"Jeremy Corbyn: will he or won't he kneel for Queen?"
Foolishly clicking on the link I became aware that this, apparently, required such a lengthy discussion that it was 13 pages long (however long a "page" is when we're talking about an electronic document and not a piece of paper).
In a large nutshell, Jeremy Corbyn, the leader of the Opposition to Her Majestys' Government, was sworn in to the Queens Privy Council today, and as part of the normal ceremony includes kneeling before the Queen. Mr Corbyn is a republican and as a result I assume doesn't really feel like kneeling before royalty. But it's important for him to become a member of the Privy Council because it means that he gets things like security briefings which I imagine he ought to get.
Spoiler - he didn't kneel, but it obviously can't have mattered much in the end because he still became a member of the Privy Council without being beheaded or killed or anything.
I don't talk about politics and so I'm not going to give my opinion on whether he should or shouldn't kneel - I don't really think it's up to me, it's a matter really for Mr Corbyn.
I just think that news coverage of Kneelgate is a little over the top really - does it matter that much if he kneels or not? He obviously hasn't blown up the Privy Council or attempted to assassinate the Queen yet.
Instead, here's a picture of a green pint of beer.
|It hasn't even got a good head on it. Now THAT is something to get angry over.|