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WHU(Exeter) 1:48 Fri Nov 8
Lest we forget

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Bungo 9:33 Fri Nov 8
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Gaffer58 9:17 Fri Nov 8

Clearly a deeply valuable contribution!

Gaffer58 9:17 Fri Nov 8
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Bungo, although I totally agree with your suggestion, the establishment think it more appropriate that in the various honours lists some pen pusher who has worked in Whitehall for 25 years really deserves an MBE.

Bungo 8:38 Fri Nov 8
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Great to see Harry Billinge on Breakfast again today, and allowed to speak without being interrupted. Full marks to Naga for once.

Don't know what the protocol for servicemen is, but he should be awarded whatever honour is appropriate asap.

ChillTheKeel 4:46 Fri Nov 8
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Shout out to the London Regiment (1908–1938)

Too Much Too Young 4:36 Fri Nov 8
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Have you seen the Purple Poppies for animals of War?

Get one for the hound.

Northern Sold 4:12 Fri Nov 8
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Mike Oxsaw 4:11 Fri Nov 8
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I'm surprised that there's not a poppy with no petals, out of respect to those who can't reproduce.

Northern Sold 4:08 Fri Nov 8
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There's a black Poppy now as well.... for err... black serviceman that served... I mean silly me but I thought the `original' red' poppy would cover ALL creeds, colours and sexes??

Manip 2:29 Fri Nov 8
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Very moving, from 6.30 especially.

twoleftfeet 2:09 Fri Nov 8
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I have noticed that the LGBT mafia have mad a rainbow coloured poppy for gay people that fought and died.

God forbid the LGBT should let some other group have one day of the year when a persons sexuality isn’t an issue.

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