Look at the date (Picture: Twitter)
It’s the political party that thinks it stands for British values.
So why on earth did the British National Party tweet a day late reminding people to observe the two minute silence.
In a moment of delicious irony, the party’s tweet included the words: ‘Others may forget but we remember’. Errr…
Here’s a reminder for the BNP. The eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month means 11am on November 11.
Someone at the party sent out the tweet at 6.50am this morning saying: ‘Remember to observe the #TwoMinutesSilence at 11a.m. today. Others may forget but we remember.’
It was only at 11.15am (perhaps after the one-man minute silence) that someone at the party realised what had happened.
And guess what they blamed it on? Yup… their phone.
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