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Fenton Town Hall (18 November 2014)

Robert Flello: ...pay their respects at a graveside. For some people, the memorial is the place where they want to pay their respects. The community wants access, and the most appropriate time would seem to be every Remembrance Sunday, so that people could pay their respects and lay wreaths. That would be difficult if a developer were to take on the building and cover the memorial, or encase it in something...

Corporal Stewart McLaughlin (18 November 2014)

Angela Eagle: ...it was the bravest thing they had ever seen. The regimental colonel said that Corporal McLaughlin’s heroic actions on that day are so widely known that they are now in the DNA of the regiment. As I stood on Egremont prom on Remembrance Sunday to honour our war dead, it occurred to me that no story expresses the bravery and sacrifice of our armed forces better than that of Corporal...

Points of Order (17 November 2014)

Margot James: On a point of order, Madam Deputy Speaker. Is it in order for a Labour MP to have joked about appalling death threats made against a female MP on Remembrance Sunday? Would it be in order for that colleague to come to the House immediately and apologise to you, Madam Deputy Speaker, and also to the Minister for Employment, my right hon. Friend the Member for Wirral West (Esther McVey)?

National Defence Medal (11 November 2014)

Stephen Gilbert: I beg to move, That leave be given to bring in a Bill to require the Secretary of State to introduce a National Defence Medal; and for connected purposes. This Sunday, like many right hon. and hon. Members, I was proud to represent my community at remembrance services in Newquay and St Austell. Remembrance Sunday is always a poignant and emotional day that brings together people from all...

Business of the House: Backbench Business — Iran (UK Foreign Policy) (6 November 2014)

Jack Straw: ...which was highly likely to collapse. A year after the Islamic revolution came the Iran-Iraq war, in which by common consent Iraq was the aggressor and Iran the victim, but the west, including the UK, sided with the aggressor. At the end of this week we have our Remembrance Sunday, when we remember the fallen who gave their lives for us in two world wars. Those wars are part of the...

Business of the House (6 November 2014)

Angela Eagle: ...this opportunity to congratulate the Deputy Leader of the House on his promotion in the fallout from the spectacular exit from the Home Office of the right hon. Member for Lewes (Norman Baker)? On Sunday, I will attend a remembrance service by the war memorial on Egremont prom in New Brighton, overlooking the River Mersey. On that day, we will remember all the men and women who have given...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (5 November 2014)

Edward Miliband: Let me join the Prime Minister in recognising the importance of Remembrance Sunday. This year has particular significance: it is the year of our withdrawal from Afghanistan and, of course, 100 years since the start of the first world war. It is a moment to remember all those who lost their lives in war and everyone who has served our country. That is why we will all be wearing our poppies...

Oral Answers to Questions — Work and Pensions: Child Poverty (3 November 2014)

Bob Russell: ..., will the Minister indicate whether the children of any serving personnel might be brought into child poverty as a result of the Ministry of Defence’s decision in recent days, as we approach Remembrance Sunday, to jack up the rents for Army married housing.

Business of the House (30 October 2014) See 1 other result from this debate

Rehman Chishti: ...to designate those wrecks under the Protection of Military Remains Act 1986. May we have an urgent statement from the Defence Secretary on the commemorations of the first world war as we approach Remembrance Sunday?

Northern Ireland: Haass Talks — Question for Short Debate (22 October 2014)

Lord Dubs: ...pledge from which I wish to quote briefly. It states: “As Protestants and Catholics, we apologise for the terrible deeds we have done to each other and ask forgiveness. From this sacred shrine of remembrance, where soldiers of all nationalities, creeds and political allegiances were united in death, we appeal to all people in Ireland to help build a peaceful and tolerant society. Let...

Opposition Day — [7th Allotted Day]: Military Covenant (22 October 2014)

Jim Shannon: ...families, should be given all the help possible to secure a house and a base from which to continue their life. These people were willing to lay down their lives so that we could have our today; we say that every Remembrance Sunday, and the words are pertinent to everyone who attends Remembrance Sunday services. They mean so much, and those people have done that so that we can have our...

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Armed Forces (Recognition) (14 July 2014)

Mark Francois: ...important. I was at the National Memorial Arboretum yesterday to attend the unveiling of a monument to the Essex Regiment, the Second Battalion of which came up the beach on D-day. We say on Remembrance Sunday, “They will never be forgotten.” They never will.

Bill Presented: First World War (Commemoration) (26 June 2014) See 1 other result from this debate

Robin Walker: ...of the centenary will cover a sequence of events that profoundly changed our nation, each of our constituencies, and the world. As constituency MPs, almost all of us will take part in Remembrance Sunday services, and for me, it is one of the proudest but most humbling moments to take my place each year in Worcester cathedral for the moving service of remembrance. In recent years, those...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (25 June 2014)

David Cameron: ...armed forces, but it is right that we have put the armed forces covenant—the military covenant—into the law of the land. Armed forces day is now an important part of our national character. On Remembrance Sunday, we remember those who have served and those who have fallen, but armed forces day is an opportunity to celebrate all those who serve today, to thank them and their...

Written Answers — Home Department: Police: Remembrance Day (6 May 2014) See 1 other result from this answer

Alec Shelbrooke: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department if she will require local police forces to cover the costs of police presence at Remembrance Sunday events.

[Hugh Bayley in the Chair] — Backbench Business — Commonwealth Day (13 March 2014)

...more in our constituencies to promote the Commonwealth and the importance of our heritage. I would like to commend members of my local Conservative association who have formed a Conservative Commonwealth group. On Sunday, we held the first Romford service of thanksgiving for the Commonwealth at St Alban Protomartyr church in my constituency, presided over by Rev. Father Roderick Hingley....

Written Answers — Culture Media and Sport: Remembrance Day (5 March 2014)

Andrew Rosindell: ...for Culture, Media and Sport what discussions she has had with the Prime Minister about allowing British Overseas Territories and Crown Dependencies to lay individual wreaths at the Cenotaph on Remembrance Sunday.

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Crown Dependencies and British Overseas Territories (24 February 2014) See 1 other result from this answer

Andrew Rosindell: ...for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what discussions he has had with the Prime Minister on allowing British Overseas Territories and Crown Dependencies to lay individual wreaths at the Cenotaph on Remembrance Sunday.

Armed Forces (Prevention of Discrimination) Bill (24 January 2014) See 1 other result from this debate

Anna Soubry: ...great respect for them. The hon. Members for Corby (Andy Sawford) and for Gedling talked about current public opinion of our armed forces personnel, which I do not think will diminish. We see people turning out not just on Remembrance Sunday, but for home-coming parades. When I visited the home-coming parade at Stapleford in my constituency only last year, on a really wet, cold and...

[Mr Peter Bone in the Chair] — Crown Dependencies (16 January 2014)

Andrew Rosindell: ...Committee satisfied that the Crown dependencies are fully included, in the sense that there are ceremonial and British traditions from which they currently seem to be excluded? I give the example of the Remembrance Sunday parade and service in Whitehall. The Crown dependencies are still, to this day, denied the right to lay a wreath alongside other members of the Commonwealth. Not only...

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