Matt Hancock video latest – Gina Coladangelo's husband's AGONY as she dumps him for love rat former Health Secretary

MATT Hancock’s wife Martha has been battling long Covid after catching it from her husband before his affair was exposed, according to reports.

She had thought their marriage was “happy and stable” and was even Facebook friends with her husband’s lover, it emerged on Monday night.

Hancock was seen kissing her in video footage at the Department of Health’s London HQ during office hours last month as the mutant strain began spreading.

The disgraced former Health Secretary, 42, resigned on Saturday after The Sun revealed his affair with aide Gina Coladangelo, 43. 

Martha, 44, had no idea that her husband of 15 years was having an affair until he broke the news on Thursday night and announced their marriage was over. 

The Sunday Times reported that she had been suffering from long Covid, believed to be a result of her catching the virus from her husband.

Read our Matt Hancock blog below for the latest news and updates…

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    TORY OUTRAGE

    Matt Hancock has faced calls from disgruntled Tories in his West Suffolk constituency to stand down as an MP following the affair scandal.

    Cllr Ian Houlder, a Tory councillor at West Suffolk Council, told the Telegraph that he has personally written to the local association chairman.

    He’s urged the group to de-select Hancock before the next election.

    A fuming Cllr Houlder has also slammed the MP directly in a letter, telling him off about his “hypocrisy”.

    Cllr Houlder told the paper: “I am furious. I do not include his personal affair, which in anybody’s mind is quite sordid, but he has been standing up there for a year pontificating to everybody in the country… that’s what I found really contemptible.

    “Think of people who haven’t been able to bury their mothers or fathers – there he is just groping away, hands everywhere, tongues everywhere, out of his bubble.”

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    ‘BEYOND THE PALE’

    Shamed Matt Hancock is facing his final humiliation as furious constituents plot to boot him out of Parliament.

    One fuming Tory councillor sent a stinging letter to the disgraced love rat – and another to the local party demanding he is axed as the MP.

    On Sunday morning Tory councillor Ian Houlder wrote to the local Conservative Party chair ripping into the current MP.

    In the letter shared with The Sun he wrote: “As chair of the WSCA (West Suffolk Conservative Association) it will fall to you and the Association Officers to ask Matt Hancock to stand down as our MP.

    “His behaviour has been beyond the pale, his honour, integrity and honesty, should he have any, trashed beyond redemption.”

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    NO COVERT OP

    CCTV in Matt Hancock’s office was “no secret” and the shamed minister knew it was there when he cheated on his wife, an MP says.

    Downing Street has dismissed claims the camera could have been planted to capture the ex-Health Secretary’s clinch with Gina Coladangelo.

    The Sun revealed footage on Friday of cheating Hancock breaking lockdown rules in his office in Westminster.

    Cabinet Office Minister Julia Lopez has now said the recording was “not covert” and was operated by the Department of Health.

    The MP also said responsibility for security was down to the department rather than planted by a rogue staff member.

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    HOW DID MATT HANCOCK MEET HIS MISTRESS?

    The ties that bind cheating minister Matt Hancock to his mistress date back more than 20 years.

    The Health Secretary, now 42, first met high-flying Gina Coladangelo when they were both undergraduates at Oxford University in the late 1990s.

    It was there that another young student also caught Hancock’s eye — his future wife, Martha.

    However it was his closeness to glamorous Gina that would set tongues wagging.

    Friends say the pair were “inseparable” while working together on the university’s student radio station Oxygen FM.

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    UNI CRUSH

    Gina Coladangelo was “out of Matt Hancock’s league” and the former Health Secretary was “not destined for greatness”, according to an old university friend of the pair.

    Mr Hancock, 42, sensationally quit as Health Secretary after his secret affair with aide Ms Coladangelo was exposed by The Sun.

    Maxie Allen – who was a programme co-ordinator at Oxygen during that time – said Mr Hancock was “not someone you would mark out as destined for greatness”.

    Mr Allen told the Sunday Mirror: “[Ms Coladangelo] struck me as someone who would get what they want. He’s done well.

    “This wouldn’t have happened if he wasn’t the Health Secretary and she wasn’t lobbying, that is blatantly obvious to anyone who knew them back then.

    “Gina was very glamorous, very nice and very good looking – all the young men held a candle for her. She was suave, composed and elegant. Most men would have given their right arm to go out with her.”

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    NO COVERT OP

    CCTV in Matt Hancock’s office was “no secret” and the shamed minister knew it was there when he cheated on his wife, an MP says.

    Downing Street has dismissed claims the camera could have been planted to capture the ex-Health Secretary’s clinch with Gina Coladangelo.

