"Some today would have us forget those times, and forget the astonishing and selfless bravery of those 2,927 men. Mrs Rigby can't forget, because she wasn't alive then, but she is very aware of the importance of those battles and is also aware of what might have happened to Britain had we lost the war.Yes, most definitely we are still fighting a battle for Britain - a battle whereby, because of our p-poor education system, the younger generation have no knowledge about the importance of self-detmination where governance of this country is concerned; a battle to honour those that permitted the greatest of benefits, namely freedom, to flourish and which yet again our politicians seem determined to cede.
Some say we are still fighting a battle for Britain, others say there's no point because politicians have surrendered our sovereignty to Europe. But, well, this is Britain after all, and we don't take kindly to takeover bids, no matter how subtle they may be."
We most certainly are in a battle - one that some of us will never, ever accept as lost!