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US News Javid reveals daughter left advice for a future PM on hidden note

23:25  15 february  2020
23:25  15 february  2020 Source:   news.sky.com

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Sajid Javid has shared a note left by his 10-year-old daughter for his successor after he resigned as Chancellor. Mr Javid shared the heartwarming note on Twitter that was hidden by his youngest daughter Maya in a bookshelf at the grace-and-favour Buckinghamshire country mansion

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Mr Javid, whose sensational resignation on Thursday plunged Boris Johnson's cabinet reshuffle into turmoil, disclosed that youngest daughter Maya left a note hidden in bookshelves.

The note, left at the chancellor's grace and favour retreat Dorneywood in Buckinghamshire, ends "Advice for Prime Minister" followed by an arrow pointing over the page.

But sadly - so far, at least - Mr Javid has not disclosed what advice Maya offered on the note, written on official Dorneywood stationery, to Mr Johnson or any future prime minister.

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In a series of tweets posted 48 hours after he quit, Mr Javid said: "So happy to spend some more time with my family this weekend. I have to admit we'll miss Dorneywood though - it was a wonderful place for us to relax and work from some weekends, and the staff were lovely."

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And in a third tweet, accompanied by a photo, he continued: "Turns out Maya had hidden a letter in one of the old bookshelves for lucky future occupants of Dorneywood."

Mr Javid added: "She eventually showed it to me but didn't want to tell me where it was hidden. Wherever it is, the National Trust have added it to their records, so it is now officially part of the property forever."

In her note, Maya wrote: "Hello. My name is Maya Javid, 10 years old. I am Sajid Javid's daughter (the Chancellor in 2019). If you are reading this letter then please find a way to tell the world not only this letter will be famous but you will too."

Then comes the "Advice for Prime Minister" and Maya's tantalising arrow pointing overleaf.

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It is also not the first time Mr Javid has revealed details of a letter from Maya. Last year, he posted on Twitter a touching note she wrote to him during the Tory leadership contest.

A proud Mr Javid tweeted then: "A long but exciting day just got so much better… came home to this from my 10yr old. Whatever happens next, I will be happy."

In that handwritten note, written before her father was eliminated, Maya wrote: "I am writing this letter because I am proud of you for doing so well for coming this far to being prime-minister.

"I love you so much and believe in you and you have to believe in yourself too all you need to become pm is passion, love, confidence and sportsmanship. That's all you need.

"If you don't come pm me and your lovely family will be proud and be grateful that we have such an amazing dad/husband. Love you so much!"

Mr Javid, a millionaire banker before becoming MP for Bromsgrove, has three other children - Sophia, Suli, Rania - with his wife Laura, his childhood sweetheart who he married in 1997.

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It is not known if Maya has written a note this week on the No 10 ambush that drove her father to resign as chancellor, or given her view of the PM's adviser Dominic Cummings, the architect of Mr Javid's demise.

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