Matt Hancock told me Celebrity campmate Liz Truss ‘political career is over’

Matt Hancock candidly shares his opinion on the current UK political situation with I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! campmates, declaring Liz Truss’ political career “over” and pondering the reasons for Boris Johnson’s departure.

The former UK health secretary (44) controversially joined the hit reality show Virgin Media for being late last week.

During a discussion among celebrity contestants about missing out on the UK news, presenter and property expert Scarlette Douglas said: “I wonder if Rishi is still in charge.”

Hancock replied, “Yes, he will.”

As the talk turned to UK politics, soap star Sue Cleaver asked Hancock for his opinion on former prime minister Liz Truss’ short tenure as prime minister, saying: “You think what happened to Matt?”

“In a way, they were unlucky, in that global interest rates were all going up, at the same time they also… put out a financial statement where you say, ‘We’re going to do all the expensive stuff. this red and us’ said Hancock.

Cleaver (59) asks: “Where is she now?”

Hancock replied: “Her political career is over. There is no ambiguity.”

Speaking to the Bush Telegraph, Hancock added: “There I sat in the comfortable red chair and I felt like I was on Mastermind asked all these questions.”

Journalist and broadcaster Charlene White also joined in questioning Hancock, asking the West Suffolk MP: “Why do you think members of the Tory Party chose less experienced people…”

“I think it’s all about Boris getting kicked out,” Hancock said. It’s all about people seeing Rishi holding the knife against Boris.

White (42) continued: “So one could argue that they decided to punish the whole country by putting someone less experienced in their place?”

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Hancock then replied: “That implies an evil motive, that’s not fair. But they certainly see disloyalty to Boris as a negative, as a bigger factor..”

Comedian Seann Walsh, who was also late to the woods with Hancock, then asked: “Aren’t you a big deal on Boris?”

Hancock replied: “Look, I’m very supportive of him, but the time has come. When it’s time to go, it’s time to go.

Referring to Johnson’s return to the UK from holiday shortly after Truss’s resignation, White asked: “When he flew back from holiday in the Caribbean, what was your first thought?”

Hancock revealed: “I texted him and I said, ‘You know, I think you’re great but this isn’t your time. The best thing for the country is that you should support Rishi and we should put him in place as soon as possible’.”

Elsewhere in Tuesday night’s episode, Boy George is seen chanting during the latest Bushtucker trial, which he must complete alongside Babatunde Aleshe and Chris Moyles in order to earn camp meals.

The public voted on Monday for the trio to join Angel Of Agony, bypassing Hancock, who has completed six consecutive challenges since joining the reality show.

During the trial, the Culture Club star (61) began chanting while navigating the box filled with creatures to find the star before handing it to comedian Aleshe (36), who later he apologized profusely for dropping it.

Young George continues to use his loud chanting to help him get through the rest of his ordeal as he tries to solve two more stars in a room full of snakes.

Meanwhile, broadcaster Moyles, 48, became agitated at the creatures rushing at him, saying: “Why am I wearing shorts?”

At the end of the challenge, the trio had only won three of the 11 available stars, with Aleshe saying: “I’m sorry man, this loss was on me.”

As for presenter Declan Donnelly said: “Watching that was really frustrating, it must have been very frustrating to be in. Babatuunde what happened?”

Aleshe replied, “Look, I had butter fingers today. I tried my best. Every time I get close to the top and I try to pass it to Chris it drops. I feel uncomfortable with myself.”

Later, when the trio returned from the trial, Aleshe told the Bush Telegraph: “I definitely felt like I let the team down, my campmates down… I just couldn’t understand it. court today.”

Little George said: “I am proud of myself for overcoming the horror. Then I want to cry after that.

While Moyles added: “I don’t think there will be a next time for me.”

I Am A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! continue on Virgin Media. Matt Hancock told me Celebrity campmate Liz Truss ‘political career is over’

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