From Harper’s Weekly Review:
Ongoing food supply chain issues have forced Britain’s largest supermarkets to impose strict rations on produce. The U.K. Secretary of State for Environment, Food, and Rural Affairs suggested that those struggling to keep pace with the past year’s near 20 percent rise in food costs should “get a higher income” and deal with shortages by “cherish[ing]” root vegetables…
Gulp. “Get a higher income” is so, I dunno, so I decided we should Name ‘n’ Shame the UK Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.
Thérèse Coffey. That’s her name. Shall we start a countdown to the day she decides to resign “for more time with [her] family”? Oh, but except for her sister who also works for the government, she has no family.
Maybe she has a dog? With digestive problems?