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King pays tribute to Britain’s conflict useless: Charles unites the nation as he leads Remembrance Sunday service on the Cenotaph, with royals, senior politicians and dignitaries laying poppy wreaths to honour the fallen – hours after protest violence in London

King pays tribute to Britain’s conflict useless: Charles unites the nation as he leads Remembrance Sunday service on the Cenotaph, with royals, senior politicians and dignitaries laying poppy wreaths to honour the fallen – hours after protest violence in London


King Charles has paid tribute to Britain’s conflict useless as he leads the Remembrance Sunday service on the Cenotaph this morning.

The monarch, carefully adopted by Princess Royal and Prince William, united the nation as he laid the primary wreath on the base of the conflict memorial.

Suella Braverman is heading to the Remembrance Day service on the Cenotaph this morning amid intensifying requires her to be sacked after violence broke out throughout a pro-Palestinian march in London.

The House Secretary has arrived on the Nationwide Service of Remembrance, which is able to see King Charles lead the memorial to mark the tip of the First World Warfare.

Some 10,000 veterans and 800 armed forces personnel members from all three companies will march previous the Cenotaph right now, whereas a two minute silence will happen at 11am. 

The service follows a day of violent clashes in central London between counter-protesters and police, who tried to cease them from interfering with the march. 

The Met Police made greater than 100 arrests yesterday and officers have been injured by far-right thugs after the House Secretary branded the Gaza rally a ‘hate march’ and accused Scotland Yard of bias for letting it go forward.

Keir Starmer and Sadiq Khan have stepped up requires Ms Braverman to be sacked. There may be hypothesis over a reshuffle later this week – doubtlessly after a crunch Rwanda coverage judgment on Wednesday.  

King Charles has paid tribute to Britain's war dead as he leads the Remembrance Sunday service at the Cenotaph this morning

King Charles has paid tribute to Britain’s conflict useless as he leads the Remembrance Sunday service on the Cenotaph this morning

The Prince and Princess of Wales are pictured en route to the Cenotaph on Sunday

The Prince and Princess of Wales are pictured en route to the Cenotaph on Sunday

The Prince and Princess of Wales are pictured en route to the Cenotaph on Sunday

Members of the military form up on Parliament Street ahead of the Remembrance Sunday service at the Cenotaph

Members of the military form up on Parliament Street ahead of the Remembrance Sunday service at the Cenotaph

Members of the navy kind up on Parliament Road forward of the Remembrance Sunday service on the Cenotaph

Home Secretary Suella Braverman (centre) and Foreign Secretary James Cleverly (right) hold wreaths during the Remembrance Sunday service at the Cenotaph, in Whitehall

Home Secretary Suella Braverman (centre) and Foreign Secretary James Cleverly (right) hold wreaths during the Remembrance Sunday service at the Cenotaph, in Whitehall

House Secretary Suella Braverman (centre) and International Secretary James Cleverly (proper) maintain wreaths throughout the Remembrance Sunday service on the Cenotaph, in Whitehall

Home Secretary Suella Braverman attends the National Service of Remembrance on Sunday

Home Secretary Suella Braverman attends the National Service of Remembrance on Sunday

House Secretary Suella Braverman attends the Nationwide Service of Remembrance on Sunday

Prime Minister Rishi Sunk and Akshata Murty attend the National Service of Remembrance on Whitehall on Sunday

Prime Minister Rishi Sunk and Akshata Murty attend the National Service of Remembrance on Whitehall on Sunday

Prime Minister Rishi Sunk and Akshata Murty attend the Nationwide Service of Remembrance on Whitehall on Sunday

Soldiers march during the National Service of Remembrance at The Cenotaph on Whitehall in London on Sunday

Soldiers march during the National Service of Remembrance at The Cenotaph on Whitehall in London on Sunday

Troopers march throughout the Nationwide Service of Remembrance at The Cenotaph on Whitehall in London on Sunday

Secretary of State for Defence, Grant Shapps attends the National Service of Remembrance

Secretary of State for Defence, Grant Shapps attends the National Service of Remembrance

Secretary of State for Defence, Grant Shapps attends the Nationwide Service of Remembrance

James Cleverly, the Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Affairs, and his wife Susannah Janet Temple Cleverly attend the National Service of Remembrance in London on Sunday

