The display was commissioned by the Department for Transport, which recently introduced a law change to allow skytyping and skywriting to take place.
The event was due to be held on September 4 but has been cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
A new paper claimed the Department of Health had been ‘found wanting’ during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Mr Clark served as a radar operator on Beaufighters during the Second World War.
Former soldier Eric Howden BEM, 75, had planned a parade with comrades in Redcar but restrictions meant the event was cancelled.
Major events were cancelled due to coronavirus, but there was still the chance to bring some colour to the event.
Derek Herbert had been due to appear at Hever Castle in Kent but will instead perform on social media.
BeLeave founder Darren Grimes said the decision called into question whether the Electoral Commission was ‘fit for purpose’.
Friday marks 75 years since the formal acceptance by the Allies of Nazi Germany’s surrender.
The fundraising phenomenon said his joy 75 years ago was tempered by the knowledge comrades were fighting beyond Europe.
The celebrated singer, aged 103, will sing the tune in lockdown from her home in east Sussex alongside her family.
Sources say that there will be a gradual ramping up of services from May 18.
Stanley Johnson went out to buy a newspaper chronicling the birth of his 14th grandchild.
Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden said the Government was also prepared to row back from easing restrictions if ‘things…get out of control’.
Molly Watts is a staff nurse on the paediatric intensive care unit at Southampton Children’s Hospital.
For the first time, this year’s VE Day will be marked at home and online.
Lily Barnett will walk the corridor of her home to support Help for Heroes.