Prime Minister Rishi Sunak took the stage at a recent party gathering to reassure everyone that he’s not actually putting serious effort into this whole “winning elections” business.

Casually sipping tea from a mug labeled “PM in Disguise,” Sunak addressed the room with a nonchalant grin and declared, “Fellow Conservatives, rest assured, I’m not here to win elections. It’s more of a side hustle while I figure out what I really want to do with my time.”

The announcement came as a shock to many who had assumed that leading the country was a fairly central part of the job description. Party members, caught somewhere between befuddlement and amusement, exchanged puzzled glances.

“I mean, governing is all well and good, but have you ever tried avoiding the chaos that comes with winning elections?” Sunak quipped, causing a ripple of awkward laughter. “I’m just here for the memes and maybe to sneak in a few economic policies when no one’s looking.”

As party members attempted to decipher whether this was a new political strategy or an elaborate prank, Sunak reassured them that his lackadaisical approach was intentional. “Why deal with the headaches of leadership when you can just enjoy the perks of the position without all that pesky responsibility?”

The Prime Minister concluded his speech by proposing a national “Chill and Govern” day, where everyone could collectively relax while he continued to not take winning elections too seriously.

Conservative Party members, now grappling with the concept of a leader who treats governance like a part-time gig, left the gathering wondering if this was the latest trend in political nonchalance or just a particularly British way of doing things.