Or an M.P.
It surely is terrible that, such obviously important people, should have to trouble themselves in any way of a morning.
I mean, let's take M.P.'s for example.
Given that they're only on roughly £75,000 a year, with gold plated pension and wife or other family member on some £20,000 odd a year, 'employed' as their 'secretary'; put together with the measly travel expenses and allowances with only a paltry 10% pay rise recently, you have to feel for the poor dears.
After having had to put up with such dire employment terms, encountering anything remotely resembling a struggle, must surely be the final straw.
It really must be galling to have to put up with any inconvenience at all; ever.
Let alone any caused by the sheer audacity of people to complain about their working lot.
Shocking, I say.