Lee Anderson is the latest Tory MP to end up on GB News.
The conservative party deputy chairman, known for his controversial takes on the cost of living crisis - and more recently for coming out in support of the death penalty - will get his own show, because why not?
In a statement after it was announced, he said: “GB News is the true voice of the Great British silent majority. I’m joining the people’s channel to ensure their voice is heard.”
Jacob Rees-Mogg, Esther McVey and Philip Davies are the other Tories who host shows on the channel.
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Conservative MP for Bishop Auckland, Dehenna Davison, also previously hosted a show on the channel until she joined Liz Truss’ cabinet in September last year.
GB News editorial director Michael Booker said: “Lee has been a breath of fresh air in Westminster since he was elected, doing something that many politicians are scared to do: talking honestly about what they believe.
“Our viewers and listeners appreciate his common-sense language, something that has been missing from politics for a long time. As the next election will be fought in the Red Wall, Lee’s insights into northern voters will be key.”
It comes after Anderson accused a family of abusing a food bank despite eating at McDonald's 'two or three' times a week.
The controversial deputy chairman has previously said people use foodbanks as a 'weekly shop'.
"One particular family I was helping, really helping, and they were going to the food bank two or three times a week", he said to fellow MPs who called it 'political cowardice'.
"Then, you know, I see them in McDonald's two or three times a week."
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