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The relationship of the British Minister of Health with his help provokes a crisis.. Hancock apologizes for breaching the distance


A new crisis faced by British Health Secretary Matt Hancock, after it was revealed that he had an affair with his appointed assistant. Hancock admitted breaking the rules of Covid after he was photographed hugging his assistant, but he refused to tender his resignation.


 According to the Telegraph, Hancock held his position today after reports that he was linked to his assistant, Gina Coladingello, at the Department of Health and Social Care.


 "I accept that I violated the rules of social distancing in these circumstances," Hancock said. "I remain focused on working to get the country out of this pandemic, and I will be grateful for the privacy of my family on this personal matter," he continued.


 The Telegraph says that what makes Hancock's defense more difficult is that he said last year that Professor Neil Ferguson was right to resign from his job as a government adviser after the newspaper revealed that he broke the rules of the closure in order to meet his girlfriend.


A former Conservative minister called Johnson for Hancock to be ousted in order to avoid a repeat of his former adviser, Dominic Cummings, when Johnson was damaged politically for failing to fire his top adviser for violating lockdown rules.


The footage showed Hancock, 42, accepting his help, Gina, 43, and the Sun newspaper revealed the photos and indicated that Hancock had appointed Gina to help him with taxpayer money. Hancock canceled a scheduled visit to a vaccination site on Friday after the photos were published.


This comes after difficult weeks for Hancock after it was revealed that Johnson said he was miserable during the first wave of the Corona epidemic last year.


It is worth noting that Hancock is married and has three children, and his assistant is also married and has three children, and some reports claimed that Hancock's wife, Marta, left the house this morning.

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