Archives For May 2015

Anti austerity protests on the day of the Queens Speech and opening of Parliament. Trafalgar Square. London. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Anti austerity protests on the day of the Queens Speech and opening of Parliament. Trafalgar Square. London.
© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Wanted: Theresa May For Extremism. Anti austerity protests on the day of the Queens Speech and opening of Parliament. Westmintser, London. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Wanted: Theresa May For Extremism. Anti austerity protests on the day of the Queens Speech and opening of Parliament. Westmintser, London.
© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Anti austerity protests on the day of the Queens Speech and opening of Parliament. Westmintser, London. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Anti austerity protests on the day of the Queens Speech and opening of Parliament. Westmintser, London.
© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Anti austerity protests on the day of the Queens Speech and opening of Parliament. Whitehall, London. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Anti austerity protests on the day of the Queens Speech and opening of Parliament. Whitehall, London.
© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Anti austerity protests on the day of the Queens Speech and opening of Parliament. Trafalgar Square. London. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Anti austerity protests on the day of the Queens Speech and opening of Parliament. Trafalgar Square. London.
© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

An illegal squat eviction, police in Mayfair. Anti austerity protests on the day of the Queens Speech and opening of Parliament. London. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

An illegal squat eviction, police in Mayfair. Anti austerity protests on the day of the Queens Speech and opening of Parliament. London.
© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Clocking on at the start of a shift. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire. © Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

Clocking on at the start of a shift. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire.
© Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

A worker maintaining a machine that sharpens steel. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire. © Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

A worker maintaining a machine that sharpens steel. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire.
© Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

A worker cooling himself down due to the heat from the furnace. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire. © Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

A worker cooling himself down due to the heat from the furnace. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire.
© Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

A worker posing for a portrait. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire. © Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

A worker posing for a portrait. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire.
© Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

A Made in Britain sticker. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire. © Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

A Made in Britain sticker. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire.
© Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

A worker riding his bike during his tea break. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire. © Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

A worker riding his bike during his tea break. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire.
© Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

A worker making wooden handles. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire. © Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

A worker making wooden handles. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire.
© Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

The forman handling hot steel. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire. © Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

The forman handling hot steel. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire.
© Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

Workers relaxing on their lunch break. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire. © Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

Workers relaxing on their lunch break. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire.
© Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

Workers relaxing on their lunch break. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire. © Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

Workers relaxing on their lunch break. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire.
© Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

Workers having a smoke break. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire. © Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

Workers having a smoke break. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire.
© Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

A workers bashing hot steel. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire. © Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

A workers bashing hot steel. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire.
© Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

Pin up girls in the workspace. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire. © Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

Pin up girls in the workspace. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire.
© Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

Finished Commando knives ready for shipping to America. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire. © Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

Finished Commando knives ready for shipping to America. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire.
© Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

J Adams logo on a finished knife. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire. © Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

J Adams logo on a finished knife. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire.
© Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

Knives being boxed for shipping. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire. © Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

Knives being boxed for shipping. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire.
© Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

An indoor view of J Adams Knives and Cutlers. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire. © Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

An indoor view of J Adams Knives and Cutlers. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire.
© Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

Children climb on a sculpture of shopping trolleys called DNA DL90 on a site opposite an Amazon warehouse. The artwork by Abigail Fallis is part of The Line: a new modern art walk. Newham. East London. Commissoned by the supermarket Somerfield to create an artwork for the Muscular Dystrophy charity. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Children climb on a sculpture of shopping trolleys called DNA DL90 on a site opposite an Amazon warehouse. The artwork by Abigail Fallis is part of The Line: a new modern art walk. Newham. East London. Commissoned by the supermarket Somerfield to create an artwork for the Muscular Dystrophy charity.
© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Young man reading the Open Letter to ISIS, Birmingham. A letter intended to combat extremism addressed to Dr. Ibrahim Awwad Al-Badri, alias Abu Bakr Al-Baghadi and to the fighters and followers of the self-declared Islamic State © Timm Sonnenschein/reportdigital.co.uk

Young man reading the Open Letter to ISIS, Birmingham. A letter intended to combat extremism addressed to Dr. Ibrahim Awwad Al-Badri, alias Abu Bakr Al-Baghadi and to the fighters and followers of the self-declared Islamic State
© Timm Sonnenschein/reportdigital.co.uk

