BBC News presenter Huw Edwards‘ pose at the start of the BBC’s News At Ten has become legendary.
It’s even inspired a tribute Twitter account, @HuwsAtTen, which dutifully screengrabs the opening of the show every single night.
As part of a school visit to show pupils how to spot false news, Huw also taught them the pose.
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