‘True Conservative’ Lord Frost fuels speculation he’ll ditch title for ‘proper politics’

Nile Gardiner, a foreign policy analyst and telegraph writer, made the comments on Twitter after having the “pleasure” of hosting Lord Frost at The Heritage Foundation in Washington DC. Mr Gardiner said Lord Frost had given a “fantastic” speech at the event in the US capital and that he had played an “important” role in “delivering Brexit”.

He said: “It’s a pleasure to host Lord Frost for a fantastic speech today at The Heritage Foundation in Washington DC.

“@DavidGHFrost is a true conservative who played an important role in delivering Brexit.

“As Margaret Thatcher imagined, Britain is once again a sovereign nation.”

It comes when the former Brexit minister admitted that he was ready to run for a seat in the lower house during a GB News interview with Nigel Farage.

But the comrade turned down an offer from the leaders of the former Brexit party to run in the upcoming by-elections in Tiverton and Honiton.

A by-election is expected this summer in the Devon seat provided by Neil Parish.

Mr Parish quit after being banned from watching pornography while on the Commons while surfing the internet on his phone for tractors.

Lord Frost told the former UKIP leader that the House of Lords was not a “brilliant place” to do “real politics”.

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“But if the opportunity arises in the future and the party wants me to do it, then of course I would be ready to go down from the seat and do proper politics again.”

Lord Frost also blew up foreign officials who still regret Brexit, six years after the referendum.

He said: “I think it is still there, it has definitely weakened since 2016, people have got used to the idea.

“I think that what people have difficulty with now in the government and in the public administration is that they did not have to think about when we were in the EU.

“Now, all of a sudden, our fate is in their own hands, and they hesitate a little bit, it probably underscores some of the problems we have at the moment.”

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