An awkward conversation between Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and a homeless man during a Christmas event

The British Prime Minister was criticized for his questions

British Prime Minister Rishi SunakHe faced criticism for being out of touch with ordinary people after he asked a homeless man at a charity if he “worked in business” and wanted to go into finance.

Sunak, a former banker Goldman Sachs Y One of the richest men in EnglandWhile serving breakfast at a homeless shelter in London last Friday, he started chatting with a man who identified himself as Dean.

Do you work in business?”, said the Prime Minister to the man at one point in the conversation, handing him a plate of sausage, toast and eggs.

No, I’m homeless. I’m actually homelessThe man replied.

Angela RaynerThe deputy leader of the opposition Labor Party tweeted a snippet of the exchange, writing, “”intolerable”, another Labor lawmaker, Bill EstersonSunak explained “Lost touch with reality”.

His accession as head of the British government in October created Sunak 10 Downing Street is the richest manat a time The country is facing a cost of living crisis.

This week, the Prime Minister made surprise phone calls to British diplomats and military personnel

Rishi Sunak also hosted Christmas events with troops in Estonia (Reuters).

His office said on Friday that the world wishes them a Merry Christmas.

When did his awkward exchange with the homeless begin? The man asked Sunak if he was “fixing the economy.”

When the homeless man says he is interested in business and finance, before asking him, Sunak tells him that he has also worked in finance: “Do you want to dedicate yourself to it?”.

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“Yeah, I wouldn’t mind,” Dean replied. “But, I don’t know, first I want to celebrate Christmas”.

The UK has also been hit by a wave of anti-social behavior on a scale not seen in decades. However, the government would not bend to the demands of the strikers.

(With information from Reuters)

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