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Nadine Dorries
Posted Sunday, 12 April 2009 at 23:31

Over to BBC TV Centre straight after GMTV to appear on BBC Breakfast somewhere between 8 to 8.15.


Easter just hasn’t happened.


Spent most of it feeling sick, anxious and worried that any of my friends or family might think that a single word of what was in the emails was true.


Now I just feel sick because I’m so tired L


Dave said:
Responded: Monday, 13 April 2009
You must be very tired if you are starting to question the loyality of friends and family over lies by Brown's Ministry of Impropaganda. For those of us who are indeed fortunate to be your constituents,I assure you there is nothing but admiration for the way you conduct yourself especially at times as these. I'm even considering voting for you at the next election :-)
Benny Austwick said:
Responded: Monday, 13 April 2009
You've surely got a few extra readers for your blog. I'm one of them lol. You're a breath of fresh air Nadine, I hope you come out of this strong and fighting. I think this will do wonders for your reputation and expect you to increase your majority even more at the next election.
Responded: Monday, 13 April 2009
Sorry to hear that you're not feeling well. In my personal experience of dealing with clients this isn't unusual as the stress tends to weigh heavily and can have pronounced adverse effects. That's why its important to make sure that you're supported and to gain what we call the 'ascendancy' particularly as regards any legal aspect of this matter. As the early stages of such a matter are dealt with in protocol (which has timescales) you'd be surprised at how this can impose a sense of order on proceedings and often lead to an early result. I haven't seen the BBC piece yet, but you acquitted yourself very well on GMTV. Rest assured that help is available if you need it. - Media Lawyer
nigel said:
Responded: Monday, 13 April 2009
I am disgusted that you use the word that there is cancer in number 10. yes there might be wrong doing, but i have just recevied the news that i have cancer - and i suspect that you or your collegues are experincing anything like those who have cancer - I want a formal apoloogy for your lack of senserivity
Anonymous said:
Responded: Monday, 13 April 2009
Have just seen the BBC piece. Again, very good. One thing that I have picked up is the apparent unwillingness of No.10 to apologise. I would note that in the case of an employer dealing with the liability of an employee for defamatory remarks made during the course of his employment it is entirely usual for an apology and retraction to be provided. I'd suggest that if a defamation letter before action is issued they may have no alternative but to provide the retraction and apology. - Media Lawyer
John McWilliams said:
Responded: Monday, 13 April 2009
You have the cheek to moan about No10 wasting tax payers money. I help charities worldwide WITHOUT tax payers money and none of these are highlighted on the time schedules of our major news channels due to time wasters like yourself trying to win a little time!!! Dont get me wrong, your bad, but their editorial direction is completely f**cked up if your voice and irritating annoyance fill the airwaves instead of more important matters.
Victor M said:
Responded: Monday, 13 April 2009
YES there is a cancer at number 10 and it's called Gordon Brown. (sorry Nigel we all know the difference between the awful disease and the adjective) Sue the liars if you can (and afford it) Nadine. They desperately need a shock, though nothing shock scum like them.
Anonymous said:
Responded: Monday, 13 April 2009
You must sue them and get a retraction to support your stance. This is an evil collection of people in this Govt. Go for it
Tony said:
Responded: Monday, 13 April 2009
Keep on going Nadine.It won't be long now before you will be on the Government benches in the House Of Commons Iain Dale has an interesting piece as well What Did Kevin Maguire Know? Iain Dale 9:01 AM We keep being told the McBride/Draper emails were never meant to see the light of day. Bollocks. I couldn't mention this before, but since Nadine Dorries has talked about it on TV this morning, I now can. Some time ago I received a tearful phone call from Nadine. She had just been rung by a leading political editor who put two horrendous allegations to her. It is now clear where he got the tip-off from. The RedRag website may not have physically existed, but its content was being maliciously spread around by its putative creators. Nadine thinks that the site was planned because the newspapers wouldn't run the stories. I strongly suspect that the allegations relating to Osborne and Cameron