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Matt Hancock has 'no intention of standing down' from politics after I'm A Celebrity stint

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Former Health Secretary Matt Hancock came third on ITV's I'm A Celebrity. West Suffolk voters say they've seen a "more humane" side to his MP. One voter says he should be back in Parliament dealing with constituents' issues. Another says Hancock should stand down as MP and let someone else take over.
Published 2 months ago · London, United Kingdom

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Matt Hancock has 'no intention of standing down' from politics after I'm A Celebrity stint

Matt Hancock's spokesperson has denied reports he is in talks to get out of politics and into showbiz, saying he has "no intention" of stepping away from Westminster.

2 months ago·United Kingdom
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2 months ago·Birmingham, United Kingdom
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