George Osborne, MP for Tatton, Cheshire, also has a part-time role at the fund manager BlackRock [Image: Stefan Wermuth/Reuters].

He was a part-time Chancellor and now he’s a part-time backbencher. George Osborne would much rather rake it in with part-time jobs elsewhere, now that he’s done as much harm has he could to the British people.

George Osborne is to take up an academic fellowship at the institution established by John McCain, the main Republican foe of Donald Trump, where the former chancellor will be asked to “build on his skills as a statesman and leader”.

Osborne has become the first Kissinger Fellow at the McCain Institute for International Leadership, the institute said. While it is based in McCain’s home state of Arizona, Osborne will remain in the UK.

Source: George Osborne takes up academic job at McCain Institute | Politics | The Guardian

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