LABOUR leader Ed Miliband is still technically on work experience and has yet to receive a wage.
The 44-year-old began working for Gordon Brown in 2007 to pad out his CV with some non-profit work and has been there ever since.
He said: “Apparently I’m doing very well but there just isn’t the budget to take anyone on.
“Instead they keep moving me to new positions – MP, energy secretary, Leader of the Opposition – and tell me if I make a name for myself I could get a paying job next year.
“What if I win? I can’t be prime minister and still do my shifts at Domino’s. Giorgio has said, and he’s the manager.
“I’d leave, but Harriet Harman says if I go now she won’t give me a reference and it’ll look like I’ve been in prison.”
Labour peer Lord Alli said: “Miliband? Oh yeah, the workie.
“Have you seen him today? He is supposed to be fetching my Starbucks.”