Matt Hancock Faces Public Humiliation as Jacob Rees-Mogg’s Son Calls Out Cheating Scandal

Matt Hancock Faces Public Humiliation as Jacob Rees-Mogg’s Son Calls Out Cheating Scandal

In an unexpected twist during a speech at Eton schoolboys, former health secretary Matt Hancock faced public humiliation when 16-year-old Peter Rees-Mogg, son of Conservative backbencher Sir Jacob Rees-Mogg, called him out for cheating on his wife.

The incident unfolded as Hancock made a jibe about Sir Jacob’s political abilities, unaware that Peter was present among the audience.

Cheating Joke Backfires: Peter Rees-Mogg Defends Father’s Honor

Responding to Hancock’s quip, Peter Rees-Mogg seized the opportunity during the Q&A session, boldly asserting his father’s greatness both in public and private.

He specifically highlighted Sir Jacob’s loyalty to his wife, turning the tables on Hancock’s attempt at humor. Sir Jacob commended his son’s courage and loyalty in challenging a senior figure in such a public setting.

Hancock’s Response and Evening’s Atmosphere

A friend of Matt Hancock insisted that he ‘thoroughly enjoyed’ the evening, describing it as an exchange with impressive boys.

Despite the awkward turn of events, Hancock appeared to take the incident in stride.

The unexpected confrontation sheds light on Hancock’s past, notably his 2021 affair with aide Gina Coladangelo, which became public while he served as health secretary during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Political Intervention: Peter Rees-Mogg’s Previous Engagements

Peter Rees-Mogg has not shied away from political involvement, previously urging Reform UK leader Richard Tice not to run a candidate against his father in an upcoming election.

Additionally, he contributed to his father’s State of the Nation program on GB News, challenging the presentation of ‘basic facts’ about World War Two. This latest intervention at Eton underscores the teenager’s willingness to engage in political discourse.

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