Matt Hancock's girlfriend Gina Coladangelo jets to Australia to be reunited with love rat

Matt Hancock's girlfriend has been spotted on her way to Australia
Matt Hancock's girlfriend has been spotted on her way to Australia

Coladangelo arrived at London Heathrow on Tuesday night to make the long-haul flight to Brisbane, Australia

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Matt Hancock’s girlfriend Gina Coladangelo has been spotted on her way to Australia to reunite with the former health secretary who is currently appearing as a contestant on I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!

Ms Coladangelo arrived at London Heathrow on Tuesday night to make the long-haul flight to Brisbane, Australia.

Last week Mr Hancock admitted to “falling in love” with his former aide.

Around 1,100 people complained about former health secretary Hancock being in the Australian jungle.
Around 1,100 people complained about former health secretary Hancock being in the Australian jungle.

In June last year, the MP resigned as health secretary after he was caught breaking coronavirus social distancing rules by having an affair in his ministerial office with Ms Coladangelo.

The mum-of-three was accompanied by a member of the ITV team and refused to make any comment about Mr Hancock’s appearance on the show.

She wore an emerald green coat over an all black outfit and white trainers.

Ofcom has received 1,968 complaints about I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! – the majority objecting to Matt Hancock’s presence on the ITV show.

The broadcasting watchdog said it would assess the complaints against its broadcasting rules before deciding whether to investigate.

Around 1,100 people complained about former health secretary Mr Hancock being in the Australian jungle.

Rishi Sunak said Hancock’s decision to enter the jungle was not “noble” because he was failing to prioritise his “constituents and our country”.
Rishi Sunak said Hancock’s decision to enter the jungle was not “noble” because he was failing to prioritise his “constituents and our country”.

Mr Hancock has faced criticism from opposition politicians and from within his own party for joining the show, with the Tory whip suspended.

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak said Hancock’s decision to enter the jungle was not “noble” because he was failing to prioritise his “constituents and our country”.

Speaking to reporters travelling with him to the G20 summit in Bali, Mr Sunak said: “I think politics at its best can and should be actually quite noble.”

On Tuesday, campaigners flew a banner over the I’m A Celebrity campsite, reading: “Covid bereaved say get out of here!”

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