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remembrance & white poppies

On the streets of Britain right now, we are witnessing the largest anti-war demonstrations since the Iraq war.

White poppy wreath

White poppies will appear in numerous ceremonies across the UK today to mark Remembrance Sunday.

white poppy stall

There has been a sharp rise in demand for white poppies ahead of Remembrance Day this year, following increased interest from groups and individuals calling for a ceasefire in Israel and Gaza.

People holding a large banner reading "Say no to killing, say no to the arms fair".

The first day of the DSEI arms fair has seen protests, criticism and nonviolent direct aciton at London’s Excel Centre.

Poster reading "Stop the Arms Fair"

Participants in London's DSEI arms fair will have to walk past a memorial ceremony for victims of war as the event opens.

Poster for the Object War campaign, supporting Russian, Ukrainian and Belarusian conscientious objectors

On International Conscientious Objectors' Day, Rishi Sunak has been urged to offer asylum to Russians who refuse to be part of the war in Ukraine.

A white poppy and a red poppy

White poppy wearers have welcomed plans to make red poppies recyclable, while urging the British Legion to recognise the link between climate change and war.

White poppy wreaths

White poppies will feature in boh official and alternative ceremonies around the UK to mark Remembrance Sunday today.

White poppy wreaths

White poppy wearers will hear messages from people in Russia and Ukraine at the National Alternative Remembrance Ceremony.

Benjamin Zephaniah wearing a white poppy

Leading poet and writer Benjamin Zephaniah has said that we should remember all victims of war and work harder for peace.


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