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Boris Johnson has threatened to water down human rights legislation so that it will not apply to troops on military operations, even within the UK.
Hundreds of white poppy wearers have attended ceremonies to remember all victims of war and to commit themselves to peace.
General election candidates from several parties have been attacked in parts of the media for wearing white poppies.
Veterans who wear white poppies have urged the Minister for Veterans to apologise for encouraging people to "ignore" white poppy wearers.
The Royal British Legion is to prevent civilian members of organisations such as St John Ambulance from joining their Cenotaph parade.
The landlord of a pub in Bristol has said that customers who do not wear a red poppy will be refused service on Remembrance Sunday.
White poppy wearers will hold alternative Remembrance events to remember all victims of war and to commit themselves to peace.
The Peace Pledge Union is joining with Lesbians and Gays Support the Migrants in a ceremony to remember refugees who have died seeking safety.
As they prepare to launch their
Peace and human rights campaigners in Turkey have condemned the Turkish military offensive in Syria, despite attempts to suppress dissident voices.