In Pictures: Theresa May honours war dead in Belgium and France
The Prime Minister laid wreaths in a war cemetery in Mons and at the Thiepval Memorial in Authuille.
Prime Minister Theresa May has paid her respects to those killed in the First World War, during a visit to Mons in Belgium.
Mrs May was joined by Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel for the visit to St Symphorien Military Cemetery in Mons.
She later travelled to France to pay tribute alongside French President Emmanuel Macron.
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