Members of the cabinet, shadow cabinet and former ministers attended the Remembrance Day commemoration ceremony in London today to pay tribute to British military and civil servicemen and women who have died in conflict.
Among those who marked the event, the Prime Minister, the Deputy Prime Minister, shadow leader Ed Miliband, and former Prime Minister Tony Blair attended the ceremony.
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