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Ben Nov 10
The Queen attends; she’s 92. Theresa May attends; she’s the Prime Minister and pretty busy. Jeremy Corbyn is a no-show; he doesn’t actually do anything other than promote himself.
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Nigel Adams MP Nov 10
At precisely the same time as the is taking place (which he is noticeably absent from) thinks it appropriate to be sending out party political campaign tweets. Words fail.
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A.A.Milne Nov 10
"When the War is over and the sword at last we sheathe, I'm going to keep a jelly-fish and listen to it breathe. When the War is over and we've finished up the show, I'm going to plant a lemon-pip and listen to it grow."~A.A.Milne
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Les Johnson Nov 10
Thinking of this man tonight
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Kensington Palace Nov 10
🎥 As part of the , The Duke of Cambridge, Patron of the Appeal, shares the story of the new National Defence and Rehabilitation Centre – which has been supported by the .
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Bakehouse Cottage #FBPE #PeoplesVote Nov 10
This was my grandfather, Arthur Broomfield. He fought in both world wars. Lost 3 of his brothers & nearly his own life - buried in a trench beneath several dead soldiers. He was my hero. He fought fascism. I will fight fascism. With all of you, my friends.
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Amy Williams Nov 10
Watching festival of remembrance in commemoration of the end of World War I 100 yrs ago. I’m feeling so proud and very humbled to be British. We owe so much to all our Armed Services Personnel past and present. Thank you all. 🇬🇧
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Cornelius Peanut Nov 10
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Kishan Devani FRSA 🔶 Nov 10
Fallen heroes paid the greatest sacrifice to protect the freedoms we all cherish. didn't have the decency to brave a bit of rain to pay his respects. He is not just an inept leader, he is a truly appalling individual.
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Everest Today Nov 10
Nirmal Purja begins his climb of Mt Ama Dablam this morning and hopes to reach the 6,812m peak to mark the special Centenary milestone of the end of WWI & broadcast live to the world from the mountain with a poppy at 8:00 am NST.
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The Donkey Sanctuary Birmingham Nov 11
Remembering all the fallen, two legs & four NatGeo pic by David Alan Harvey, Tunisia (1979)
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Cllr Dale Pankhurst Nov 10
An incredibly powerful and emotive on BBC. We owe so much to those who paid the ultimate sacrifice. So, so much. We Will Remember Them ❤️
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U.K. Actors Support Network Nov 10
Don’t know about you guys but I found tonight’s festival very moving
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Karen Grant Nov 10
For those wondering, Carol Vorderman is an RAF ambassador for the Air Cadets.
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Colin Stanford Nov 10
Very very proud to see my 95 yr old uncle ( a veteran of the Normandy landings) and my aunt at the at the Royal Albert Hall tonight
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Mariam Batchelor Nov 10
Did the camera man decide to initiate a Carol Vordeman drinking game with his mates? She’s been on more than all the royal family members put together
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Alisonjane 🇬🇧 Nov 10
⁩ has really done our Nation proud tonight. Thank you
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Winnie Nov 10
Deeply moved by the . My biggest act of remembrance isn’t to wear a poppy of a certain colour. Though I do. It’s to educate myself. And my children. I am spending my weekend reading. Listening. Thinking. every lost life
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Cllr Liam Walker Nov 10
What a beautiful, emotional and patriotic We should all be so proud of our country and all who serve on its behalf. “At the going down of the sun, and in the morning, we will remember them.” 🇬🇧
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Siobhan Connor Nov 10
"At the going down of the sun, and in the morning, we will remember them"
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