We ask you: is it wrong to politicise Rishi Sunak f**king off D-Day veterans to be on telly?

THE prime minister chose not to disrespect ITV, our greatest terrestrial channel, by missing his interview with them. Are opponents wrong to make this a political issue?  

Bill McKay, roadside recovery operative: “The D-Day commemoration was cross-party and apolitical, so pissing off home halfway through was the same. Logic, bitches.”

Mary Fisher, vicar: “What if it was Starmer who politicised it by staying? What if that were our reality, and it made him worse than Himmler?”

Margaret Gerving, headteacher: “Look, I know how much it costs to keep a taxi waiting. To keep a helicopter waiting must be four, five times that, so it’s understandable.”

Emma Bradford, dominatrix: “I’m still reeling from the discovery that Martin Freeman fought at D-Day. I suppose he is in everything f**king else.”

Martin Bishop, barman: “Every day’s a D-Day commemoration around my flat, ladies. To be clear, the D stands for dick.”

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