In pictures: Leeds Remembrance Day tributes as city pays fallen to war dead

Poignant tributes to those who lost their lives in conflict have stilled the city as thousands pause to honour the sacrifice of the country's war dead.

Standard bearers look on as Leeds commemorates Remembrance Day.

Crowds lined the streets surrounding Leeds' war memorial for today's ceremonies, led by the Lord Mayor and following a procession from servicemen and women.

Standard bearers lower their flags during the ceremony while The Last Post is played.

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A soldier stands in front of the war memorial in Leeds city centre as wreaths are laid.
Standard bearers march through Leeds City Centre during the Remembrance Day parade.
A young boy dressed in a military outfit lays a wreath in Leeds city centre.
Leeds City Council leader Judith Blake (centre) is among those to lay a wreath during the event.
A bugler plays The Last Post during the service.
A veteran salutes as Leeds gathers to remember the fallen soldiers on Remembrance Day.
Military officials and dignitaries join together to mark the centenary of Armistice in Leeds city centre.