Miliband attends 'incredibly poignant' D-Day service

Ed Miliband has met with veterans after attending an "incredibly poignant" D-Day remembrance service at Bayeux Cathedral.

The Labour leader tweeted after the service:

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With another of the hundreds of heroic D-Day veterans at the Bayeux Cemetery. #DDay70 http://t.co/W4efnoyDtz

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In Bayeux with Frank Baugh, 90, from Doncaster who was in charge of one of the first landing craft onto Sword Beach http://t.co/XBmiO7JOiR

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Have just represented the Labour Party at the incredibly poignant UK-French Service of Remembrance at Bayeux Cathedral.

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