‘A lot of people’ could vote for Hancock, says Northern Ireland minister

The Northern Ireland minister has suggested “pretty much everyone” in the House of Commons and House of Commons has downloaded “a certain app” so they can vote for Matt Hancock to try out on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!

The 44-year-old former health secretary joined the cast of the ITV reality show on Wednesday, after facing much criticism over his decision from the public and fellow politicians. When he arrived in the woods, he was met with a mixture of shock, disbelief, and uncontrollable laughter from his campmates.

Shortly after arriving, he took on the Beastly Burrows Bushtucker Challenge with late-entry friend Seann Walsh – and was subsequently selected again by the public to face a second challenge, the Tentacles of Terror, will be seen in Thursday night’s episode.

Speaking to Kay Burley on Sky News, Chris Heaton-Harris said: “He should be here with us voting and debating in Parliament.”

He added: “So I know the format of the show. I believe there are quite a few people in a building not too far from here, the House of Commons and the House of Commons, who have downloaded a certain app so they can vote. I’m not sure if that’s a good thing or not.

“I read this morning what he said about how he wants to prove that all MPs are human, and that’s true, you know, it’s true. All MPs are human, but I think we do it every day in our constituencies and what we do in Parliament.”

Comedian Walsh, who made headlines in 2018 when he was photographed kissing his married partner Katya Jones, married with a hearty laugh after meeting Hancock in the woods, then exclaiming with Bush Telegraph “Matt Hancock!” and laugh more.

Hancock caused further stir when he entered the main camp, with many of the show’s famous faces being shocked to see the West Suffolk MP, who had his Conservative Party whip removed after the announcement of the plan. join the program.

Following the arrival of Hancock and Walsh, radio DJ Chris Moyles visited the Bush Telegraph and said: “Oh my, two new people have arrived.

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“One of them is Seann Walsh and the other – I have to go back and check again.”

Also speaking in the Bush Telegraph, soap star Sue Cleaver said: “I don’t know what to say.”


I’m a celebrity… Get me out of here! 2022 contestants (ITV)

Later, in a one-on-one exchange with Hancock, Loose Women star Charlene White asked him, “Why are you here?”

“Because, honestly, there’s very little that politicians can show that we’re human,” Hancock replied, prompting White to flash a skeptical look.

Earlier, referring to the politician’s role in televised press conferences during the coronavirus pandemic, Moyles, 48, asked: “You have to deal with that for me… Please just say it.” ‘Next slide please,’ and I’m happy.”

After Hancock willingly said: “Next slide, please,” Boy George, head of the Cultural Club told him: “You really will get it. You will indeed achieve it. Not from me, I mean, just from…”

Hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly also saw Hancock’s appearance as an opportunity to poke fun at UK politics and joke with Chancellor Rishi Sunak.

“I’m not sure how Matt will cope in the camp,” Ant said.

“You know, around people who don’t know what they’re doing, they’re doing it and just trying to get ahead day by day.”

Hancock and Walsh let their campmates down a bit after winning only six out of 11 stars in the Beastly Burrows challenge.

At the end of Wednesday’s episode, Ant and Dec revealed that Hancock will also face a second Bushtucker Trial, with the congressman replying: “You know what, I just knew it would be me and I still feel feel worried.”


At the end of Wednesday’s episode, Ant and Dec revealed that Matt Hancock will also face trial for the Tentacles of Terror on Thursday (John Walton/PA)

Political watchers joined regular viewers to watch Hancock’s appearance on Wednesday, while several political opponents attacked the MP again for his decision to enter the woods. ta.

The Liberal Democrats Twitter account said: “Never mind #ImACeleb and trying to win a meal for a camp in the woods, Matt Hancock should be in the UK, in his office and delivering to those in need. Voters are wondering where their next meal will come from.

“You are not a celebrity. You are a congressman with a job to do. “

– I’m a celebrity… Get me out of here! continues at 9pm on ITV

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