Ex-Neighbours star Holly Valance backs Jacob Rees-Mogg to be PM
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Blog section released on 6th February 2024 at 6:29 PM Greenwich Mean Time. Blog section updated on the same day at 8:30 PM GMT.
Former Neighbours actor Holly Valance surprised many today as she expressed her strong support for the Conservative Right at the launching event of a new section of the party.
The lady aged 40, who later started a career in pop music after acting in an Australian soap opera, went to an event in the center of London to listen to top-level members of the Conservative party.
Valance and her wealthy spouse Nick Candy were present at the introduction of the 'Mainstream Conservatism' collective.
The duo heard talks from former prime minister Liz Truss, ex-business secretary Sir Jacob Rees-Mogg, and well-known MP for the 'Red Wall' area, Lee Anderson.
Valance shared her thoughts after the event, stating that she had grown fond of the Tory Right after dismissing ideas from the 'lefties' that she considered to be useless previously in her life.
The woman who is a mother of two criticized those who raise the alarm about climate change and expressed her worries about the current state of affairs in the country.
She additionally conveyed her desire for Sir Jacob to hold the position of Prime Minister and praised Mr Anderson, who is often referred to as '30p Lee' because of his previous statements on individuals who use food banks, as 'remarkable'.
Former Neighbours actress Holly Valance unexpectedly displayed her enthusiastic backing for the Conservative Right at the unveiling of a fresh faction within the party.
Valance and her spouse, Nick Candy who is a real estate magnate, graced the event held for the introduction of the 'well-liked conservativism' team.
A faction called the 'PopCons' has emerged, consisting of supporters of former Prime Minister Liz Truss. This group's mission is to overhaul the United Kingdom, creating an environment that fosters the growth of conservative principles.
Valance said that she would like for Sir Jacob Rees-Mogg, who used to be the business secretary and spoke at today's event, to become the Prime Minister.
The ex-performer, who pursued a music career following her time on Neighbours, praised Lee Anderson, the MP for Ashfield, describing him as 'amazing'.
Valance played the role of Felicity 'Flick' Scully in the television series Neighbours.
Allies of Ms. Truss have come together to create a group called 'PopCons' to promote conservative ideals and change the way Britain operates. The main objective is to establish a better environment for conservative values to flourish.
During a recent interview with GB News, Valance shared that she was eager to attend the launch event this morning in order to hear some great suggestions.
As an ex-actress, I am a regular person who shares the concern of the people in our nation about the current state of affairs.
I have concerns and anxieties about raising my two children, especially when it comes to what they might inherit from us. As a result, I am eager to attend and learn from anyone who can offer valuable insights and solutions to this matter.
According to her, people begin their political journey as left-leaning individuals but eventually switch sides after experiencing the realities of financial stability, entrepreneurship, and homeownership. They come to the realization that left-wing ideologies are flawed and therefore move towards the right side of the spectrum.
Today's speakers were amazing. I found Liz's speech to be extremely captivating and Jacob would make a great Prime Minister.
Mr. Anderson, the Member of Parliament representing Ashfield, has left a remarkable impression on me. I admire his Northern demeanor, blunt communication style, and sound reasoning.
When Mr. Anderson spoke at the 'PopCon' launch, he claimed that the Net Zero emissions plan of the Government is not a priority for the British people.
Valance seemed to be in accordance with the viewpoint of the Conservative Member of Parliament, as she expressed to the television news network: "In my opinion, the situation regarding the climate - whether present or absent - is not an urgent matter."
The quality of air has improved compared to my childhood days. Back then, the streets used to emanate a foul smell making it unpleasant to take a walk.
We require energy that is cleaner and more affordable, and it is possible for us to obtain it and make use of it.
However, we are simply imposing various limitations on regular individuals who are merely attempting to conduct their affairs and commute to work, collect their offspring from educational institutions, and purchase groceries.
It's completely crazy, it feels as if you're repeatedly hitting your head against a wall every single day.