Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham has joked that he will hold a special night at the Warehouse Project, a live music venue for Conservative MP Michael Gove.
Mr Gove, the new secretary for Leveling Up, Housing and Communities, is due in Manchester next week for the Conservative Party conference, where Mr Burnham is expected to present ministers with a proposed “leveling-up” deal for Greater Manchester.
Manchester’s mayor has said he will seek government support for a package, including the establishment of a London-style public transport system, when ministers visit the city next week.
He also joked that he would make sure Mr. Gove had the opportunity to dance, adding: “We’re very excited to impress the new community secretary so we’re going to have a special Warehouse Project hacienda night.” “
The 54-year-old was seen practicing his dance moves and waving his arms in time for the music at the Aberdeen Techno Nightclub in August.
A video of a Tory cabinet minister in a suit, dressed in a suit, danced energetically at Bohemia, a techno club in the Scottish city of Bohemia. Whatmore, Mr Gove, who hails from the city, apparently bought drinks for fellow clubs throughout the night.
Elsewhere in Brighton, Labor MPs conceded defeat at their convention in East Sussex City. London Mayor Sadiq Khan DJed at the Prism Club for a Jamaican night, organized by former Shadow Equality Minister Don Butler.
Mr Khan used his chance on deck to mock Mr Gove, telling the packed event: “The best place in Brighton this conference week is Don Butler’s Jamaican party.” informed of daily Mail.
“I want to tell you that I saw Michael Gove come to Brighton because Michael Gove loves to dance,” he said.
“So don’t be surprised if you see Michael Gove here.”
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