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Wreaths of white poppy are being laid around Britain, ahead of the online Alternative Remembrance Ceremony at noon on Sunday.
Sales of white poppies are only slightly lower than last year, despite the closure of shops and places of worship due to lockdown.
The Peace Pledge Union has encouraged MPs to throw out the Overseas Operations Bill when it faces its final vote in the Commons this evening.
In an apparent shift in position, the BBC has said that their staff may wear a remembrance poppy "of any colour" in the run-up to Remembrance Day.
The Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT) has launched a legal challenge against the renewal of British arms sales to the Saudi regime.
The Peace Pledge Union is for the first time making Welsh-language white poppies available to order online.
50 states have ratified the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons, putting nuclear-armed states on the wrong side of international law.
Despite underfunded health and social care services, the UK still has the second highest military spending of all 29 countries in NATO.
The Peace Pledge Union has said that Remembrance Day risks being a 'festival of forgetting' if we ignore Yemen and other current wars.
The director-general of the Royal British Legion has become the latest public figure to criticise the Overseas Operations Bill.