When a small party of Mo D staff and advisers joined Fox on holiday in Spain this summer, while the war in Libya raged, Werritty was among them.
She shared her thoughts while speaking on Kiis FM's Kyle and Jackie O show, an Australian breakfast radio show. I'm so single", before adding, "I'm starting to consider that I should go on Tinder... "She is inspired to to join the app after one of her friends found love through Tinder.
She said: "My girlfriend in London has fallen madly in love on her third Tinder date - and I'm incredibly jealous. I've met him he's really sweet and really normal."Everyone I know whose single in London is on Tinder."However, the radio presenters were not impressed, with Jackie O commenting: "Tinder that's...
"He's totally obsessed with America," one government colleague observed last night.
The position earned Werritty around £90,000 over three years, but it also allowed him to travel to the US regularly for seminars and conferences.
It emerged yesterday that Werritty had listed the MP's London home as his address when registering as a director of Security Futures.
Fox confirmed that Werritty had "used the spare room" in 2002-03. To the best of my knowledge, there has never been a company registered at this address whilst I have owned the property." During the general election campaign last year, Fox's home was burgled.
Two weeks ago Liam Fox celebrated his 50th birthday with a high-profile bash, boasting, in a shiny blue shirt, that he had not one but two prime ministers helping him blow out the candles.
Having David Cameron there was nice, but he could not have looked more pleased than to have his heroine, Margaret Thatcher, making a rare public appearance, posing for photos.
Fox stood, unsuccessfully, for the leadership in 2005, but his appointment to the defence brief in David Cameron's first shadow cabinet cemented his position as a talisman for the right.
That position is looking more shaky, and friends in high places might not be enough to save him.
After overseeing deep cuts to the defence budget, a succession of leaked letters criticising the Treasury and the decision to protect aid spending cost him support in No 10.