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Keir Starmer pays tribute to veterans on D-Day anniversary

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Keir Starmer pays tribute to veterans on D-Day anniversary

Keir Starmer pays tribute to veterans on D-Day anniversary

Sir Keir Starmer paid tributes to veterans after attending the the British Normandy Memorial in Ver-sur-Mer.

The Labour leader said: "Thank you for all of us who have had the freedom that they fought for so courageously as individuals and as a group." Report by Kennedyl.

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