The Second Sea Lord, Vice Admiral David Steel, salutes after laying a wreath at the spot aboard HMS Victory at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, Hampshire, where Admiral Lord Nelson was shot and fell at the battle of Trafalgar on this day in 1805.
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Known as Pily she died in January, seven months after the disaster, having suffered a stroke.
The shake-up also aims to smash the "myth" that officers cannot pursue riders who are not wearing helmets.