Not forgetting that Sunak was a banker at the height of the banking crisis in 2008.
Sunak worked as an analyst for the investment bank Goldman Sachs between 2001 and 2004. He then worked for the hedge fund management firm The Children's Investment Fund Management, becoming a partner in September 2006.
My apologies for the abusive language, but as the expression goes, it's enough to make a Saint swear... Well I'm no Saint, and do occasionally resort to foul language (normally on or at the football pitch).
The problem is you keep regurgitating the same nonsense over and over again! Like the MP's saying how Boris gets the big calls right, said often enough, some seem to believe it.
As for your dig at "leftie" comedians - Well for me, I don't know the political leanings of all of Britain's finest comedy talent, but I would hazard a guess they're not ALL "lefties" - you just don't like the ones that are.
I guess also comedy is often used as a means to highlight social injustice, which by and large comes to the fore when their is a Conservative government in charge, as their policies often appear to affect the poorest in society more.
However that can't be said about this current government who deserve all the scorn and ridicule that is poured on them, with their blinkered short term policies and myriad of lies and "alleged" corruption.
Here is a typical comedian.....not sure how he calls himself that, as he is clearly a gammon out of control trying to sell his political points to the vulnerable student.
The swearing he uses in and around children just shows what a tool this man is, and he just creates a wealth of anger within the left community.
He gives an exaggerated view of what people feel, which probably winds them up to the same viewpoint.
Youtube shouldn't allow filth like this IMO.
I remember comedians when they were funny, you know.................... when your belly hurt because you were laughing so much.