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Remembrance Day

15 Nov 2020
British politicians and the Royal family pay tribute to the war dead in a socially-distanced ceremony due to the coronavirus pandemic. Meanwhile, members of the public are finding creative ways to honour the dead without breaking social distancing rules.
15 Jan 2020
The men and women of our armed forces lay down their lives for us. We must do all we can to adequately equip them and ultimately honour them when they fall so their labour will not be in vain.
4 May 2019
The march took place in Poland where participants gathered at the Auschwitz death camp. Israelis marked the day with silence and warnings about rising anti-Semitism.

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