The former (sorry still) MP Nadine Dorries has written another book.
This time it’s about her number one person, yep that’s right it’s Boris Johnson.
It is about the “political assassination” of the former bumbling PM, and it is due to be published days before this year’s Conservative Party conference.
Here it is!
Saucy enough to stir the pot.
It might take the shine off Rishi Sunak’s hog roast this evening.
Nadine Dorries book
Dorries has titled it “The Plot: The Political Assassination of Boris Johnson” and claims to have uncovered a “fault line” within the Conservative Party through conversations with cabinet ministers, civil servants and party officials.
The book, set to be published by HarperCollins on September 28, is billed as a story of “treachery and deceit at the heart of the Westminster machine”.
The blurb reads: “Boris Johnson came to power in 2019 with a larger share of the popular vote than Tony Blair. Rewriting the political map of the UK, he united a party and shattered Labour’s fabled red wall. And yet, just three years later, he was ousted by the same MPs who had greeted his leadership so rapturously. What had gone so wrong?
“The Plot is the seismic, untold story of how the most charismatic politician of his generation was driven from office. With unparalleled access, Nadine Dorries speaks to dozens of inside sources ranging from Cabinet ministers to the lowliest spads [special advisers], civil servants and party officials and through their testimony she pieces together a profoundly shocking story of powerful, unaccountable forces operating behind the scenes who became the architects of a prime minister’s downfall.”
Adam Humphrey, HarperNonFiction publisher, said: “Nadine’s unique vantage point, unparalleled access to sources, and innate storytelling ability will provide readers of The Plot with a rare opportunity to walk the corridors of power and understand the behind-the-scenes machinations of Westminster.
“The Plot is an urgent look at how our government really operates, and I look forward to it adding to the current political discourse.”