Its odd that any negative comments about a politician who's embarrassed himself should be treated so harshly on this forum. Oh but wait, 'our Nige' is a hero for some. Quick, lets find an article about a Labour politician. Any will do.
I think they are expressing boredom. Why is he a hero?
Let's not pretend that everyone who voted brexit did so because of him.
"Rishi Sunak refuses to say if he will profit from Moderna Covid vaccine
The chancellor, Rishi Sunak, has refused to disclose whether he will profit from a surge in the share price of the Covid-19 vaccine manufacturer Moderna, one of the biggest investments held by the hedge fund he co-founded before entering parliament.
Moderna has become the latest biotech firm to announce successful trials of its vaccine, declaring on Monday that it was 94.5% effective in trials.
Sunak was a founding partner of Theleme Partners, a major investor in Moderna, and one of the executives managing its US office. He left the firm in 2013, returning to the UK to pursue his political career.
It is not known whether the chancellor retained any investment in the Theleme fund after leaving. Theleme is registered in the Cayman Islands, a tax haven* which does not make company records public. Ordinarily, a partner in a hedge fund would own a stake in the management company and have money invested in its fund.
A year ago, Sunak declared in the list of ministers’ interests that he was the beneficiary of a blind trust. The contents of the trust have not been disclosed to the public.
Stock market filings show that Theleme has a $500m (£377m) investment in the US-based Moderna, which accounts for around 20% of all the money it manages, about $2.5bn.
Shortly after the news of Moderna’s successful trial broke, the health secretary, Matt Hancock, revealed that the government had secured an advance order for 5m doses of the vaccine."
*Rishi avoiding taxes? Whilst raising taxes for others! Nothing to see here. (source: "widely documented" as Jim Riley likes to say)