LEST WE FORGET: BRITAIN REMEMBERS THOSE WHO DIED IN SERVICE

THE Queen laid the first wreath yesterday at London’s Cenotaph, as part of Remembrance Day Sunday, honouring the UK’s fallen soldiers. Politicans past and present, including Gordon Brown, Ed Miliband, Tony Blair, Nick Clegg, John Major and David Cameron, turned out for the occasion. War veterans and war widows marched past the Cenotaph and observed the two-minute silence held as Big Ben chimed 11am. Other members of the Royal Family, including the Duke of Edinburgh, Prince William and his wife Kate and Prince Charles, also attended.