Tory MP William Wragg takes break attributable to despair and nervousness
- UK News
- November 30, 2021
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William Wragg has mentioned he’s taking a brief break from his duties as an MP as he’s affected by a interval of extreme despair and nervousness.
The Conservative MP for Hazel Grove, who’s chair of the general public administration committee, revealed his struggles in a press release on Twitter titled “banishing the black canine”.
He mentioned his employees would do their utmost to assist constituents who contact his workplace.
Wragg wrote: “I’ve lived with despair and nervousness for many of my grownup life. In the intervening time, each are extreme.
“I’m resisting the temptation to surrender fully. As such, I require a brief break. I do know that how I really feel is much from distinctive. I might say to anybody who feels equally, that they need to communicate to somebody they belief, search and settle for assist.”
He added: “Don’t assume those that are outwardly assured and profitable are with out doubts and despair”.