Today world leaders commemorated the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of WWI. A time for reflection you might think, to contemplate the human tragedy that led to the deaths of over 10 million people, and a time for learning lessons about how it happened and how to ensure we stop repeating the same mistakes.
Some though had other ideas and have decided to enter into an unseemly row about a message left on a wreath at a remembrance ceremony by Labour leader Ed Miliband. Here is the message along with the one left by David Cameron:
Apparently, the organisers of the memorial services handed the leaders a wreath with a message already pre-written on it just before they had to lay the wreath at the cenotaph. Cameron’s advisors obviously prepared in advance for him to write his own message while Miliband’s did not. Who cares though?
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