Deputy Labor leader Angela Rayner called Rishi Sunak’s visit to the shelter “harrowing” after he asked a homeless man if he was working. in business.
Mr Sunak visited a homeless shelter in London run Passage on Friday and praised “fantastic” work what the institution is out during the holiday period.
Prime Minister received behind counter and helped serve food people coming in for hot meals, including full english breakfast before one The homeless man’s name was Dean, but there was a rather awkward exchange.
After a brief introduction, Dean asked the Prime Minister, “You sort economy out?
The prime minister replied, “That’s exactly what I’m trying to do.”
After Dean said sorting economy would good for business Mr. Sunak then asked, “Do you have… do you have work in business?”
Dean replied, “No, I’m homeless. Actually, I’m homeless. But I wonder in business.”
The Prime Minister replied: “Yes? of business?”
Dean added: “I AM like finance, it good for in city and when everything is fine with finances and everything, we are all doing well, aren’t we, in London”.
Mr. Sunak then told Dean how he was work in finance” and how workplaces in finances can now be found “Across the UK”.
Dean replied, “Like legal associations, like what?”
The Prime Minister then continues: “Would you like like To get in?”
Dean replies, “Yeah, I wouldn’t mind, umm… but I don’t know the ID like survive Christmas first.”
Mr. Sunak then asks Dean what he is doing this weekend.
“I have no idea, but I hope [St] Mungo jar help me to get into temporary housing, so I don’t on in street,” he replied.
Repost video of Mr. Sunak’s Exchange with Dean, Ms. Rayner called the conversation “wrenching.”
While shady Wales secretary Joe Stevens added: “He has no idea.”
Another Labor MP, Bill Esterson, said the exchange demonstrated that Mr Sunak was “out of touch”.