If HMQ can bow her head in respect then I'm damn sure that he can, he is totally out of step with the majority of the British people. He had only one job to do today and he got it wrong, how on earth did he ever get into the position he did (That's a rhetorical question, I know the answer, I'm just incredulous)?
probably because it was his worst feckin nightmare. striding out alone and unaided in front of hundreds of soldiers with glinting bayonets fixed, with the knowledge that the vast majority of them were just itching to give him a practical demonstration of what backstabbing really feels like.
Couldn't get the position of his hands right either. This poor showing reflects as badly on his advisors as it does on himself... er, wait a minute, why am I even bothering to think that he may have advisors of any worth whatsoever?
Also noticed Aintworth was also strategically placed to appear in the background of any camera shots of Broon. Mind you, isn't this why many politicians visit the Cenotaph, to make it seem as if they care, whilst generating self-publicity? Full marks to Cameron though.
Somone should also have had a quiet word with the Commonwealth High Commisioners and advised that the chewing of gum on parade lets the side down.