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My career is not over… It’s only just beginning

Nadine Dorries lays out her future plans

 

Nadine Dorries appeared on Andrew Neil’s Sunday Politics yesterday and declared: “My career is not over… It’s only just beginning.”

 

Nadine Dorries

The MP for Mid-Bedfordshire may be a bit of her mouthpiece and though her time in I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! was cringeworthy and tasteless, she’s the one having the last laugh. Her critics mock her as “Mad Nad”, but they are wrong. Dorries has made headway to share the issues she believes in and she has indeed become a household name.

 

Ms Dorries declared that she went on the show: “For the greater good of the Conservative Party” but as her parliamentary whip remains withdrawn, she plainly fails to understand that her colleagues are still less than thrilled with her. If they were sensible though, they should relent before she decides to jump.

 

Neil repeatedly asked Dorries if she would defect to UKIP and she tacitly denied such a possibility. One guest commented: “They [the Conservative Party] would be crazy to make her a UKIP martyr” and we agree with Andre Neil in his suggestion that: “She’ll live to fight another day.”

 

Follow Nadine Dorries on Twitter at: http://www.twitter.com/nadinedorriesmp

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1 comment on “My career is not over… It’s only just beginning”

  1. Dear Mrs Bone (or may I call you Jennie?)

    Your husband is to be commended for the plethora of questions he raises in the House.

    Should he not though be a little more diligent in chivvying the Whips Office over the McLoughlin-like cheating, duplicity and cons of some of his fellow MPs?

    The milksop parliamentary standards watchdog needs some back- bone. He should demonstrate – BONE my nature – BONE by action!

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