had been doing the rounds too. The role of Kevin Maguire, the Mirror's Associate Editor, is very interesting. It appears that he was not only copied some of the emails but was fully aware of the allegations being touted around. Guido has some tough questions to for him to answer. Maguire used to be a top journalist. Now he's just a patsy for the Labour dirty tricks machine. His blogpost yesterday is laughable. He must have been p**sed when he wrote it, having vacated his millionaire mansion in Kingston to spend the Easter weekend slumming it in the north. This is his payoff line... Just what is the truth of Cameron's alleged embarrassing complaint of a highly personal nature? I, like the drinkers in the Steamboat, Alum and Riverside, would like to know.
David Nettleton said:
Responded: Monday, 13 April 2009
Charlie Stayt asked Alan Johnson that if this was an isolated incident which the PM didn't know about, how could he know that it was an isolated incident? The logic of that question was lost on Mr Johnson.
Ted Wooller said:
Responded: Monday, 13 April 2009
You don't represent me but I felt I ought to say be strong and don't let the B G Y D. You have millions of people who totally support you and your stand on this matter. I have just seen your interview on the BBC, well done. It is brown and his cabal who should be worried.
Rod Hollingsworth said:
Responded: Monday, 13 April 2009
Dear Nadine The labour party has reached the pits. The scum which has floated to the top have now shown their true colours. Those who have met you particularly those you have helped know that in you we have a hard working MP and is trusted implicitly. This will also apply to your friends an family. These creatures who seem to have appeared from under a stone have slandered you because they are scared stiff of "The New Girl on the Block" I hope you will continue to apply pressure on our unelected Prime Minister for an apology. Don't let them get to you, every one in the country is behind you..ATTA GIRL.
Anonymous said:
Responded: Monday, 13 April 2009
Well just heard your interview on R5L, and although sympathetic as to you being the target of any falsehood, it also reinforced the reason why I could never vote Tory. Are you actually saying that Brown is lying? Is this now in the public domain? Maybe you should resign or prove the point that the PM is involved? Or maybe we should all move on and concentrate on the bigger picture of the economy, the NHS and other more important issues, or yet again as your leader seems to think, freezing the public purse for the TV license involving the BBC!
colin said:
Responded: Monday, 13 April 2009
Just heard you interviewed on 5live. Who was that idiot standing in for Victoria Darbyshire? Anyway you handled his attempts to somehow blame you for daring to question Brown's integrity (as if!) in a very dignified manner but also with the contempt it deserved. Good luck with any legal action. You will be fighting for much more than your own honour and I hope you get the support you deserve from decent people everywhere.
Anonymous said:
Responded: Monday, 13 April 2009
well you have got yourelf noticed today, nobody new who you were beofre today, sue them, i am sure your fans will pay for it, or you oculd put it on your expenses !!!!
therese said:
Responded: Monday, 13 April 2009
I'll add you to my prayers. The BBC and Ingsoc are despicable, and sooner or later the real truth about what happened will come out. Good luck whatever you decide to do.
Tom FD said:
Responded: Monday, 13 April 2009
I'd stop feeling so nervous if I were you. You've done democracy proud this weekend.
Rightwinggit said:
Responded: Monday, 13 April 2009
Av yu notissed drapah labore trolls karnt spel? Labah edukashun. (labour and draper are in lower case because the only capital they deserve is punishment)
Anonymous said:
Responded: Monday, 13 April 2009
Nadine, whilst not always agreeing with your views...I've always admired your sheer guts .. hang in came across very well on SKY today..and I firmly believe that any decent person, regardless of their political view.. will support your stance against the vicious smut that was sent from Nr. 10 nothing but a public, unreserved apology by the head honcho will do, else cesspit politics have become acceptable in this country good luck I thought I'never say this..but you have my vote, come the next election
Cato said:
Responded: Monday, 13 April 2009
Like many on here, Nadine, you're not my MP. However, I wish you well in your fight against this loathsome bunch of scum. Stand firm and don't give in whatever you do. There's many people rooting for you, although they can't all say it.
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