A small service was held this morning at the Cenotaph in Martin Place to commemorate Vietnam Veterans Day. Today marks the 54th anniversary of the Battle of Long Tan. Numbers at the service had to be capped because of the coronavirus pandemic. #7NEWS
To honour the sacrifice of the Belgian and British forces through two World Wars, Defence Minister Jeremy Quin and Belgian Ambassador Bruno van der Pluijm laid wreaths today on the Cenotaph in London. @BelgiuminUK
The Prince of Wales laid a wreath at the Cenotaph on behalf of The Queen, who is Head of the Armed Forces. The word cenotaph means ‘empty tomb’ and it symbolises the unprecedented losses suffered during the First World War. #RemembranceSunday #RemembranceDay #LestWeForget
London’s brilliant black cab drivers waiting on Westminster Bridge to drive veterans, for free, to the Cenotaph. They do this every year, and this is one of the many reasons they’re the best cab drivers in the world. Thanks to all of them. ??
It was an honour meeting and hearing the stories of veterans, and all those who came to pay their respects at the Cenotaph today. Our armed forces, veterans and their families deserve our support and commitment. #RemembranceSunday
Ed Miliband builds a policy cenotaph. And you wonder why we stopped doing The Thick Of It.