Remembrance Sunday: Politicians and veterans sing national anthem at the Cenotaph
David Dimbleby appeared to make a dig at Britain's last prime minister Liz Truss and it was pretty funny.
The broadcaster was narrating Remembrance Sunday proceedings yesterday and took time to explain who all the politicians present were.
It is tradition for the PM and their predecessors to appear at the central London service every year - so Rishi Sunak, Liz Truss, Boris Johnson, Theresa May, David Cameron, Gordon Brown, Tony Blair and John Major all rocked up.
Narrating this merry band of politicians, Dimbleby said: "To his [Boris Johnson's] right Liz Truss, who was briefly prime minister."
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