Vince Cable’s message for Remembrance Sunday

Vince Cable’s message for Remembrance Sunday is below:

It is an honour to have been invited to the National Remembrance Day event at the Cenotaph.

It is almost a century since the end of World War I. My grandfather was captured in a First World War battle, and maltreated in a prison camp. As with many survivors, he suffered from permanently damaged health.

Nearly every family in this country has a relation who was killed, injured or suffered in a major war.

Today we honour their sacrifice

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