Toff Tories mock 'Sajid Chavid' for never attending the opera
To the shock of his well-heeled colleagues, the Tory heavyweight admitted he'd never attended the opera.
The Home Secretary was given the cruel name after he admitted he'd prefer to sit down and watch Star Trek than attend a performance of Tosca.
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But Mr Javid's humble upbringing as the son of a bus driver has done little to dampen down the barbs from his colleagues who were dismayed to find he wasn't a regular patron of the Royal Opera House.
Instead, the cabinet heavy-hitter has admitted to having far blander tastes.
In a 2014 speech the then-culture secretary said: "I have a pretty mainstream cultural education. The kind millions of Britons will recognise. I like Star Trek. I like U2."
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