    The Sun revealed footage on Friday of cheating Hancock breaking lockdown rules in his office in Westminster.

    Cabinet Office Minister Julia Lopez has now said the recording was “not covert” and was operated by the Department of Health.

    The MP also said responsibility for security was down to the department rather than planted by a rogue staff member.

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    NO HAN OUT

    Matt Hancock will reportedly NOT accept £16,000 in severance pay after quitting in disgrace over his fling with Gina Coladangelo.

    The Health Secretary, 42, resigned amid mounting pressure over images of him kissing and cuddling the aide in breach of Covid restrictions.

    And despite admitting he had "let down" millions who had made painful sacrifices during the pandemic he is, in theory, eligible for thousands of pounds.

    However, the Daily Telegraph understands Mr Hancock will not take the severance payments.

    Any decisions to take severance pay outs are published in annual parliamentary accounts – so the actual answer may not be known until next summer.

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    CAN MATT HANCOCK BE REMOVED AS AN MP?(CONTINUED)

    Other than dying or going to prison for more than a year, the only way for an MP to leave office mid-term is if they are booted out by their constituents.

    Under a law passed in 2015 constituents have a right to trigger a recall vote if their MP has been sentenced to a less than a year in prison or have been found guilty of serious wrongdoing by the courts or by parliament.

    The recall vote is triggered if 10 per cent of eligible voters in the constituency sign a petition within a six-week period. If that is successful it triggers a by-election – but the MP is still allowed to run again.

    The law has been used successfully to remove Labour’s Fiona Onasanya and the Conservative’s Chris Davies.

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    CAN MATT HANCOCK BE REMOVED AS AN MP?

    While Matt Hancock resigned as Health Secretary on June 26, 2021, he remains as the MP for West Suffolk.

    He became an MP in May 2010 with a majority of 23,194 replacing Richard Strong in the position.

    MPs can resign – or be sacked – from the Cabinet with a letter to the Prime Minister but they cannot technically resign as MPs due to law passed forbidding it in 1624.

    As they are supposed to only stand down at the next election, MPs who want to leave office during a parliamentary term must accept one of two powerless, unpaid crown appointments called Steward and Bailiff of the Chiltern Hundreds or Steward and Bailiff of the Manor of Northstead.

    The current Steward and Bailiff of the Chiltern Hundreds is Tracy Brabin who stood down after winning the West Yorkshire mayoral race in May – triggering the Batley and Spen by-election.

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    'BEYOND THE PALE' (CONTINUED)

    Houlder – recently barred by lockdown from attending a loved-one's funeral – excoriated Mr Hancock for the sheer hypocrisy of telling Brits to follow the rules "whilst doing the complete opposite himself."

    He has also written to Mr Hancock's Commons office, blasting: "If you have a shred of integrity or honour you would resign without delay."

    The withering Tory added: "Do the residents of West Suffolk a favour and stand down."

    He told The Sun he has spoken to others who share his anger and has written to the chair of the council to list the scandal on the agenda at the next meeting.

    It is tricky to turf out an MP during a parliament – but they can be deselected as the candidate ahead of the next election.

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    'BEYOND THE PALE'

    Shamed Matt Hancock is facing his final humiliation as furious constituents plot to boot him out of Parliament.

    One fuming Tory councillor sent a stinging letter to the disgraced love rat – and another to the local party demanding he is axed as the MP.

    On Sunday morning Tory councillor Ian Houlder wrote to the local Conservative Party chair ripping into the current MP.

    In the letter shared with The Sun he wrote: "As chair of the WSCA (West Suffolk Conservative Association) it will fall to you and the Association Officers to ask Matt Hancock to stand down as our MP.

    "His behaviour has been beyond the pale, his honour, integrity and honesty, should he have any, trashed beyond redemption."

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    UNI CRUSH

    Gina Coladangelo was “out of Matt Hancock’s league” and the former Health Secretary was “not destined for greatness”, according to an old university friend of the pair.

    Mr Hancock, 42, sensationally quit as Health Secretary after his secret affair with aide Ms Coladangelo was exposed by The Sun.

    Maxie Allen – who was a programme co-ordinator at Oxygen during that time – said Mr Hancock was “not someone you would mark out as destined for greatness”.

    Mr Allen told the Sunday Mirror: “[Ms Coladangelo] struck me as someone who would get what they want. He’s done well.

    “This wouldn’t have happened if he wasn’t the Health Secretary and she wasn’t lobbying, that is blatantly obvious to anyone who knew them back then.

