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Royal British Legion's official advice on wearing poppy

4 November 2013 Last updated at 07:12 GMT

The tradition of wearing a poppy to mark Remembrance Day dates back to 1921 when the Royal British Legion launched its first appeal.

With debate as to how and where it should be worn, the Royal British Legion has given the BBC its official advice.

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