Dominic Raab appears as a Tory spokesman in TV interviews, very often.

Remember this every time you see him – and make sure everyone around you knows exactly what kind of man he is.

Tory Minister of State for Housing and Planning, Dominic Raab, has a low opinion of this country’s workers. He co-authored a book – along with four fellow Tory MPs – in which he described UK workers as “among the worst idlers in the world“

Raab – who has also, in spite of his ministerial brief, voted against laws requiring houses to be fit for people to live in – is on the look-out for a new staff member. But it seems the low value he placed on the employed hasn’t changed much.

He’s advertising for someone to work for him for free.

As if to add insult to injury, the job description rounds off by telling applicants what they could normally expect to be paid in the role.

Source: Tory Minister who said UK workers ‘worst idlers’ wants you to work for him – for free | The SKWAWKBOX

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