    “Gina was very glamorous, very nice and very good looking – all the young men held a candle for her. She was suave, composed and elegant. Most men would have given their right arm to go out with her.”

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    PRESSURE MOUNTS ON LORD BETHELL OVER USE OF PERSONAL EMAIL ACCOUNT

    Health minister Lord Bethell faced fresh calls to resign over his use of a personal email account rather than official communication channels.

    Downing Street acknowledged Lord Bethell was using a private email address but suggested that was allowed within the rules, while the peer insisted he had done nothing wrong.

    Both the minister and his former boss Matt Hancock have faced claims that they used their private accounts to discuss government business during the pandemic, including potential coronavirus contracts.

    Lord Bethell insisted he sought to uphold the ministerial code “in everything I do” as he was questioned by peers.

    Pressed by Tory peer and former Boris Johnson aide Lord Udny-Lister if he “routinely” uses his private email, Lord Bethell said: “In terms of the use of private email can I just reassure members that I have read the ministerial code, I have signed the ministerial code and I seek to uphold it in everything I do.”

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    OH GEE NAH

    Jacob Rees-Mogg waded into the Matt Hancock row today and suggested the ex-Health Secretary SHOULD have declared his relationship with lover Gina Coladangelo.

    Speaking to Conservative Home’s podcast about The Sun’s scoop about Mr Hancock and the Department for Health executive, he said it was only proper that officials knew about it.

    While Mr Hancock served as Health Secretary, Ms Coladangelo was a non-executive director at the Department for Health – in a role which was paid £15,000 a year from the public purse.

    When grilled on the affair and whether it was properly declared, he said in a stinging rebuke: “If a minister appointed his wife as a non-executive director, you’d hope the Cabinet Office would know.

    “What did the lady in question bring [to the role]? I don’t know, but there was a process for her appointment… to make sure people have the qualifications to carry out their role.”

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    FRIEND REQUEST

    Matt Hancock’s wife Martha thought their marriage was “happy and stable” and was even Facebook friends with her husband’s lover.

    The disgraced former Health Secretary resigned on Saturday after The Sun revealed his affair with aide Gina Coladangelo.

    Martha had no idea that her husband of 15 years was having an affair until he broke the news on Thursday night and announced their marriage was over. 

    Family friends told the Daily Mail that the revelation had come as a shock to Martha, who believed the marriage was “happy and stable” and had no suspicions over Coladangelo. 

    Like her husband, she had met Coladangelo at Oxford University – and the pair were friends on Facebook. 

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    MATT HANCOCK’S MISTRESS GINA COLADANGELO DUMPS HUSBAND OLIVER TRESS FOR RELATIONSHIP WITH SHAMED EX-MINISTER

    Matt Hancock will try to turn his affair with his aide Gina Coladangelo into a proper relationship, her friends claim.

    The ousted Health Secretary quit on his wife Martha last week after 15 years and is now understood to be living with his lover.

    Gina, 43, has called time on her own 12-year marriage with Oliver Tress after her affair was exposed. Oliver, 54, the millionaire Oliver Bonas founder, is said to be “devastated” by the shock revelations, as family pals confirmed the split.

    Gina was last seen loading her £70,000 Audi outside the pair’s £3.6million home just hours before news of her affair with boss Matt broke last Friday.

    A neighbour in Wandsworth, South West London, said: “Gina and Matt are giving it a proper go and Olly was left reeling. They had lots of friends here so we are all trying to help look after Olly.”

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    BACK HAN

    Matt Hancock is planning a dramatic political comeback ALREADY after quitting in disgrace over his affair with Gina Coladangelo, according to a report.

    Friends of the shamed former health minister say he hopes to “re-emerge” later this year after The Sun exposed his steamy clinch with his married aide.

    But the MP for West Suffolk is now plotting a return to politics in the near future, according to the Daily Mail.

    A pal told the newspaper: “He blames himself for everything – this is no one else’s fault.

    “For now, his children are his priority and he is going to take some time away.

    “But he knows he has to re-emerge at some point. It is going to be a long way back – he knows that – but he is going to try.”

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    HOW DID MATT HANCOCK MEET HIS MISTRESS?

    The ties that bind cheating minister Matt Hancock to his mistress date back more than 20 years.

    The Health Secretary, now 42, first met high-flying Gina Coladangelo when they were both undergraduates at Oxford University in the late 1990s.

    It was there that another young student also caught Hancock’s eye — his future wife, Martha.

    However it was his closeness to glamorous Gina that would set tongues wagging.

    Friends say the pair were “inseparable” while working together on the university’s student radio station Oxygen FM.

