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They later responded, saying: "It was just an oversight." The profile picture has since been replaced with a genuine image of Mr Cameron wearing a poppy - and the altered version deleted.[about her family] We have halves and steps [sisters], and they have babies. My parents divorced each other and remarried other people and then had more kids, so my mom actually had five children.A picture has been posted on the official 10 Downing Street Facebook account of David Cameron - with a poppy Photoshopped on to his jacket.

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It was the first day of the Royal British Legion’s annual poppy appeal, which opened with a “symbolic” poppy being transported from the legion’s headquarters to Downing Street to be presented to the Prime Minister.Simple good manners might have told Cameron to remove the poppy while he was with the Chinese President, but Downing Street was emphatic that he would wear it “in the usual way”. Tim Farron, leader of that half-forgotten political party, the Liberal Democrats, made a rare appearance in , with a piece he had written condemning fines imposed on parents who take their children out of school to go on holiday. Tobias Ellwood will have been very busy since he was appointed the Foreign Office minister responsible for the quagmire that is the Middle East, so cannot be blamed if he has had trouble keeping up with home news. “Selling unlicensed medicines is illegal and poses a serious health hazard.Bad luck that the piece was tagged as having been written by someone called “Tim Fallon”. Mr Ellwood published his reply to a written question about the destruction of cultural artefacts by Isis, and announced that there is to be a conference on this next Wednesday, which he will co-host. Anyone thinking of committing this fraud should be under no illusions, we will come and find you,” said the MHRA’s head of operations, Danny Lee-Frost.Simon Danczuk, the Labour MP for Rochdale, said: "It is disappointing to say the least that our country's leader would stoop to the level of using photo shop on what is a very sensitive issue.“You would have hoped that those around him had more sense than to carry out what can only be described as an unseemly and inappropriate act." Remembrance poppies, which commemorate fallen soldiers at the First World War, are sold by The Royal British Legion, a charity looks after serving and ex-servicemen and their dependants.

It was the first day of the Royal British Legion’s annual poppy appeal, which opened with a “symbolic” poppy being transported from the legion’s headquarters to Downing Street to be presented to the Prime Minister.Simple good manners might have told Cameron to remove the poppy while he was with the Chinese President, but Downing Street was emphatic that he would wear it “in the usual way”. Tim Farron, leader of that half-forgotten political party, the Liberal Democrats, made a rare appearance in , with a piece he had written condemning fines imposed on parents who take their children out of school to go on holiday. Tobias Ellwood will have been very busy since he was appointed the Foreign Office minister responsible for the quagmire that is the Middle East, so cannot be blamed if he has had trouble keeping up with home news. “Selling unlicensed medicines is illegal and poses a serious health hazard.Bad luck that the piece was tagged as having been written by someone called “Tim Fallon”. Mr Ellwood published his reply to a written question about the destruction of cultural artefacts by Isis, and announced that there is to be a conference on this next Wednesday, which he will co-host. Anyone thinking of committing this fraud should be under no illusions, we will come and find you,” said the MHRA’s head of operations, Danny Lee-Frost.Simon Danczuk, the Labour MP for Rochdale, said: "It is disappointing to say the least that our country's leader would stoop to the level of using photo shop on what is a very sensitive issue.“You would have hoped that those around him had more sense than to carry out what can only be described as an unseemly and inappropriate act." Remembrance poppies, which commemorate fallen soldiers at the First World War, are sold by The Royal British Legion, a charity looks after serving and ex-servicemen and their dependants.Five years ago, there was a ripple of diplomatic awkwardness when Cameron led a British delegation who arrived at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing with poppies in their lapels, having refused a request by the Chinese not to wear them.