With her debut tome dropping to a mixed reception back in April (the Telegraph reviewer claimed it was the worst novel he’d read in ten years) part time MP Nadine Dorries has spent the summer boasting about the astronomical number of five-star ratings The Four Streets has gathered on Amazon: 1,115 and counting. An amazing feeling to be at #1 on the […]

Successive weekly revelations — that Nadine Dorries’ 68 year-old election agent is providing a home for a 20-something Romanian woman who advertises for group sex on the internet; that she is paying her daughter a salary of up to £35,000 as a ‘senior secretary’ despite her living 100 miles from the office — appear to be taking their […]

In the wake of new revelations about Tory Nadine Dorries’ business and financial connections, here’s a great spot from seasoned Dorries observers, Ministry of Truth and Bloggerheads. Asked by the Standards Committee whether the company Averbrook Limited — co-owned with her election agent Andrew Rayment — was “a way of concealing earnings from media appearances and articles”, Dorries was […]

Dorrries’ 68 year-old election agent provides home and business for mystery woman in mid-twenties Ramona Ladin has ‘glamour model’ photo shoot pics on casual sex website Ladin claims Dorries is ‘her best friend’ but MP has ‘no recollection’ of meeting her Top Bedfordshire Tory Andrew Rayment owns Nadine Dorries’ constituency home and is a director […]

With her attention-seeking behaviour offending Tory colleagues almost as much as her Labour and Lib Dem foes, Nadine Dorries has dismally failed in her bid to become deputy speaker of the Commons — coming last with just 13 of 551 votes. The Tory replacing former deputy speaker Nigel Evans — who has stepped down to defend […]

Nadine Dorries, who caused uproar by abandoning parliament to appear on I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here, has told Total Politics that she “definitely would do more reality [TV] stuff”: “I definitely would do more reality stuff. My constituents absolutely love it, because they’ve got someone of their own, who they see in Tesco, on there… […]