Martin Lewis has revealed if he will be running for Mayor of Greater Manchester in the future. The debate about his potential candidacy comes as other famous names have suggested they might be interested in taking up the job, including former Manchester United captain and football coach Gary Neville.
But the money saving expert - and North West native - ruled out the possibility of going for the mayoral title. He candidly shared that he 'will never take a polemic party job' because of the toll it would take on both his mental health and his family.
In an interview with the BBC's Nick Robinson, the presenter pointed out that Andy Burnham 'can't do it forever'. Martin Lewis responded that even running as an independent candidate would be out of the question. READ MORE : Warning that UK could be on the brink of new Covid wave with virus becoming 'more dangerous' “There are friends of yours who have told me that you ought to be Mayor of London,” said Nick Robinson on the Political Thinking podcast. “Oh no, I’m not a Londoner originally, I don’t think it’d be appropriate.Read more on manchestereveningnews.co.uk