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:
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
Have just represented the Labour Party at the incredibly poignant UK-French Service of Remembrance at Bayeux Cathedral.
British veterans were cheered and thanked as they paraded through the streets of Bayeux today.
Otley veteran, Harold Robinson had a 24th birthday with a difference, as he swapped cards for rifle rounds as part of the D-Day landings.
D-Day veteran Brian Carter from Cambridgeshire has a unique record of the Allied invasion with a compelling series of his own photographs.