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British Conservative politician

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Matt Hancock: British Conservative politician
Matthew John David Hancock is a British politician serving as Secretary of State for Health and Social Care since 2018. A member of the Conservative Party, he has been the Member of Parliament (MP) for West Suffolk since 2010.

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Tory minister accused of 'whitesplaining' Islamophobia to senior Muslim Conservative Sayeeda Warsi

Matt Hancock sparks row for claiming other Conservatives took 'more balanced approach' than Tory peer
Independent - Published

Tories still to decide on approach to social care crisis that ruined Theresa May's election campaign, health secretary admits

Matt Hancock will not commit to a cap on bills, saying: 'I'm not going to get into the details of it'
Independent - Published

There is no good reason to delay Brexit - UK health minister

British health minister Matt Hancock said on Sunday that there was no good reason to delay Britain's exit from the European Union and the country would leave the bloc as scheduled on Oct. 31.
Reuters - Published

Matt Hancock urged to apologise for 'disgraceful' defence of Boris Johnson over groping allegations

PM has 'never lectured people about their private lives', says health secretary
Independent - Published

Vaccinations could be made compulsory for schoolchildren, says health secretary

Matt Hancock says there is a 'strong argument' for mandatory jabs
Independent - Published

UK health minister: I accept the law but it could be challenged

British health minister Matt Hancock said on Sunday he accepted the law but that did not mean it shouldn't be challenged, when asked about legislation that could force the government to ask the..
Reuters - Published

No-deal Brexit 'may well happen': British health minister

British health minister Matt Hancock said on Sunday the country "may well" leave the European Union without a deal.
Reuters - Published

Government to invest £130m in tech to treat cancer, dementia and Parkinson's

'We've got to bring NHS technology into the twenty first century,' says health secretary Matt Hancock
Independent - Published

Parliament can no longer block no-deal Brexit, senior Tory insists

Matt Hancock said no-one inside government is talking about an early general election
Independent - Published

UK's Johnson will not form pact with Brexit Party: health minister

Incoming British prime minister Boris Johnson will not form an electoral pact with the Brexit Party or seek an early election to gain stronger parliamentary backing for his Brexit plans, health..
Reuters - Published

Boris Johnson will never forge alliance with Nigel Farage to deliver no-deal Brexit, says key supporter

'There is no way we are going to have any kind of electoral pact with the Brexit party', Matt Hancock insists - after Farage's latest offer
Independent - Published

UK health minister say Britain needs to reset ties with U.S.

Britain needs to reset its relationship with the United States following a diplomatic spat with Donald Trump, health minister Matt Hancock said on Wednesday, as he failed to give his full backing to..
Reuters - Published

Boris Johnson gets boost in race to become Britain's new PM

Boris Johnson got a boost in his campaign to replace British Prime Minister Theresa May on Monday when one of his former rivals and EU supporter Matt Hancock backed him saying he was almost certain to..
Reuters - Published

Conservative leadership race – live: Boris Johnson set to dodge hustings despite ridicule from Jeremy Hunt for ducking TV debate

Matt Hancock backs former foreign secretary as Rory Stewart gains momentum
Independent - Published

UK's Matt Hancock backs Boris Johnson in leadership bid: Sunday Times

UK Health Minister Matt Hancock said he is backing Boris Johnson "as the best candidate" to lead the Conservative Party and become the next prime minister.
Reuters - Published

UK health minister Hancock pulls out of contest to be next prime minister

Health minister Matt Hancock pulled out of the contest to be the next British prime minister on Friday, leaving six candidates remaining in the fight to replace Theresa May.
Reuters - Published

Matt Hancock drops out of Tory leadership race after trailing in first round of votes

Matt Hancock has dropped out of the Tory leadership race after trailing behind his rivals in the first round of votes.
Independent - Published

UK PM candidate Hancock mulling end to campaign: BBC

British health minister Matt Hancock is considering whether to abandon his campaign to succeed Prime Minister Theresa May as leader of the Conservative Party, and may announce a decision on Friday, the..
Reuters - Published

UK PM candidate Hancock asks: Why should Boris Johnson avoid public scrutiny?

Matt Hancock, one of the candidates vying to succeed British Prime Minister Theresa May, said other candidates such as favorite Boris Johnson should open themselves up to public scrutiny.
Reuters - Published

Tory leadership contest: Hopefuls vie for spotlight ahead of ballot

Jeremy Hunt, Dominic Raab and Matt Hancock launch their campaigns, as the deadline for entrants looms.
BBC News - Published

UK PM candidate Hancock says he would not allow parliament to be suspended for Brexit

British health minister Matt Hancock, one of the candidates to replace prime minister Theresa May as prime minister, said he would not allow parliament to be suspended to allow Brexit to occur on Oct...
Reuters - Published

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