Cheshire news Cheshire MP Esther McVey's 'embarrassing' video leaves many cringing MetiNews.Com
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Breaking News ! A Cheshire MP has left thousands of people cringing after posting an 'embarrassing' video on social media. Esther McVey, Conservative MP for Tatton, uploaded a clip to her Twitter page to promote her podcast - Blue Collar Conversatons But the MP was faced with thousands of comments of people expressing their embarrassment over the video. The clip, which was posted on Friday (July 31) featured Esther telling her listeners what they can expect from her new podcast episode. McVey goes on to say that she will be discussing the rise of people staying in the UK for the holidays this year and that she will be speaking to business owners about how they have adapted to the coronavirus pandemic. But the 40 second clip was compared to a 'terrible children's TV programme' as many blasted the way in which she chose to promote the podcast. In the video, McVey pretends to drive with a detached steering wheel in front of a green screen back drop, reports the Liverpool Echo. Read More Related Articles Furlough warning: UK facing jobs 'crisis' warning as scheme wind-down begins and businesses remain closed Read More Related Articles Latest roadworks and closures across Cheshire you need to be aware of this August Seemingly to illustrate how she would drive to a "UKation", McVey makes sure to accompany her monologue with arm movements that drivers would almost never make while behind the wheel of a car. And Twitter users reacted exactly how you would expect, by calling out the bizarre video and her podcast. Tudor Nicholson said: "This will come in useful in winter, when I can warm myself with the heat of burning embarrassment watching this.
." Alan Hughes added: "I genuinely thought it was a manipulated video for parody purposes. For all the latest news straight to your inbox please enter your postcode below
"I’ve never felt this embarrassed before about my government." A number of people even threatened to unfollow political reporter Liam Thorp who shared the video and said: "I had to watch this so now you have to as well." In response, on Twitter user said: "I can’t follow you anymore after you making me watch that." Kelly Tosh added: "I can’t believe my eyes. I thought this was a joke to start. I’ve had enough of their nonsense."
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