Nadine Dorris blames dyslexia after ridiculing ‘downstream’ and ‘tennis court’ complications – Up News Info

Nadine Doris has blamed dyslexia after she was mocked for scribbling her words in a video explaining her job as a culture secretary.

Boris Johnson’s key aide has spoken of people being able to ‘swallow’ – rather than download – movies online and ‘pitch’ the tennis court.

Gary Lineker retweeted the TikTok video to his 8.4 million followers, adding the derogatory words: “Our Sports Minister”.

Another Twitter user mocked Ms Doris, posting: ‘There is a lot of history about this center pitch at Wimbledon and can be found downstream on the UK internet. ,

But the culture secretary counterattacked, arguing that her dyslexia means she may have “trouble” finding the right phrase when speaking.

Dyslexia is described by the NHS as a common learning difficulty that mainly causes problems with reading, writing and spelling.

However, another symptom is said to be that a person “speaks, abuses, or mispronounces words without realizing it.”

Ms Doris said: ‘I have dyslexia, which means I often mix up my words when I speak and say things that sound like the words I am trying to say.

“Dyslexia affects people differently. For me, it affects my speech more than my writing, which is why I find solace in writing.

“I agree with this. I’ve been in politics for a long time and you’re tough. So I haven’t spoken much publicly about how it affects me.

“But I found it difficult to see commentators and media mocking me for something that was out of my control. ,

In footage posted online on Friday by Bosworth’s Tory MP Luke Evans, Ms Doris explained the work of her Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Department.

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“We are responsible for making sure you have super-fast broadband in your home, which means you can stream your movies downstream,” she told Dr. Evans.

The Culture Secretary said she wanted to ‘make the Internet in the UK the safest internet in the world’.

And she said her department is “responsible for everything related to the sport, making sure you have football pitches and tennis courts in your communities where you can play and practice your sport.”

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