Who erased Boris Johnson from image of him and Grant Shapps at Cornwall Spaceport?

I wasn’t sure about this at first:

… But then I found the proof on the BBC News website.

Here’s the pre-photoshop image:

And this is how it looked after somebody had it doctored:

And this on the day when he was trying to convince us all that his strike-restricting plans were necessary with a pack of lies, too.

BBC News says Shapps has insisted that he didn’t have the imaged changed:

A source close to Mr Shapps said: “Grant wasn’t aware anyone had edited the picture.

“He removed it as soon as it was pointed out. Obviously he wouldn’t endorse anyone rewriting history by removing the former PM from a picture.

“He was proud to serve in Boris Johnson’s government.”

That’s not exactly proof that Shapps isn’t lying about it – being proud to serve in a government headed by someone widely understood to have been the biggest liar Parliament has seen in many decades.

And the big question has gone unanswered: if Shapps didn’t change the image or have it changed, then who did?

Until we know the answer to that question, he’ll always be under suspicion.

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