David Cameron told Britain's D-Day veterans the country would "always be proud" of them.
The Prime Minister joined D-Day veterans on warship HMS Belfast for a ceremony to mark the 70th anniversary of the Normandy Landings. The ship, which is moored on the River Thames, led 70th anniversary D-Day commemorations with a formal ceremony for veterans who served on it during the assault.
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