RISHI Sunak is dreading being grilled by his in‑laws over when he intends to get a proper job with prospects during the Christmas holiday.
His father-in-law, Narayana Murthy, founder of Infosys, India’s second-largest IT company, has a number of probing questions lined up for Christmas dinner and the rest of the holiday season.
Murthy said: “When I was his age, Infosys was already worth several billion dollars. Yet what has that deadbeat Rishi done? Lost my daughter’s non-dom tax status and looked like a twat who can’t even put petrol in a hatchback.
“When I first heard Rishi had become prime minister I was delighted. But he’s so hopeless I doubt he’s going to last another couple of months. Hasn’t he thought about the long-term? What’s his career plan?
“He isn’t even elected. I’ve told him it’s no good sitting on your backside – when I was a young man you had to get out there and ask for a democratic mandate. But will he listen? No. He just goes on about how Rwanda will fix everything. The lad’s living in a bloody dreamworld.
“Don’t get me wrong, Rishi’s a bright chap. Well, supposedly. I’ve not seen any evidence. I’m going to tell him straight out – give up this little politics phase, you’re no good at it, and get serious.
“I can find him a good, steady job with Infosys. I’m thinking of our call centre, and if that doesn’t pan out something more at his level of competence – tidying up the staff coffee lounge?”