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Nadine Dorries Resigns from her Mid Bedfordshire With A Letter Blasting PM Sunak

Nadine Dorries Resigns from her Mid Bedfordshire With A Letter Blasting PM Sunak

Nadine Dorries, Mid Bedfordshire Conservative MP has resigned from her position, blasting United Kingdom Prime Minister, Rishi Sunak in her resignation letter. 

In Dorries resignation letter, she wrote: 

“It has been the greatest honour and privilege of my life to have served the good people of Mid Bedfordshire as their MP for 18 years and I count myself blessed to have worked in Westminster for almost a quarter of a century.

Despite what some in the media and you yourself have implied, my team of caseworkers and I have continued to work for my constituents faithfully and diligently to this day.

When I arrived in Mid Bedfordshire in 2005, I inherited a Conservative majority of 8,000. Over five elections this has increased to almost 25,000, making it one of the safest seats in the country. A legacy I am proud of. 

During my time as a Member of Parliament, I have served as a back bencher, a bill Committee Chair, a Parliamentary Under Secretary of State before becoming Minister of State in the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) during the Covid crisis, after which I was appointed as Secretary of State at the department of Digital, Culture, Media, and Sport (DCMS).

The offer to continue in my Cabinet role was extended to me by your predecessor, Liz Truss, and I am grateful for your personal phone call on the morning you appointed your cabinet in October, even if I declined to take the call.

As politicians, one of the greatest things we can do is to empower people to have opportunities to achieve their aspirations and to help them to change their lives for the better. In DHSC I championed meaningful improvements to maternity and neonatal safety…”

She talked about what she claimed was a “political assassination of former UK PM, Boris Johnson.” According to her, “It became clear to me as I worked that remaining as a backbencher was incompatible with publishing a book which exposes how the democratic process at the heart of our party has been corrupted.”

She also claimed that the current PM, Sunak did not defend anything that was said against her. 

According to her, Sunak “failed to mention in your public comments that there could be no writ moved for a by-election over summer. And that the earliest any by-election could take place is at the end of September. The clearly orchestrated and almost daily personal attacks demonstrate the pitifully low level your Government has descended to.”

“It is a modus operandi established by your allies which has targeted Boris Johnson, transferred to Liz Truss, and now moved on to me. But I have not been a prime minister. I do not have security or protection. Attacks from people, led by you, declared open season on myself and the past weeks have resulted in the police having to visit my home and contact me on a number of occasions due to threats to my person.”

Dorries concluded by saying that PM Sunak did not deserve to sit as the Prime Minister.

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