Britain remembers wartime leader Winston Churchill 50 years later

Britain's current Prime Minister David Cameron, began the remembrance events at a ceremony in parliament Friday, laying a wreath at a statue of Churchill, a man he described as 'a great Briton' who should never be forgotten.

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Britain marked 50 years on Friday since the state funeral of wartime Prime Minister Winston Churchill, with the boat which carried his coffin under the dipping dockside cranes in 1965 retracing its journey along London's River Thames.