At the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of the year 1918, The Great War came to an end. Two years later, a two minute long pause of silence was suggested as a mark of Remembrance to the 16,543,185 dead and 21,228,813 casualties. Last year I reported showed the Google and Bing Remembrance Day logos, and thought it was a good idea to carry on the tradition.
We also covered newspaper logos showing their signs of respect last year, or at least Malcolm did. The MailOnline was getting a bit of bad press, but they seem to have changed their ways this time around:
The other mainstreams I checked all did something similar… except, as you can see, the Guardian, who are this year’s black sheep of the bunch: