PM leads procession for Amess remembrance service

Video Credit: ODN
Published on October 18, 2021 - Duration: 01:43s

PM leads procession for Amess remembrance service

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has led a procession of around 800 MPs and peers as they filed into St Margaret's Church in Westminster Abbey to remember their murdered colleague, Sir David Amess.

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St Margaret's, Westminster

12th century church in London, England

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