It’s the poppy season again, and woe betide those in the public eye who do not wear theirs with sufficient enthusiasm. But there’s also a dark side to this tradition
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The heads of Britain’s security services left MPs in no doubt whom they blame for aiding terrorism
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They shall grow not old: The birth of the War Graves Commission - and the furious controversy it sparkedThey died en masse, but for the first time in the history of conflict, the common soldier was buried as an individual. Ahead of next year's centenary of the Great War, John Lichfield examines the birth of the War Graves Commission – and the furious controversy it sparked
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