James Cleverly, the Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Affairs, and his wife Susannah Janet Temple Cleverly attend the National Service of Remembrance in London on Sunday

James Cleverly, the Secretary of State for International, Commonwealth and Improvement Affairs, and his spouse Susannah Janet Temple Cleverly attend the Nationwide Service of Remembrance in London on Sunday

A group of cadets from Preston gather on Trafalgar Square in central London before a service is held at The Cenotaph on Whitehall

A group of cadets from Preston gather on Trafalgar Square in central London before a service is held at The Cenotaph on Whitehall

A gaggle of cadets from Preston collect on Trafalgar Sq. in central London earlier than a service is held at The Cenotaph on Whitehall

Former Prime Minister Boris Johnson attends the National Service of Remembrance on Sunday

Former Prime Minister Boris Johnson attends the National Service of Remembrance on Sunday

Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown attends the National Service of Remembrance on Sunday

Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown attends the National Service of Remembrance on Sunday

Former Prime Ministers Boris Johnson (left) and Gordon Brown (proper) attend the Nationwide Service of Remembrance on Sunday

A large police presence is in place in Westminster ahead of a National Service of Remembrance at the Cenotaph in central London on Sunday after violence broke out during a pro-Palestinian march on Saturday

A large police presence is in place in Westminster ahead of a National Service of Remembrance at the Cenotaph in central London on Sunday after violence broke out during a pro-Palestinian march on Saturday

A big police presence is in place in Westminster forward of a Nationwide Service of Remembrance on the Cenotaph in central London on Sunday after violence broke out throughout a pro-Palestinian march on Saturday

Members of the Royal Navy are stationed outdoors the International, Commonwealth and Improvement Workplace constructing on Whitehall this morning, and a band from his Majesty’s Royal Marines Portsmouth has performed for the gang.

The King will lead right now’s occasions to mark the tip of the First World Warfare, which may also see members of the Royal Household and senior politicians lay wreaths on the base of the conflict memorial.

A gaggle of Royal British Legion trustees is standing on the entrance of a giant group of individuals, stretching again down Whitehall, who’re attributable to stroll previous the Cenotaph in a while throughout the Remembrance Day service.

Members of the Gurkha Brigade Affiliation are amongst these gathered behind them.

Wreaths of poppies have been taken via the gates of Downing Road forward of the Remembrance Day service on the Cenotaph.

A protracted line of veterans and armed forces personnel members – snaking from close to the gates of Downing Road to down previous Horse Guards Parade – has assembled. Crowds of onlookers clapped them as they arrived. 

It comes after the Metropolitan Police mentioned it made 126 arrests after far-right teams gathered to ‘shield the Cenotaph’ from a serious pro-palestine march throughout Armistice day on Saturday. 

9 officers have been injured after they have been pelted with bottles, cans and metallic fences whereas stopping a crowd of primarily far-right soccer hooligans from reaching the Cenotaph. 

King Charles (pictured) will lead a Remembrance Sunday at the Cenotaph just hours after more than 100 people were arrested during protests in London

King Charles (pictured) will lead a Remembrance Sunday at the Cenotaph just hours after more than 100 people were arrested during protests in London

King Charles (pictured) will lead a Remembrance Sunday on the Cenotaph simply hours after greater than 100 individuals have been arrested throughout protests in London

Former Prime Minister Liz Truss attends the National Service of Remembrance on Sunday

Former Prime Minister Liz Truss attends the National Service of Remembrance on Sunday

Former Prime Minister Liz Truss attends the Nationwide Service of Remembrance on Sunday

Veterans stand near the Guards Memorial on the day of the National Service of Remembrance, in Whitehall, Westminster on Sunday

Veterans stand near the Guards Memorial on the day of the National Service of Remembrance, in Whitehall, Westminster on Sunday

Veterans stand close to the Guards Memorial on the day of the Nationwide Service of Remembrance, in Whitehall, Westminster on Sunday

A Royal Air Force service dog waits in Horse Guards to take part in the Remembrance Sunday service at the Cenotaph, in Whitehall, London on Sunday

A Royal Air Force service dog waits in Horse Guards to take part in the Remembrance Sunday service at the Cenotaph, in Whitehall, London on Sunday

A Royal Air Power service canine waits in Horse Guards to participate within the Remembrance Sunday service on the Cenotaph, in Whitehall, London on Sunday

