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The armed forces have been accused of whitewashing their image with “family fun” events around the UK this Saturday. The Peace Pledge Union warned that Armed Forces Day events routinely present war and weapons as clean and exciting.
A retired NATO commander has accused David Cameron of making the UK 'semi-pacifist', sparking derision from pacifist groups.
British pacifists have urged opponents of war to become “conscientious objectors” by challenging militarist values and attitudes in everyday life.
A memorial to Bomber Command has been described as a "monument of shame" by a group that campaigned against the bombing of German civilians in World War Two.
Young Methodists are holding two services of Remembrance on Twitter on Sunday, raising awareness of groups working for peace and supporting war veterans and victims.
A Christian NGO has added its voice to the growing support for Michael Lyons, a member of the Royal Navy who is facing imprisonment for 'wilful disobedience'.
The Peace Pledge Union (PPU) has urged people in Britain to honour the dead on Remembrance Day by renouncing warfare.
Britain's Quakers have said that they will work alongside other opponents of Trident nuclear weapons, even if they do not share the Quakers' commitment to peace.
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