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BBC Apologises After Using Old Wreath-Laying Footage Of Boris Johnson instead of yesterday’s footage of him laying the wreath upside-down

BBC Apologises After Using Old Wreath-Laying Footage Of Boris Johnson instead of yesterday’s footage of him laying the wreath upside-down

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15 comments

  1. “Sorry, we know he is a twat all the time, we were just trying to give him a break for once.”

  2. Mutters *just one more month, just one more month*

  3. The internet has really shown how spineless society is. Especially in the “professional” world.

  4. BBC wants to air the Trump impeachment hearing. It’ll probably end up being clips from My Cousin Vinny.

  5. if Corbyn had layed a wreath upside down itd be all over the papers about how he is an unpatriotic commie cunt.

    so sick of the rightwing media buttfucking the Tories

  6. I’ve heard he’s a bright guy, academically at least. Is his bumbling persona an act?

  7. Only because they were called out on it.

    It was deliberate.

    I never thought I’d say it, but fuck the licence fee.

    Paying for a tory mouth piece. Cunts

  8. “Production mistake”

    Roughly translates to

    “Aw fuck they caught it”

  9. Why did the world go and make the dumbest people the leaders?

  10. and yet this is just one more stunt to draw attention and make him look like a funny clown instead of a puppet of billionaires. BBC could just refuse to report on his “gaffes” under the pretense that they don’t want to discredit the office of PM – and he would be furious.

  11. Hey Guys,

    The USA has the village idiot. Stop trying to copy us.

    Sincerely,
    USA

  12. Sounds like raw propaganda. Glad they were caught red-handed.

  13. Ha bbc supporting Torries who would have imagined….?
    [edit] fixed spelling

  14. We here at the BBC would like to express our most sincere regrets that we were caught, and today we commit to our readers: we will be slightly more subtle next time we attempt to deceive you. Thank you.

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