Simon Pegg lays into Rishi Sunak's maths plan: 'F*** the tories'

Simon Pegg has laid into Rishi Sunak's plans for mandatory maths eduction up to the age of 18 with an expletive-filled rant. Sharing a self shot video on his Instagram stories, Pegg called the PM 'a p****' saying that we should be encouraging the arts, not just maths.

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Video transcript

SIMON PEGG: So Rishi Sunak, unmandated, unelected prime minister twice removed, has decided that it should be compulsory for children to learn maths up until the age of 18. What a [BLEEP]. What about arts and humanities, and fostering this country's amazing reputation for creativity and self-expression? What about that? What about the kids who don't want to do maths?

I hated maths. I dropped maths as soon as I could. And I've never needed it other than the skill set I acquired at the age of 12. But no, Rishi Sunak wants a [BLEEP] drone army of data-entering robots. What a [BLEEP]. [BLEEP] the Tories. Get rid of them, please. [BLEEP]. [BLEEP] you, Rishi Sunak. [BLEEP] the Tories.

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