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Nadin Dolly tells MP to "wake up" after falling into a parody's Twitter account

Nadine Dorriesnow "wakes up" toLabor MP Wes Streetingafter responding to a parody. DirectedTwitterThe account believes it belongs to her. The account managed by

@Cassiesmyth pretended to be digital, culture,media, sports secretary, using her full name and a copy of her Twitter profile picture.

The spoofing account retweeted the resignation of Conservative Nicola Richards with the caption "I feel like no one wants to get up and work these days."

Richards tweeted to the Ministry of Transport of his resignation from his role as Parliamentary Secretary (PPS), stating that he could not serve "in the current situation."

Labor lawmaker Wes Streeting seemed to believe that the parody's account was a real Dolly, sharing a tweet and calling it "notable."

In the deleted tweet, Kage's Minister of Health and Social Welfare wrote:

"Notable. The Labor leaflet is written by Nadine, not by himself."

The real Nadindries replied: "Get up, Wes. This is the reported parody account. "

Streeting continued to recognize his mistakes, but added: In my defense, it's hard to distinguish between parody and reality ... "

Conservatives Jamie Wallis and Angela Richardson defend their colleagues in a deleted tweet and fall into the parody account. MP wasn't just about striking.

Wallis, MP of Bridgend and Porthcawl, writes: "Nikola is a devoted, hard-working MP, a trusted colleague, and a close friend.

" Responding to her resignation in such a way is under someone in your position.

"A terribly disappointed Nadine!"

Guildford and Clanley MP Richardson wrote:

"It's neither a necessary nor a constructive observation." I called it an "attack."

The parody account then changed her name to Cassie and deleted her profile picture.