Chelsea Pensioners walk and ride wheelchairs near the Guards Memorial on the day of the National Service of Remembrance, in Whitehall, Westminster on Sunday

Chelsea Pensioners walk and ride wheelchairs near the Guards Memorial on the day of the National Service of Remembrance, in Whitehall, Westminster on Sunday

Chelsea Pensioners stroll and experience wheelchairs close to the Guards Memorial on the day of the Nationwide Service of Remembrance, in Whitehall, Westminster on Sunday

Scuffles broke out as police tried to cease a crowd of individuals carrying St George’s flags marching alongside Embankment in direction of Whitehall, the place the Cenotaph is positioned, shortly after 10am.

The group, which had been chanting ‘England ’til I die’ pushed via the police barrier, with some shouting ‘let’s have them’ as officers hit out with batons.

Additional clashes with police occurred in Chinatown with counter-protesters chanting: ‘You are not English any extra’ in direction of officers.

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak mentioned the ugly scenes on Armistice Day ‘totally disrespects’ the spirit of remembrance. He mentioned he would meet Met Commissioner Sir Mark Rowley to carry him ‘accountable’ for coping with the disturbances.

Footage confirmed rival teams of demonstrators clashing in Trafalgar Sq., with one counter-protester seen wielding a stick – as Michael Gove was hassled by pro-Palestinians shouting ‘disgrace on you’ as he tried to go away Victoria station. 

Mr Sunak mentioned in a press release: ‘I condemn the violent, wholly unacceptable scenes we now have seen right now from the EDL (English Defence League) and related teams and Hamas sympathisers attending the Nationwide March for palestine. The despicable actions of a minority of individuals undermine those that have chosen to precise their views peacefully.’ 

He mentioned their actions do ‘not defend the honour of our Armed Forces, however totally disrespects them’, including: ‘That’s true for EDL thugs attacking law enforcement officials and trespassing on the Cenotaph, and it’s true for these singing antisemitic chants and brandishing pro-Hamas indicators and clothes on right now’s protest.’

Mr Sunak mentioned he can be assembly the Met chief, including: ‘All criminality have to be met with the total and swift pressure of the regulation. 

‘That’s what I instructed the Met Police Commissioner on Wednesday, that’s what they’re accountable for and that’s what I anticipate.’  

The King will lead today's events to mark the end of the First Word War, which will also members of the Royal Family and senior politicians lay wreaths at the base of the war memorial (pictured)

The King will lead today's events to mark the end of the First Word War, which will also members of the Royal Family and senior politicians lay wreaths at the base of the war memorial (pictured)

The King will lead right now’s occasions to mark the tip of the First Phrase Warfare, which may also members of the Royal Household and senior politicians lay wreaths on the base of the conflict memorial (pictured)

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Far-right teams who gathered to ‘shield the Cenotaph’ from a serious pro-palestine march conflict with police in London on Armistice Day  

A man holding a stick was pictured among a group of counter-protesters in Trafalgar Square yesterday evening

A man holding a stick was pictured among a group of counter-protesters in Trafalgar Square yesterday evening

A person holding a stick was pictured amongst a bunch of counter-protesters in Trafalgar Sq. yesterday night 

There have been clashes all through the day after a whole lot of far-right thugs gathered in Whitehall to ‘shield the Cenotaph’ 

In this photo counter-protesters are seen on the left and pro-Palestinians on the right

In this photo counter-protesters are seen on the left and pro-Palestinians on the right

On this photograph counter-protesters are seen on the left and pro-Palestinians on the fitting 

Police arrest a man outside The Silver Cross pub on Whitehall on a day of chaos in central London yesterday

Police arrest a man outside The Silver Cross pub on Whitehall on a day of chaos in central London yesterday

Police arrest a person outdoors The Silver Cross pub on Whitehall on a day of chaos in central London yesterday 

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Michael Gove was hassled by pro-palestine protesters as he tried to go away Victoria station 

In the meantime, an emotional King Charles was final night time joined by a bunch of high-profile royals as statues of his late mother and father Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip have been unveiled at a particular pageant of remembrance on the Royal Albert Corridor.

The life-sized bronze artworks, commemorating the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh’s dedication to the Royal Albert Corridor, have been erected as a part of the constructing’s one hundred and fiftieth anniversary. 

