Coffey: The Leadership Qualities of the PM are Very Evident
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Coffey: I’m Not Part of That Rumour Speculation Mill in Westminster

“You don’t need to apologise, I’m just going to give you the same answer Sophy”

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Ridge Tells Off Coffey for Not Having Answers About Pincher
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Coffey Versus Coyle: “If You Want to Bring up Gossip, I Can Bring up Other Stuff That Happened Downstairs”

Whatever could Coffey be talking about

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Coffey & Truss Announce Return of Tory Karaoke

Tory conference-goers may have been privileged enough to witness the highlight of 2017’s gathering: when Matt Hancock and Thérèse Coffey performed a jaw-dropping duet of Don’t Stop Me Now to an enraptured crowd. A stunning performance soon followed by ballads from the likes of James Cleverly, Kelly Tolhurst and Nigel Evans… 

MPs hoping to revel in a repeat of Coffey’s infamous partying will soon be in luck, after being invited to a “September Soirée on [the] Upper Ministerial Corridor” this week. Thérèse Coffey will be co-hosting with Liz Truss, who both tease an opportunity to extend the enjoyment for those in the mood for a sing-song‘ afterwards. Will Sir Lindsay be happy with such flagrant anti-Covid celebrations on the parliamentary estate?

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[LISTEN] Coffey Criticises Cummings’s Credibility

Guido noted yesterday it’s interesting having to watch Labour push the claims of Cummings given they tried so hard to discredit him in 2020. It seems the government has also picked up on this, with Thérèse Coffey instantly referencing the rose garden presser and his Barnard Castle trip when asked about Cummings’s latest claims, in an obvious attempt to shoot the messenger. The problem with this is the same people in government now trying to discredit Cummings spent 2020 holding him up as a paragon of virtue…

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