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“We are disturbed, therefore, to hear that David Cameron plans to spend £55,000,000 on "truly national commemorations" to mark this anniversary. Mr. Cameron has quite inappropriately compared these to the "Diamond Jubilee celebrations" and stated that their aim will be to stress our "national spirit".

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Ex-British soldier Ben Griffin on why we will not fight for Queen and country

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Germany, I apologise for this sickening avalanche of first world war worship


By AnBalores Posted: February 03, 2014


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  • IainS  |  February 03 2014, 6:34PM

    That ex soldier, ex SAS as well, deserves a pat on the bag for making a principled stand. I am glad that people are slowly waking up to Camoron and his Westminster ilk.

  • josdave  |  February 03 2014, 7:41PM

    Can't spend a penny to help those on the Somerset levels until he thinks he might lose a few votes but can spend all that to commemorate a war about which nothing good can be said.

  • AnBalores  |  February 03 2014, 11:26PM

    Agree with you entirely josdave. But hardly the comments of a 'patriotic' Englishman, really.

  • AnBalores  |  February 03 2014, 11:28PM

    Anybody who takes delight in his/her national team, and yes Cornwall is in England whether you like it or not, losing at whatever sport is neither patriotic or a sportsman. Read more: http://tinyurl.com/qhw6g83 Follow us: @thisiscornwall on Twitter | thisiscornwall on Facebook .......and all that!


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