The newly elected leader of the Labour party was once again forced into an embarrassing apology today when his relationship with Osama Bin Laden was further brought to light. Mr Corbyn was caught on camera openly praising the now deceasd leader of Al Quaeda at a rally in Manchester last August.
“I merely said that Bin Laden was a close friend and ally of the Pakistani intelligence service but for some reason cameras keep running out of tape after I say eight words,” said Mr Corbyn, ironically proving himself to be a liar. The self-proclaimed Hamas supporter has previously complained that budget cuts for news organisations have led to almost 84% of his sentences being cut short in articles and videos.
The Prime minister was one the first to piece together Corbyn’s hints surrounding the shady links between the British super-dangerous-hard-left and fundamentalist religious groups 3,500 miles away. “Something about the word tragedy just made me suspicious,” said the Prime Minister. “A tragedy is usually a bad thing but here he was, blatantly using it in a sentence that also contained the name Bin Laden! It’s almost like he wanted to get caught!”
Mr Cameron has announced that he will extend the Conservative Party Conference for an extra day to “rally every decent person in Britain to spit on the treacherous shit if they pass him in the street”.