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Why Matt Hancock’s private life is very much in the public interest

By Polly Rippon, University Teacher in Journalism, University of Sheffield
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The Sun newspaper’s publication of images from Matt Hancock’s office inside the UK Department of Health, which appear to show him in a “steamy clinch” with a colleague has created a political stir, but has also once again raised the issue of privacy from press intrusion.

Allegations regarding the health secretary’s relationship with a university friend and aide, Gina Coladangelo, were featured on the front page of the newspaper and went viral within minutes of publication online.

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