This is a wierd one which leapt out at me today. Apparently done around the world but recognised in the UK only for the first time this year (it's on Wed 28th Apr btw). It's to commemorate those who have died in the work place. It even comes with a one minute silence. It seems to me we're getting days to remember all kinds of stuff and I've had about enough of them. It is getting rather silly. I'm probably just biased about this stuff since to me it stinks of P.C. madness. Discuss and enlighten me - or not.