Esther McVey attributes a feud with Lorraine Kelly to a GMTV channel, a friend said
Esther McVey, Labor MP Gloiria Del Piero, current Labor MP, is fighting for a feud with Lorraine Kelly.
The accusation comes after McVey's stuttering chieftaincy campaign took another blow yesterday, when she was unable to remember the location of an airport that was not there. she described as waste of money from foreign aid.
She only had to say that it was on "one of the continents abroad".
The MP, who was secretary of labor and pensions last year, was publicly flouted by Lorraine Kelly, usually very sunny this week.
The pair used to work together in the early 2000s, when McVey was a GMTV presenter.
McVey was interviewed on Good Morning Britain on Monday, then GMB went live to the Lorraine studio.
Piers Morgan asked Lorraine if she remembered McVey since the days of independent television, to which Kelly had simply replied, "Yes. Yes I do, & # 39; before quickly embarking on a catch for his show
At the beginning of the week, Lorraine, usually sunny, could hardly bring herself to acknowledge having worked with McVey
There was an awkward laugh in both studios before Morgan added, "Ooh, if looks could kill."
The quarrel has since snowballed, with some suggesting that the Scottish TV presenter disapproves of the Liverpudlian member's position on LGBT rights and that Fiona Phillips claimed that the relationship between the two women was deteriorating when the member was mistakenly claiming have been promoted to present GMTV permanently.
Now, however, according to a friend quoted in the Express, 100 people from outside for conservative leaders believe that it is a Labor plot.
Former GMTV presenter, Fiona Phillips (left) and former broadcast political correspondent, Gloria Del Piero (right), were named members of the left-wing cabal.
Kate Garraway, presented here presenting an edition of GMTV with Eammon Holmes, completes the triumvirate implicated by a source close to McVey for his quarrel with Lorraine Kelly
A friend of Mrs. McVey told the newspaper: "GMTV was like a cabal of leftists with Fiona Phillips, Gloria of Piero and Kate Garrawy."
The former GMTV host, Fiona Phillips, a union activist, was nominated by the then Prime Minister, Gordon Brown, a peerage and a health minister.
Gloria De Piero, now a Labor MP, was a political correspondent for GMTV.
And former GMTV presenter Kate Garraway, who replaced Lorraine Kelly, is married to Derek Draper.
The claims of a "cabal of Labor" come after a difficult day for the former morning TV presenter.
In a disjointed discussion about misused foreign aid, with Iain Dale on the AMC radio, Ms. McVey said, "We know that some of this money is not being spent because we are in a hurry to spend it at the end of the year.
"We know that the places have their own, um, that it's about space programs, we actually know that ports have been built and that the tracks are in the wrong direction, what we are saying we are vulnerable … "
The interviewer interrupts to ask, "Where did this happen?"
She continued, "There are vulnerable people …"
He asked again, "Where did this happen?"
To which she replied: "Uh, well, well, it's on one of the continents, over, over, over, abroad."
Conservative MP Alan Duncan responded to the video, shared by the LBC, saying, "Waste. The track in question is in St. Helena. It was the DFID minister who built it – finished early, within budget and despite difficult wind conditions, it works well. It fulfills our legal obligations vis-à-vis a British overseas territory and therefore does not constitute "foreign aid". "