Politics 13 September 2013 My job application to be Nadine Dorries' daughter I would like to be considered for the role of Nadine Dorries' other daughter. Sign up for our weekly email * Print HTML Dear Sir/Madam, I was excited to learn that Nadine Dorries employs her daughter on a salary of £30,000 to £34,999 as "senior secretary" - this according to the MPs' expenses for 2012/13 published on 12 September by the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority. I would like to offer my services as Nadine Dorries' other daughter. I cannot think of a role that would help me stand out more in my future career. As Nadine Dorries herself retweeted yesterday: @NadineDorriesMP I don't think you need to justify - if I could employ children over others, would. Trustworthy, no conflict and fab ;-) September 12, 2013 To date I have had 27 years experience in a similar (daughter) role, working my way up from a starting salary of 50p a week. But for a while now I have been taking on outside work to supplement my earnings, which have become increasingly sparse and unpredictable. I believe I have all the key skills you are looking for. Key Skills: 1. Being Nadine Dorries' daughter Cards on the table here: I am not Nadine Dorries' daughter. However, I'd like to make the case that I am. Please don't stop reading! Let me start by quoting Nadine Dorries herself, talking about her blog in 2010, after an MP standards watchdog criticised it for misleading constituents: My blog is 70 per cent fiction and 30 per cent fact. It is written as a tool to enable my constituents to know me better and to reassure them of my commitment to Mid Bedfordshire. As a living thing, I share at least 30 per cent genetic material with Nadine Dorries. If not more! This will reassure you of my commitment to being Nadine Dorries' daughter, both within Mid Bedfordshire and further afield. 2. Having been given birth to by Nadine Dorries Ok, so I was not - technically - given birth to by Nadine Dorries. But I don't think this is a serious problem! Indeed, to quote Nadine Dorries, talking about her blog in 2010: I rely heavily on poetic licence and frequently replace one place name/event/fact with another. In this spirit: I was totally/ given birth to/ by Nadine Dorries/ What rhymes with Dorries?/ (Porridge) 3. Being biologically related to Nadine Dorries, in that she is my mother If I am being completely honest: I am not in any way biologically related to Nadine Dorries, and she is not my mother. OR IS SHE? According to the Bedfordshire News in 2010, Nadine Dorries said she was prevented from telling the complete truth on her blog on police advice, in order to prevent unwanted attention, and to protect her staff and family. What I'm saying is, things are not always as they seem. And sometimes, the truth is hidden for a reason. 4. Tweeting According to the Mirror, Nadine Dorries' third daughter, Cassie, ran her mother's Twitter account during Nadine's spell in Australia - for a £40,000 fee. For a similar reward package, I could also do this. I hope to hear from you very soon, Best wishes, Martha Gill › Osborne won the battle on austerity, now Labour must look to the future Nadine Dorries. Photograph: Getty Images Martha Gill writes the weekly Irrational Animals column. You can follow her on Twitter here: @Martha_Gill. Subscribe from just £1 per issue More Related articles Douglas Carswell leaves Ukip to become independent MP Labour is a pioneer in fighting sexism. That doesn't mean there's no sexism in Labour Why isn't Labour putting forward Corbynite candidates?