Poor Jeremy Corbyn, always ending up in the wrong place at the wrong time. After revelations in the Daily Mail that he had laid a wreath near the graves of those involved in the 1972 Munich terrorist attack, he finally clarified what happened. Asked by Sky News if he was involved in the tributes, he answered:
‘I was present when it was laid, I don’t think I was actually involved in it’
Jeremy Corbyn: I was “present” when the wreath was laid “I don’t think I was actually involved in it.” pic.twitter.com/fNL7yXxIdE
— Ben (@Jamin2g) August 13, 2018
In fairness, who hasn’t accidentally found themselves at a service where tributes were paid to the planners and perpetrators of a terrorist massacre?
Update: There appears to be a problem
Jeremy Corbyn told me that he “laid a wreath” when I asked him about this during last year’s election campaign https://t.co/WRJKrB1PO8
— Tamara Cohen (@tamcohen) August 13, 2018