The Conservative MP Michael Fabricant is to appear on the Channel 4 programme Celebrity First Dates.
The luxuriantly coiffured MP for Lichfield drew chuckles in the Commons when Theresa May revealed he would be on the show, the next series of which starts on September 18.
And the Tory machine was not ready for the snap contest when the Prime Minister called it.‘This point is massively underrated,’ says Damian Green, the First Secretary of State and a long-standing friend of Theresa May.
‘We called a snap Election and our troops weren’t ready.
None of us was expecting a snap Election, but Labour were.’Momentum’s potency came from its ability to adapt and grow online rapidly.
It developed software that allowed its thousands of volunteers to club together and share cars to drive to a battleground seat for a day’s campaigning.
The eccentric blonde-topped Michael Fabricant, the MP for Lichfield, is set to go on the Channel 4 show which sets up regular members of the public up on blind dates with celebs.
Mrs May let the gossip slip during today's Prime Minister's Questions, amid answering questions on Brexit, tuition fees and disabled people.
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Referring to another Channel 4 programme in which contestants appear naked, he said: “Can I just say to you, Mr Speaker, to make it absolutely clear: I will not be appearing on Naked Attraction.” In that show, which is also on Channel 4, clothed contestants choose who they want to date from six naked people, based on physical appearance. John Bercow, the speaker, replied to Mr Fabricant: “Whether [an appearance on Naked…
When Derrick was eliminated early in the season, Tori was left to make it to the end on her own. Toward the end of the season, viewers got to see Tori and Jordan growing closer.
She was taking aim at SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon, rather than deploying the presidential Theresa May message devised by Lynton Crosby and Mark Textor.
On May 8, the Scottish Tory leader made headlines with a speech inviting voters to ‘cut the SNP down to size’.