I am surprised this even counts as news https://t.co/8ojYssw0OC
— Steve Double MP (@stevedouble) July 22, 2019
The most insensitive and heartless response I’ve ever received from a minister in relation to a constituency issue was from Sir Alan. Letter writing is obviously not his forte. https://t.co/Gh8EmOmzSX
— Andrew RT Davies (@AndrewRTDavies) July 22, 2019
Oh no. I’m devastated. 😭 Cried a river. He was such a… a…
— Ben Bradley MP (@bbradleymp) July 22, 2019
Evergreen memories of a principled statesman. https://t.co/ujxZQd4F9E
— Stewart Jackson (@BrexitStewart) July 22, 2019
A nation mourns https://t.co/uAYRp06M8n
— Sarah Vine (@WestminsterWAG) July 22, 2019
In my view, pre-emptive ministerial resignations (If reports are true) in case your own democratically-elected Party Leader is not to your liking are absurd. And I say that as a committed @Jeremy_Hunt supporter. Such moves make a Corbyn Government one step more likely.
— Greg Hands (@GregHands) July 22, 2019
We understand Sir Alan Duncan has had his request to make a statement in the House of Commons on his resignation rejected by Speaker John Bercow. Fair to say he’s not happy about it.
— Daniel Hewitt (@DanielHewittITV) July 22, 2019
Turns out Parliament’s pre-eminent puffed-up egomaniac isn’t keen on being upstaged by another one…