Nadine Dorries praised Pink Wall 2019 MP “Martin Vickers” for being “on the market supporting the Prime Minister itemizing on Channel 4 Information the opposite evening the massive variety of funding and initiatives that he’s delivered in his constituency”.
But it surely seems Ms Dorries meant to discuss with Matt Vickers, who was elected to the Stockton South seat in 2019, reasonably than his Cleethorpes colleague, Martin Vickers.
Ms Dorries was responding to feedback made in regards to the Prime Minister by Conservative MPs Nick Gibb and Aaron Bell, who’ve each submitted letters of no confidence within the PM.
She mentioned their interventions have been “disappointing” however mentioned these in “marginal seats” knew Mr Johnson had gained them the election.
She was then requested in regards to the 2019 consumption on Pink Wall MPs – of which Mr Bell is one in his Newcastle-under-Lyme constituency.
However the Tradition Secretary mentioned: “So that you need to cite Aaron Bell, once more disappointing, I’ll speak about Martin Vickers, who’s up within the far North of England in South Tees.
“I’ll speak about Martin Vickers who’s on the market supporting the Prime Minister, itemizing on Channel 4 Information the opposite evening the massive variety of funding and initiatives that he’s delivered in his constituency.”
On Friday, Ms Dorries had retweeted the Channel 4 interview, during which Matt Vickers had mentioned: “Teesside’s obtained loads to be blissful about.”
She mentioned on the time: “Nicely executed @Matt_VickersMP A Conservative Authorities pumping in £s to regenerate our Northern areas. #levellingup”
Martin Vickers is the MP for Cleethorpes in North East Lincolnshire and has been an MP since 2010.
He at present has a majority of 21,418.
Matt Vickers is the MP for Stockton South (majority 5,260), within the Tees Valley, and was elected in 2019.