Remembrance Day: Why people wear poppies and others don't - BBC News - shoppingarena.info
Published: 5 days ago By: BBC News
By: BBC NewsPublished: 5 days ago
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Introduced in 1921 by the British Legion, the famous poppy pin is worn by some to remember the casualties of war.
Not wearing it has caused controversy on the football pitch for Stoke player James McClean.
Manchester United footballer Nemanja Matic is the latest player to decide against wearing one.
So why is this simple symbol so complicated?
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