KING CHARLES, UK PM SUNAK LEAD REMEMBRANCE SERVICES AFTER DAY OF PROTESTS The Country Honours those killed in wars for the defence of King and Country
King Charles and Prime Minister Rishi Sunak led Britain in remembering the country’s war dead on Sunday, November 12th, seeking to unify communities
At a solemn ceremony at the Cenotaph war memorial on Whitehall in central London, Charles, Sunak, other politicians and senior members of the royal family held a two-minute silence and then laid wreaths to honour those killed in the war.
The annual Armistice Day commemoration marking the end of World War
A large pro-Palestinian march was marked by skirmishes between far-right counter-protesters and police. More than 300,000 pro-Palestinian demonstrators marched through central London, with police arresting more than 120 people as they sought to stop far-right counter-protesters from ambushing the main rally.
Those who were arrested only to prevent a breach of the peace and not for any other offence have now been released, police said.