Britain marks Remembrance Sunday

Members of the Royal family, politicians and veterans are commemorating those who lost their lives in conflict as the UK marks Remembrance Sunday.

A two-minutes silence was held across the UK and wreaths were laid at the memorials.

Prince Charles attended the annual ceremony at the Cenotaph in London and Big Ben chimed at 11.00 GMT.

At the Cenotaph on Whitehall, the Last Post was played shortly before the Prince of Wales laid the wreath.

The royals were joined by Prime Minister Theresa May, other senior politicians, religious leaders and dignitaries from around the Commonwealth.