Remembrance Day parade scrapped for first time in 60 years over 'health and safety' fears
It is a quintessential part of being British: that in towns and cities up and down the country people march to commemorate the war dead on Remembrance Sunday.
But the parades that take place the length and breadth of the land could soon be a thing of the past thanks to the latest ruling from health and safety officials.
New guidelines are being introduced by police and councils which could spell an end to the tradition - by making the parades too expensive to hold.
Daily Mail UK
Strange, how those old guys in the picture managed to survive without the nannying busybodies, isn't it?
There's nothing wrong with a "health and safety" official that a length of hemp rope and nearest convenient tree branch wouldn't fix.
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