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Hammer Oz 9:38 Sun Nov 11
Going to Cenotaph
Over from Oz to take part with the Chosen Men , not seen any for 22 years. Have a good day any one up there or attending any other parades

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Westham67 3:36 Mon Nov 12
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Grumpster working Sunday , Vicar, security guard, McDonalds ?

BRANDED 3:23 Mon Nov 12
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Tony was there too.

Jeremy Corbyn has pledged to end the "scourge" of rough sleeping among armed forces veterans as he calls on Theresa May to officially register the number of homeless ex-servicemen and women.
It comes as Mr Corbyn - alongside past and present leaders of other major political parties - prepares to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War at the Cenotaph in central London on Remembrance Sunday.
The Labour leader will mark the historic occasion by outlining his party's "social contract" for veterans, including provisions for free education and treating mental health issues as "seriously as physical health issues".
He will also call on ministers to use the government's "long overdue" Veterans Strategy - due to be published later this month - to officially record the number of homeless veterans in the UK, including statistics on those who take their own lives.

arsegrapes 3:15 Mon Nov 12
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Did Tony show or did they finally get him for war crimes?

jfk 2:53 Mon Nov 12
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I've taken all my kids to the Cenotaph on Remembrance Sunday in the past.Its an occasion our city does to perfection.Its got nothing to do with politicians one-upmanship(or most certainly shouldn't be)it's a day where all from The Commenwealth can gather
to pay respect to to the hundreds of thousands who lost their lives fighting for our freedom.
Lest we forget.

BRANDED 2:47 Mon Nov 12
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Yes. He stayed behind to clap all the veterans while the others fucked off for some VIP lunch.

Toe Rag 12:49 Mon Nov 12
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Whilst it appears Corbyn was there, can anyone confirm if he was involved this time or not?

, 12:42 Mon Nov 12
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Except that before he became leader of Labour as standing MP for his constituency he laid a wreath at a constituency memorial every year on the second Sunday in November.

Let's also commend Prince Charles for attending as he does every year. His family lost seven relatives in the Great war two of whom fought on the side of the British.

Grumpster 12:23 Mon Nov 12
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Well I was at work, but otherwise a really great comment comma!

He turned up as he had no choice as the leader of labour. If he actually had a choice, he wouldn't have gone.

MikeHammer 11:58 Sun Nov 11
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Chigwell - Irish soldiers in WW1 were fighting as part of UK .... and even in WW2 many fought too. Government neutrality or republicanism shouldn’t detract from those who fought

, 11:30 Sun Nov 11
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Grumpster wrote...

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Hark at all the left sticking up for their hero.

You don't get it do you?

You see at least he turned up at something unlike you.

yngwies Cat 11:20 Sun Nov 11
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Couldn't give a shit what he wears, I mean compared to the Royal Families dressing up box, he can't compete.

Like the Alan Partridge, jacket connection.

Hasans Fish Bar RIP 10:59 Sun Nov 11
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It's about respect. Whether or not he was there, turning up in an anorak was disrespectful. He's a perfidious cunt

Reminded me of Alan Partridge turning up at a funeral with the Castrol GTX jacket.

Grumpster 10:48 Sun Nov 11
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Hark at all the left sticking up for their hero.

Point is he's being a spanner at a ceremony for the millions who have suffered in conflict.

I don't care if he wants to be a socialist bell end, but do it at other times and not on remembrance day.

Chigwell 10:41 Sun Nov 11
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I don't understand why a representative of the Irish government was invited to lay a wreath. Granted, many Irishmen fought with the British forces but during WW1 the Irish republicans took to arms against the Brits, and in WW2 the Irish state remained stubbornly neutral. It makes more sense having the Germans there today, given the losses they suffered and the reconcilation since.

, 9:11 Sun Nov 11
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Grumpster 1:53 Sun Nov 11

I guess, Grumpy, that you have made the poppy comparison from the comfort of your armchair rather than from being on site in Whitehall.

Or did you watch a recording of the Cenotaph ceremony having been to the service at your local memorial?

Or are you simply an armchair gobshite on this matter?

bruuuno 5:55 Sun Nov 11
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Grumpster 12:54 Sun Nov 11
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He was there, he happens to be a scruffy cunt. Ffs people will get upset over absolutely anything

The Kronic 2:02 Sun Nov 11
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She (we) can afford it

Sven Roeder 2:01 Sun Nov 11
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Why was the Queen wearing half a dozen poppies?

The Kronic 2:00 Sun Nov 11
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Have a day off Grumpster you rancid middle aged miserable cunt.

Westham67 1:55 Sun Nov 11
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They fought for freedom as in speech and expression

Grumpster 1:53 Sun Nov 11
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Definitely done it to just be himself bungo and to say no to the establishment.

Smallest poppy in the world as well.

Sometimes though, your beliefs should be put aside, especially on the 100th anniversary when surrounded by so many brave people.

Then again, I doubt any of them would be brave enough to fuck Diane abbott, so he could well be the bravest man there!!

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