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  • snakes, and that was even before she went to the jungle.

  • Isn't the real truth, Mr Speaker, that the minister opposite has so little ability to deliver extra funding for small charities big society projects that if he were to hop on a plane to Australia to join his honorable friend in the jungle?

  • Frankly, nobody in the charity world would notice?

  • Speaker, I sometimes think the deputy prime minister would like to send me jungle in Australia.

  • When I heard that the honorable member for mid Bedfordshire had been sent to a jungle teach insects, I thought despite the appearance of civility from our new chief whip, this indicator and you disciplinarian approaching our whips office Well, we're doing now by former MP Lambert Oh pick and Lib Dem politician Brian Paddick.

  • They're both I'm sure many of you remember jungle veterans having taken part in the jungle better so I think that's fair, isn't it that having morning to both and they were having great fun with this story?

  • Actually, in the Commons yesterday?

  • What's your opinion should Shouldn't you be taking time out for a job to go and do that?

  • I think it's fine, actually, Nadine has been so disrespected by her own party.

  • She's been ridiculed, patronized distance than maybe this is her way of pushing back.

  • She's not gonna get made political messages across, but she might get a personality across.

  • So I'm actually Nadine Fran.

  • I'm campaigning to keep her in the jungle, but for all the right reasons, a lot of people have take issue that I met Brian.

  • First of all, you'll take it.

  • Do you agree?

  • What?

  • I wonder if you or I didn't tell her bosses that we weren't going to turn up for work for four weeks, whether we would have a job when we went back.

  • If an MP doesn't work, say, every Sunday, that's 52 days a year, lower profile way of not working 52 days here.

  • But that's perfectly legitimate.

  • She didn't even telephone didn't even tell her boss that she was.

  • She was going to be absolutely, You know, the contract.

  • You're not allowed to talk about this.

  • You get you don't actually get to do the program.

  • If you go unwritten contract has that she has with her constituents.

  • Okay?

  • I don't know the people that she told him she didn't tell.

  • But this is This is the bottom line here.

  • Everybody who's been in and P knows a lot of the work's done by the staff.

  • There's a bit of a risk of something big kicks off in the constituency.

  • Then she's gonna pay for that.

  • But otherwise, what about an MP fix five weeks off in the summer?

  • They're not available either.

  • So I think once again, this is prying pariah airing the Dean.

  • I actually designed training courses.

  • Mance called Managing Mavericks.

  • Maybe David Cameron and the whip should go onto that course and understand that by pushing people like Nadine out, especially if they do well in the program that actually making their favorite daughters and the Conservative Party aren't welcome in the park.

  • So Brian Lamberts case and that endorses cases.

  • If she's out there and she's spending a lot of time and she's on camera, you know, she could get messages across, you can shaken, you know, if you have a bit of politics in the jungle, is she completely deluded?

  • What was your experience?

  • What, you don't know what I would say?

  • That she was naive because the only things that get broadcast of things that the editors and the producers decided gonna be broadcast so she could talk for hours and hours about abortion or whatever she likes.

  • But they the public will never hear what she says.

  • If the editors decide it's not something they want to broadcast, well, that's the point, isn't it?

  • Because she may what she could come back and say, You know what?

  • I spent a lot of time with those people talking about all sorts of important things on what was broadcast was when the snake went up trouser leg.

  • But actually, Brian's completely right on this.

  • If she thinks he can set the agenda than she's dreaming, but you're about to be a part of the reason for it is a good thing.

  • Two totally different things by an actual did better than me and the junk.

  • He stayed there longer, so better line of conversation than I did.

  • I spent three or four hours a day talking with Shaun Ryder about politics, about philosophy.

  • All of it ended up on the cutting room floor.

  • But what she can get across is her personality, and I go back to this point about the dean being pariahs doses of that to anyone except her, furthering her career in the futility.

  • She's got no ministerial career.

  • She's being crotch is being run down in the official parliamentary record.

  • My judgment.

  • I don't know this for sure, but my judgment is this is her way of fighting back, saying, Actually, I'm going to speak to 16 million Other people say it's a vanity.

  • It's actually I think it's self defense project by her because she's just being pushed down so far.

  • Well, I really mean this point.

  • Imagine if she wins, for example, and she's been suspended by the party number one.

  • She won't know she's suspended because, as Brian will confirm, is a complete locked and you don't know the news when you arrive in the straighter.

  • I want to talk to you, but I'll come back to you in a minute on Brian.

  • You've bean there.

  • Did you I mean, presumably changed everything to do with your public profile?

  • Is that anywhere useful for a politician?

  • Is it going to be useful for her when she comes back?

  • The difficulty is that you talk to a psychiatrist before you go on to make sure you're not gonna murder somebody when you're in there and she said to me, Look, if you think you're going to go on there and be yourself, it's a completely artificial situation.

  • You're completely cut off from the outside world.

  • You're deprived of sleep, deprived of food.

  • If you think you're going to behave normally, then you've got another thing coming.

  • So anybody who thinks they can go one there and project exactly who they are again, I think, is being naive.

  • Stuart's got in touch and says MP should all be sent to the jungle for a month.

  • No notice.

  • They're gone.

  • You yourself admitted they don't you don't need that.

  • You said that the politicians are needed because the work is done by other people.

  • Yeah, they needed a bit of a gamble.

  • Is there something really big happens in the constituency, But if it's if it's a normal worker day month, then she might get away with it.

  • But to her t her constituents and actually to your viewers, I'd say this.

  • Are we really saying there's no space for Mavericks like this in Parliament in Parliament?

  • And secondly, what if she does connect with 16 million people?

  • That's five times more people than often watch question time, then she might actually help to rehabilitate the image of politicians in this country.

  • Ryan, if she stays in, it, might well be that the public is just trying to make things more difficult for everyone.

  • I mean, there's gonna be their element to now, isn't it?

  • Because it's easy for her in a way, politically to come back quicker.

  • But people voting public might say, Now let's keep her there so it gets more awkward what they will try.

  • Probably if she acts up in front of the cameras, they will try to keep her in the long as they possibly can, because it makes good television because it's good entertainment.

  • And what people don't realize is, even if you get evicted, you get voted off the program.

  • You're expected to stay there right to the end, coming back for another four weeks.

  • Well, thank you.

  • Very, very interesting.

  • I'm sure get lots of responsibility.

  • What's females already?

  • Brian Paddick.

  • Lambert.

  • Oh, pick.

  • Thank you.

  • Thank you.

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"I'M A Celebrity"。ジャングルMPナディーン・ドリーズの長所と短所 ("I'M A Celebrity": Pros And Cons Of Jungle-MP Nadine Dorries)

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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