Category Archives: Remembrance Sunday

We will remember them….

Late last night I read something on Facebook, written by a friend, which brought home the realities of war. I can’t share it here, because it’s not my story to tell, but it was both moving and inspiring. Many of … Continue reading

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Tower Bridge to open in act of remembrance

One of the fabulous things about being an MP or working for one is that you get the chance to take good ideas from constituents and make them happen. In two minutes’ time at 11am on 11.11.11, 91 years after … Continue reading

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>For Remembrance Sunday; Remembering the fallen and their families

>I am not quite a pacifist, but generally believe that there are better ways of solving problems than using force. That doesn’t stop my unwavering respect and gratitude for the work of the armed forces in this country, past, present … Continue reading

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>Remembering the agony of the families

>As I sit in my cosy house, surrounded by my small but happy family, I feel so much for those families of members of the Armed Forces who have lost their lives in the course of their duties. There are … Continue reading

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