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Lights Out as Britain commemorates WW1

Britain's most famous landmarks including the London Eye, Houses of Parliament, Downing Street and Gateshead's Millennium Bridge were plunged into darkness for an hour last night to mark the moment Britain first declared war on Germany in 1914.

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Cameron: Right to remember and right to pay tribute

It is "right to remember and right to pay tribute" to those who fought in the First World War, David Cameron has said.

Speaking at Loos Cemetery in northern France, the Prime Minister said, "I think it's right to commemorate because of the massive scale of this slaughter."

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