Falklands remembrance service held at St Paul's Cathedral

It is 40 years since the Falklands conflict which claimed the lives of 255 British personnel.

A service of remembrance has been held at St Paul's Cathedral in London to mark the 40th anniversary of the first Royal Navy ships setting sail to retake the Falklands.

The service was held in the Crypt Chapel, with a series of reflections and first-hand accounts from people who experienced the Falklands War.

The conflict lasted just 74 days in 1982, but 255 British personnel lost their lives.