Watch as Britain marks Remembrance Sunday at the Cenotaph on Whitehall, commemorating British military service members who died in both World Wars and later conflicts.
The nation fell silent on Sunday as King Charles III lead a moving service.
A two-minute silence took place across the UK at 11am and wreaths were then laid by members of the royal family, senior politicians and dignitaries at the Cenotaph in London.
A major policing operation remains in place after more than 120 arrests – mostly far-right counter-protesters – following a pro-Palestinian march that was held on Armistice Day.
Charles led the country at the Whitehall memorial in commemorating the end of the First World War and other conflicts involving British and Commonwealth forces.
Almost 10,000 veterans and 800 Armed Forces personnel from all three services then took part in a march-past.
They were joined by thousands of members of the public who lined Whitehall to watch the service.