Matt Hancock spotted reliving his uni days as he dances with students in nightclub | The Sun

Matt Hancock spotted reliving his uni days as he dances with students in nightclub | The Sun

FORMER Health Secretary Matt Hancock has been spotted reliving his university days by dancing with students at a nightclub.

The MP, 43, was seen grinning while bopping with clubbers in Oxford on a night out with old uni friends on Saturday.


In one clip the West Suffolk MP can be seen boogieing to ‘I Want You Back’ by the Jackson Five at the Atik nightclub where he partied until 2am.

A source told The Sun: "Matt was clearly having a great time in there, reliving his old uni days."

A spokesperson for Matt Hancock said: "Matt always likes to stay in step with the public."

Former Oxford University PPE student Hancock was forced to resign after The Sun revealed his secret affair with his aide Gina Coladangelo during Covid.

It was at Oxford University that he met Gina.

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The scandal sparked a massive public outcry and he eventually quit.

But last week, it was revealed that the ambitious ex minister – who split from his wife- is being tipped for a shock return to the Cabinet.

Boris Johnson is considering using Oliver Dowden’s bombshell departure as Tory Party chairman to overhaul his top team.

And senior sources suggested the former Health Secretary could end up back at the Cabinet table.

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They told The Sun: “You can never write him off.”

Pledging his loyalty to Boris, Hancock told Times Radio that he backs the PM and the party needs to "pull together" for a general election.

Party sources said Boris is in no rush to appoint a successor to Mr Dowden.


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