A naval officer who defused two Second World War bombs found in Plymouth has been awarded the Queen's Commendation for Bravery. Lieutenant Commander Richard Talbot was said to have shown courage of the highest order when he made two devices safe. Bob Constantine has this report:
British service men and women have been honoured for their bravery. A total of 131 members of the armed services received honours and awards in the Operation Honours List following tours across the world and incidents at home.