In the UK, Prime Minister Sunak asked a homeless person ‘Do you work?’ While the reactions to his question were continuing, this time a similar statement came from Prince Andrew, who spoke to those who greet the Royal Family on his return from the Christmas Mass. Andrew, who was accused of sexual assault and was not allowed to wear a military uniform at his mother’s funeral, told a person with cold feet, “Get on top of the newspaper and insulate your feet.”
Prince Andrew, brother of King Charles III of England, came to the fore with his advice to the person waiting in the cold. st. Speaking to those who greet the Royal Family on his return from the Christmas mass held at Mary Magdalene Church, Prince Andrew gave advice to a person who said that “his feet were cold” to “insulate his feet with a newspaper”.
The Duke of York said, “Did you know that the trick is to bring a newspaper? Get on the newspaper and insulate your feet.”
NOT ALLOWED TO WEAR MILITARY UNIFORM
“Everything was really weird. I don’t think she would test his theory,” the person who viewed the moments told The Sun. Prince Andrew, accused of sexual assault, was not allowed to wear a military uniform at the funeral of his mother, Queen Elizabeth.
‘DO YOU WORK?’ TO THE HOMELESS MAN ON SUNAK ASKED
British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s conversation with a homeless man who came to buy food at the homeless shelter he visited last Friday has come under criticism. While the altar was delivering breakfast in front of the cameras, a homeless man named Dean asked the prime minister questions about whether he could fix the economy. After Sunak said, “I’m trying to do this,” he asked Dean, who said he was interested in finance and economics, “Do you have a job?” posed the question.
After Dean said he wasn’t working, Sunak asked if he ‘wanted to work in this field’. Dean replied, “It doesn’t matter to me, but I don’t know, I want to get through Christmas first.”