Theresa May visits the graves of the first and last British soldiers killed in World War One.
THERESA May’s convoy has been involved in a car crash in Belgium which left two police officers injured.
PM and Belgian counterpart visit graves of first and last British soldiers killed in war
Theresa May today leads the nation in commemorating the Armistice centenary as she laid wreaths to the first and last British soldier killed in the First World War.
She was in a convoy along with Belgian Prime MInister Charles Michel.
Theresa May's convoy involved in car crash in Belgium leaving two police officers injured after WW1 memorial visit
A CONVOY carrying Theresa May and the Belgian Prime Minster has crashed leaving two policemen injured, according to reports. Belgian leader Charles Michel was reportedly seen on this knees attending to the two fallen cops whose motorcycles…
The two officers were flung to the ground after crashing into the vehicles in front of them on the E42 motorway
Theresa May will lead the nation in commemorating the Armistice centenary today as she lays wreaths in Belgium and France.