armistice day

This year’s Remembrance Day is particularly special - it’s exactly 100 years since the end of the First World War. Across the country, there have been many touching memorials and ceremonies to mark the armistice centenary.
Private George Ellison died on the Western Front, just 90 minutes before the Armistice.
Ten thousand torches have been lit in the Tower of London moat, to commemorate a century since the end of World War One. The display is called “Beyond the Deepening Shadow” and will run for eight nights leading up to Armistice Day on 11 November.
The centenary of the Armistice needs to wake us all up to the dangers of the present time. Our remembering, whilst it honours the past, should resolutely face the future.
The goods 'could have diverted vital funds from the Royal British Legion'.
Big Ben chimed for the first time since August to mark the occasion.
They should 'sort their own house out'
The FA is looking at what will happen if they go ahead without permission.