Charles was joined by Queen Camilla and the Prince and Princess of Wales on the Royal British Legion’s Pageant of Remembrance, with Kate sporting one of many late Queen’s pearl necklaces.

The Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh, the Princess Royal and Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence, the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester and the Duke of Kent have been additionally in attendance.

As they took their seats, Charles was seen waving to the packed corridor. 

Mr Sunak noticed the occasion from a field to the left of the royals alongside his spouse Akshata Murty whereas Labour chief Sir Keir Starmer sat in a separate field to the fitting together with his spouse Girl Victoria. 

The occasion noticed the King unveil the statue of his late mom, whereas Camilla pulled again the curtain on the bust of Prince Philip. 

Upon arriving, Charles and Camilla shook palms with two males earlier than they revealed the statues for the primary time.

After a countdown of three, Camilla pulled on a golden rope and crimson velvet curtains revealed the bronze statue of Prince Philip.

Then Charles did the identical and unveiled the statue of his late mom, Queen Elizabeth II, who died in September 2022. 

King Charles was pictured unveiling statues of his mother, the late Queen and Prince Philip

King Charles was pictured unveiling statues of his mother, the late Queen and Prince Philip

King Charles was pictured unveiling statues of his mom, the late Queen and Prince Philip

King Charles looked emotional as he unveiled the new statues of his mother and father

King Charles looked emotional as he unveiled the new statues of his mother and father

King Charles seemed emotional as he unveiled the brand new statues of his mom and father 

A statue of Queen Elizabeth II unveiled by King Charles

A statue of Queen Elizabeth II unveiled by King Charles

A statue of Prince Philip unveiled by Queen Camilla

A statue of Prince Philip unveiled by Queen Camilla

A statue of Queen Elizabeth II (L) unveiled by King Charles and a statue of Prince Philip unveiled by Queen Camilla (R)

Queen Camilla donned a black dress and multiple poppies as she attended the festival in London

Queen Camilla donned a black dress and multiple poppies as she attended the festival in London

Queen Camilla donned a black costume and a number of poppies as she attended the pageant in London 

The Princess of Wales attends the Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance at the Royal Albert Hall in London wearing the late Queen's pearl necklace

The Princess of Wales attends the Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance at the Royal Albert Hall in London wearing the late Queen's pearl necklace

The Princess of Wales attends the Royal British Legion Pageant of Remembrance on the Royal Albert Corridor in London sporting the late Queen’s pearl necklace

The Royal Family were pictured at The Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance at Royal Albert Hall, London. Pictured: From left, Birgitte, Duchess of Gloucester, Kate, Princess of Wales, Prince William, King Charles III, Princess Anne, Queen Camilla and Vice Admiral Timothy Laurence

The Royal Family were pictured at The Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance at Royal Albert Hall, London. Pictured: From left, Birgitte, Duchess of Gloucester, Kate, Princess of Wales, Prince William, King Charles III, Princess Anne, Queen Camilla and Vice Admiral Timothy Laurence

The Royal Household have been pictured at The Royal British Legion Pageant of Remembrance at Royal Albert Corridor, London. Pictured: From left, Birgitte, Duchess of Gloucester, Kate, Princess of Wales, Prince William, King Charles III, Princess Anne, Queen Camilla and Vice Admiral Timothy Laurence

Artworks of Queen Victoria and her husband, Prince Albert, have been additionally unveiled on the Royal Albert Corridor this week.

The statues, created by artist Poppy Subject, ‘full’ the constructing by filling the niches of its north porch, which have been empty since 1871, and its south porch, added in 2003.

Charles and Camilla have been seen clapping at numerous factors throughout the occasion together with on the arrival of the Chelsea Pensioners.

Internet hosting the annual Royal British Legion occasion, Clare Balding mentioned that servicemen and ladies who’ve misplaced their lives are ‘stored alive with our phrases, our reminiscences, our tributes’.

There have been performances from British soul singer Mica Paris, pop star Calum Scott, Chelsea Pensioner Colin Thackery and tenor Alfie Boe, who carried out Convey Him House.

The Princess Royal led a tribute to those that misplaced their lives within the Battle of the Atlantic, the longest navy marketing campaign of the Second World Warfare.



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