm, she was banned from closing new book deals, but she is now free to return. line if she wants.


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