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    LABOUR ASKS WHY MATT HANCOCK WAS ABLE TO CONDUCT GOVERNMENT BUSINESS OVER PRIVATE EMAIL

    Labour’s deputy leader Angela Rayner has challenged the Government in the House of Commons over reports Matt Hancock may have conducted government business over private emails.

    The disgraced former Health Secretary is alleged to have avoided disclosure laws by using his private email to refer a contractor for lucrative Covid contracts.

    The Sunday Times reported that minutes of meetings revealed that Mr Hancock had been using a private email address since March 2020, which meant that key decisions and their reasoning were not recorded or could be difficult to access for any future inquiry into the handling of coronavirus.

    Hancock has denied any wrongdoing.

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    ROW IGNITES QUESTIONS OVER PM’S CONDUCT

    The row over Matt Hancock’s use of a private email account has led to questions for Boris Johnson over his own communications.

    Former health secretary Mr Hancock has been accused of using a private Gmail account to conduct government business, something denied by No 10.

    But the Prime Minister was targeted by Labour after refusing to be drawn on whether he also used a personal email account for work purposes.

    “I don’t comment on how I conduct Government business,” Mr Johnson said.

    “But I can tell you that we in this Government are getting on with focusing on the people’s priorities.”

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    HOW DID MATT HANCOCK MEET HIS MISTRESS?

    The ties that bind cheating minister Matt Hancock to his mistress date back more than 20 years.

    The Health Secretary, now 42, first met high-flying Gina Coladangelo when they were both undergraduates at Oxford University in the late 1990s.

    It was there that another young student also caught Hancock’s eye — his future wife, Martha.

    However it was his closeness to glamorous Gina that would set tongues wagging.

    Friends say the pair were “inseparable” while working together on the university’s student radio station Oxygen FM.

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    UNI CRUSH

    Gina Coladangelo was “out of Matt Hancock’s league” and the former Health Secretary was “not destined for greatness”, according to an old university friend of the pair.

    Mr Hancock, 42, sensationally quit as Health Secretary after his secret affair with aide Ms Coladangelo was exposed by The Sun.

    Maxie Allen – who was a programme co-ordinator at Oxygen during that time – said Mr Hancock was “not someone you would mark out as destined for greatness”.

    Mr Allen told the Sunday Mirror: “[Ms Coladangelo] struck me as someone who would get what they want. He’s done well.

    “This wouldn’t have happened if he wasn’t the Health Secretary and she wasn’t lobbying, that is blatantly obvious to anyone who knew them back then.

    “Gina was very glamorous, very nice and very good looking – all the young men held a candle for her. She was suave, composed and elegant. Most men would have given their right arm to go out with her.”

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    TORY OUTRAGE

    Matt Hancock has faced calls from disgruntled Tories in his West Suffolk constituency to stand down as an MP following the affair scandal.

    Cllr Ian Houlder, a Tory councillor at West Suffolk Council, told the Telegraph that he has personally written to the local association chairman.

    He’s urged the group to de-select Hancock before the next election.

    A fuming Cllr Houlder has also slammed the MP directly in a letter, telling him off about his “hypocrisy”.

    Cllr Houlder told the paper: “I am furious. I do not include his personal affair, which in anybody’s mind is quite sordid, but he has been standing up there for a year pontificating to everybody in the country… that’s what I found really contemptible.

    “Think of people who haven’t been able to bury their mothers or fathers – there he is just groping away, hands everywhere, tongues everywhere, out of his bubble.”

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    HOW DID MATT HANCOCK MEET HIS MISTRESS?

    The ties that bind cheating minister Matt Hancock to his mistress date back more than 20 years.

    The Health Secretary, now 42, first met high-flying Gina Coladangelo when they were both undergraduates at Oxford University in the late 1990s.

    It was there that another young student also caught Hancock’s eye — his future wife, Martha.

    However it was his closeness to glamorous Gina that would set tongues wagging.

    Friends say the pair were “inseparable” while working together on the university’s student radio station Oxygen FM.

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    FRIEND REQUEST

    Matt Hancock’s wife Martha thought their marriage was “happy and stable” and was even Facebook friends with her husband’s lover.

    The disgraced former Health Secretary resigned on Saturday after The Sun revealed his affair with aide Gina Coladangelo.

    Martha had no idea that her husband of 15 years was having an affair until he broke the news on Thursday night and announced their marriage was over. 

    Family friends told the Daily Mail that the revelation had come as a shock to Martha, who believed the marriage was “happy and stable” and had no suspicions over Coladangelo. 

    Like her husband, she had met Coladangelo at Oxford University – and the pair were friends on Facebook. 

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