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‘Can’t wait for this filthy dnb night at Hidden,’ says Andy Burnham

Absolutely naughty.

Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham, today confirmed his excitement ahead of Hidden’s Fresher Week line-up.

Having served as Shadow Secretary of State for both Health, and Education, Burnham is now expressing his interest in “absolutely naughty” local club nights.

In previous years, the Labour MP has sought to minimise homelessness in Manchester, and “build the community.”

Today, he confirmed that his next target is “a bass line of pure filth.”

“I just can’t wait to get off my noodle!” he stated. “I’ve been working on challenging the management of public services recently, and I’m excited to finally focus on something I’m really passionate about.”

“If I’m working on improving infrastructure in Greater Manchester by day, I want to let loose getting Gary Neville’d by night.”

Burnham’s advisor elaborated on his plans. “I think it’s fantastic that we have a mayor who’s so in touch with young people,” he informed The Whip.

“The Mayor has long since been seen as a man of the people, and I believe his enthusiasm for disgusting riddims only furthers this.”

“It show’s the UK that I’m more than just a politician,” Burnham agreed. “I’m down to earth. I’m in touch with the youth of today. And more than anything, I just want to get trolleyed.”

Details on Hidden’s lineup can be found at gov.uk.

 

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