MP George Osborne, will do groundwork, plastering and electrics midweek, edit The Evening Standard for 4 days, and do his paper round on Sunday mornings.
Osborne’s new 13 day week is helping the public understand the former Chancellor’s grasp of figures.
Osborne has stressed that although he will be available for small extensions and loft conversions, time will not allow for him to do the roof work until we move to a 17 day week.
‘If you just clear out your kitchen, love; we’re looking to knock through on Monday,’ said Osborne.
‘Actually, make that Tuesday, love. I’m in the House of Commons, Monday,’ added Osborne.