Then dashes off to ‘VIP dinner’ – while Labour leader heads to pay further tribute to the fallen
Tory Boris Johnson made a hash of his simple duties at today’s Remembrance Sunday service twice – while Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn paid double tribute to fallen servicemen and women.
First, Johnson set off prematurely to lay his wreath – and then laid it upside down, causing considerable offence.
Perhaps Johnson was distracted thinking about what to have at the ‘VIP dinner’ he then sped off to enjoy:
Corbyn headed from the service to speak at a further tribute in his home borough of Islington, before spending time talking to veterans and families while Johnson hobnobbed with the ‘elite’:
The Establishment broadcasters appear to have been silent on Johnson’s disrespectful sloppiness. Imagine how different it would have been, had Corbyn been the culprit.
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