Armistice day speech will say countries ‘became yoked together’ in first world war

Jeremy Hunt will attempt to overcome the awkward coincidence of Brexit and the centenary of the Armistice marking the Anglo-French victory in the first world war by claiming relations between the two countries are bigger than Brexit.

Speaking in French on a visit to Paris on Thursday, the British foreign secretary will say the UK and France will remain “tied by bonds of friendship and commerce for decades to come”.

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