Matt Hancock defended after I'm A Celebrity backlash: Not for us to preach in a woke way'

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“You don’t go into I’m A Celebrity to re-engage politics and the public, but what it should be able to tell you is politicians make decisions and they have to have some authority to have that relationship with their constituents.

“If the constituents don’t want him then they vote him out, and it is not for us to preach in a woke way that this man is a terrible former cabinet minister and should now be punished and should be sitting in ashes for the mistakes he made during covid.”

Adding on to his point, Paul said: “Is anyone saying that or are they saying he should be serving his constituents?”

Lembit continued: “No he was told he had to be home, contemplating the mistakes he made during covid and he did make mistakes in covid but that is a different thing.



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