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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David Cameron pays tribute to fallen WW1 relative

The Prime Minister has visited a memorial to his great, great uncle Captain Francis Mount, who died on the last day of the Battle of Loos in 1915.

Almost 60,000 British servicemen are thought to have lost their lives during the two-and-a-half week battle.

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