BRITAIN will “never forget” a scapegoat done by a heroes of WWI – Theresa May announced final night as she noted a start of a Armistice centenary commemoration.
The PM will take a mangle from a Brexit talks to transport to Belgium and France to compensate her respects.
She will revisit dual fight cemeteries currently to lay wreaths alongside French President Emmanuel Macron and Belgian PM Charles Michel.
She will lay a spray during a graves of a initial and final UK soldiers to be killed in a conflict, John Parr and George Ellison, during a St Symphorien Military Cemetery in Mons, Belgium.
Mrs May will afterwards transport to France to accommodate President Emmanuel Macron in Albert, a city in a heart of a Somme segment that suffered complicated barrage during a conflict.
The leaders will afterwards reason a private assembly and a operative lunch.
In comments expelled final night, a PM pronounced a revisit would be a possibility to simulate on a time a countries spent fighting side by side – and to demeanour forward to a “shared future, built on peace, wealth and friendship”.
She added: “At St Symphorien we will have a honour of laying a spray on interest of a republic during a graves of both John Parr and George Ellison, a initial and final UK soldiers to die during a war.
“That their graves distortion conflicting any other is a wise and touching pitch that brings home a almighty bond between them, and each member of a Armed Forces who gave their lives to strengthen what we reason so dear.
“We remember a heroes who mislaid their lives in a fear of a trenches.
“As a object sets on one hundred years of remembrance, we will never forget their sacrifice.”
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