_They were warned the rifle display during the march in Plymouth, Devon, could be deemed as 'glamorising' weapons. Cadets were left 'bitterly disappointed' by the late change, which organisers today branded 'political correctness gone mad'. Basil Downing-Waite, chairman of the Federation of Plymouth and District Ex Services Associations, which organised the event, said: 'It's political correctness gone mad. I feel bitterly disappointed because it gives the young people a sense of responsibility. 'They are delighted to do these displays.' The Remembrance Day march is still due to go ahead, but without rifles. A senior cadet instructor said the children had been left 'very upset' by the ruling.