I’m a Government Minister…hold me accountable for my actions!’

Matt Hancock finally met his match in the latest episode of the popular reality TV programme, ‘I’m a Government Minister…hold me accountable for my actions!’

Having impressed many viewers with his ability to cope with spiders, snakes and scorpions, the one time Secretary of State for Creepy Crawlies, was last night once again selected to undertake one of the show’s famous challenges. But charged with running a government department proved just too terrifying for Matt. After just a couple of minutes, during which time those watching his performance looked on in abject horror, he could take it no longer and he chose to abandon the task. CCTV footage subsequently revealed him being consoled by a former aide.

The public are expected to vote him off the show at the next available opportunity.

Other tales of The Secretary of State for Health:

To read ‘I’m a GP…get me out of here!’, click here

To read ‘GPs are responsible – it’s time they went’, lick here

To read ‘At last…an explanation’, click here

To read ‘The Three Little GPs and the Big Bad Secretary of State for Health’, click here

And some more unlikely stories:

To read ‘Mr Benn – the GP’, click here

To read ‘A GP called Paddington’, click here

To read ‘Scooby Doo and the Deserted Medical Centre’, click here

To read ‘Dr Jonathan Harker and the post evening surgery home visit’, click here

To read ‘Bagpuss and the NHS’, click here

To read ‘A Dream of an Antiques Roadshow’, click here

To read ‘The NHS Emporium’, click here

To read ‘Mr McGregor’s Revenge – A Tale of Peter Rabbit’, click here

To read ‘Jeepy Leepy and the NHS’, click here

To read ‘Dr Wordle and the Mystery Diagnosis’, click here

To read ‘The Happy Practice – A Cautionary Tale’, click here

To read ‘The Scrooge Chronicles’, click here

To read ‘Jeeves and the Hormone Deficiency’, click here

To read ‘General Practices are Go!’, click here

To read ‘A Mission Impossible’, click here

To read ‘A Grimm Tale’, click here

To read ‘The General Practitioner – Endangered’, click here

To read ‘The State of Disrepair Shop’, click here

And finally, to read ‘General Practice – is time running out?’, a blog written following the resignation of Liz Truss as Prime Minister, click here

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