Sunak fans worried he might be a Tory

FANS of ‘Dishy Rishi’ Sunak are beginning to wonder if their hero harbours Conservative sympathies.

The chancellor’s many new admirers initially saw him as the saviour of furloughed workers who generously gave everyone free or cut-price meals, like Jesus but with Nando’s chicken.

However Sunak’s recent comments saying people cannot put their feet up forever and that the entire artistic community may have to get jobs in Asda have concerned some of his fans.

Lauren Hewitt said: “I thought Rishi was the Robin Hood of our times. But now he seems to be suggesting I have to go back to work in the middle of a plague and not play with my cat all day.

“I still can’t believe he’s some awful Tory who only cares about money and his career. It’s probably just a big mix-up and tomorrow he’ll announce that everyone can get a free cake delivered every day.”

Tom Logan, who recently had his chest tattooed with images of Sunak and Che Guevara, said: “I suppose the fact that he was part of a team of hedge fund managers who shared nearly £100m profit on the back of the 2008 banking crisis should have been a clue.

“Is he really a Tory though? I know he’s the chancellor in a basically evil Conservative government, but maybe he took one of the most senior jobs in the country by mistake. I’m sure it happens all the time.” 

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Who are these f**kers throwing their facemasks away in the street? An investigation

IN every city street and country lane in Britain an abandoned facemask lies dirty and forlorn. But exactly who are the twats throwing them away, and why? 

Stephen Malley, 44, joiner

“I dispose of facemasks out the van window because I don’t need a mask at home, and it’s not safe to leave them in the van cause they might have Covid on. I’m not some ‘putting your mask in a bin’ mug.” 

Susan Traherne, 36, HR manager

“I buy a pack of 20 disposable facemasks at the beginning of every day and change them every 42 minutes. I can’t put them in bins because the bins might be infected. Also I might have to walk as much as 30 metres to them.” 

Jordan Gardner, 29, game streamer

“This fake virus plandemic is a hoax perpetuated by the New World Order to abolish cash and get us all to sign up to 24/7 surveillance, and I’m not playing their game. But I need a mask to get Monster from Tesco Metro, so I put one on then throw it away after.” 

Thomas Booker, 42, City trader

“This year has made us all a little more reflective, a little more thoughtful, a little more appreciative of what we have. So every day I perform a mindfulness ritual where I thank my mask for its service then set it free from my penthouse balcony and watch it flutter gaily in the wind. Then I do some coke.” 

Grace Wood-Morris, 18, student

“I’ve got a selection of hand-sewn silk masks from Liberty for indoors, which I change to match my outfit. But I don’t want them getting dirty with exhaust fumes so I wear a paper one outside, and as I’ve barely used it I leave it on a wall for a homeless.” 

Norman Steele, 65, retired roofer

“A mask in the gutter? On Bradbury Street? Yeah that’s mine, thanks mate, couldn’t find the f**ker anywhere. I’ll get over there now and pick it up. Nice one.”