Biddulph MP spent just 70 nights in Northern Ireland
Karen Bradley spent around 12% of her time in Northern Ireland throughout her role as secretary of state, a freedom of information request has revealed.
The Staffordshire Moorlands MP held the Cabinet post from January 2017 until July this year, a period of 562 days, before being sacked from the position by Boris Johnson shortly after he became prime minister.
During this 562-day period, however, Mrs Bradley spent only 70 nights in the province, the Northern Ireland Office has confirmed following a freedom of information request made by the Belfast News Letter.
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