Nadine Dorries is not going down without a fight, seemingly against herself at times, and anyone who gets in her way. Unhinged Nadine Dorries is on a mission.
Only Dorries and Johnson have an unbreakable bond of course…
Less Holmes and Watson, more Chuckle and brother perhaps?
Private detective – Unhinged Nadine Dorries
So it begins with a Twitter thread, Nadine Dorries is seemingly trying to track down the reason she was not made a peer.
She explained that she has “requested copies of WhatsApps, text messages, all emails and minutes of meetings both formal and informal with names of senior figures unredacted” from the House of Lords Appointments Commission (HOLAC), Cabinet Secretary and the Cabinet Office.”
Still an MP?
Indeed she is, even though she said she was resigning.
So as Dorries remains a member of Parliament, she can turn up in the House of Commons chamber to make her views known.
Anything she says would be covered by parliamentary privilege, allowing her to be outspoken on any issue, without fear of legal consequences. A true detective.
She tried to explain why she is still in her job on Twitter, even though Boris Johnson and Nigel Adams managed it pretty easily.
Maybe Dorries needs to remain among the corridors of parliament to find the answers and smoke out traitors.
Is this meme from the old school chiming with you?
And the game’s afoot for Nads still, she tweeted: “We also need to keep a close eye on the careers of the Conservative MPs who sat on that committee. Do they suddenly find themselves on chicken runs into safe seats? Gongs? Were promises made? We need to know if they were. Justice has to be seen to be done at all levels of this process.”
Tragedy in 4 acts
One tweeter Edwin Hayward wrote her tragedy in 4 acts. It is a couple of day’s old and so much has changed already!
He tweeted: “Nadine Dorries, a tragedy in 4 acts. The lights dim as our play begins… 1) Calls out cronyism in how jobs in the Lords are given out.