Today is Remembrance Sunday and the public is commemmorating the deaths of the 888,246 British and Colonial soldiers who lost their lives fighting for Britain in the FIrst World War.
The Queen and politicians, including the prime minister, will today lay wreaths at the Cenotaph, the monument in London to remember Britain's fallen soldiers. And thousands of members of the British public are expected to visit the Tower of London, where artist Paul Cummins has created an installation of ceramic poppies.
1. Thousands of people are also remembering Britain's soldiers – and their family members – online, through a variety of messages. Here are some of them:
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