No Borders die-in at St Pancras Eurostar Terminal. Marking the tenth anniversary Frontex, the EU border agency, with body bags representing the 20,000 known migrant deaths at sea. London. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

No Borders die-in at St Pancras Eurostar Terminal. Marking the tenth anniversary Frontex, the EU border agency, with body bags representing the 20,000 known migrant deaths at sea. London.
© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

No Borders die-in at St Pancras Eurostar Terminal. Marking the tenth anniversary Frontex, the EU border agency, with body bags representing the 20,000 known migrant deaths at sea. London. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

No Borders die-in at St Pancras Eurostar Terminal. Marking the tenth anniversary Frontex, the EU border agency, with body bags representing the 20,000 known migrant deaths at sea. London.
© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

No Borders die-in at St Pancras Eurostar Terminal. Marking the tenth anniversary Frontex, the EU border agency, with body bags representing the 20,000 known migrant deaths at sea. London. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

No Borders die-in at St Pancras Eurostar Terminal. Marking the tenth anniversary Frontex, the EU border agency, with body bags representing the 20,000 known migrant deaths at sea. London.
© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

No Borders die-in at St Pancras Eurostar Terminal. Marking the tenth anniversary Frontex, the EU border agency, with body bags representing the 20,000 known migrant deaths at sea. London. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

No Borders die-in at St Pancras Eurostar Terminal. Marking the tenth anniversary Frontex, the EU border agency, with body bags representing the 20,000 known migrant deaths at sea. London.
© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

No Borders die-in at St Pancras Eurostar Terminal. Marking the tenth anniversary Frontex, the EU border agency, with body bags representing the 20,000 known migrant deaths at sea. London. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

No Borders die-in at St Pancras Eurostar Terminal. Marking the tenth anniversary Frontex, the EU border agency, with body bags representing the 20,000 known migrant deaths at sea. London.
© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

No Borders die-in at St Pancras Eurostar Terminal. Marking the tenth anniversary Frontex, the EU border agency, with body bags representing the 20,000 known migrant deaths at sea. London. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

No Borders die-in at St Pancras Eurostar Terminal. Marking the tenth anniversary Frontex, the EU border agency, with body bags representing the 20,000 known migrant deaths at sea. London.
© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Esmaa Guernaoui, whose family were former residents of Sweets Way estate in Whetstone, is now living in emergency accommodation outside the borough. Tenants, evicted tenants and housing campaigners in Barnet, north London, protest outside Hendon Town Hall over the sale of West Hendon estate and the demolition of Sweets Way estate. © Philip Wolmuth (reportdigital.co.uk)

Esmaa Guernaoui, whose family were former residents of Sweets Way estate in Whetstone, is now living in emergency accommodation outside the borough. Tenants, evicted tenants and housing campaigners in Barnet, north London, protest outside Hendon Town Hall over the sale of West Hendon estate and the demolition of Sweets Way estate.
© Philip Wolmuth (reportdigital.co.uk)

Tenants, evicted tenants and housing campaigners in Barnet, north London, protest outside Hendon Town Hall over the sale of West Hendon estate and the demolition of Sweets Way estate. © Philip Wolmuth (reportdigital.co.uk)

Tenants, evicted tenants and housing campaigners in Barnet, north London, protest outside Hendon Town Hall over the sale of West Hendon estate and the demolition of Sweets Way estate.
© Philip Wolmuth (reportdigital.co.uk)

Police officers watch as Blue 9 private security guards prevent protesters from entering Hendon Town Hall through a window.  Tenants, evicted tenants and housing campaigners in Barnet, north London, protest over the sale of West Hendon estate and the demolition of Sweets Way estate. © Philip Wolmuth (reportdigital.co.uk)

Police officers watch as Blue 9 private security guards prevent protesters from entering Hendon Town Hall through a window. Tenants, evicted tenants and housing campaigners in Barnet, north London, protest over the sale of West Hendon estate and the demolition of Sweets Way estate.
© Philip Wolmuth (reportdigital.co.uk)

Blue 9 private security guards prevent protesters from entering Hendon Town Hall through a window.  Tenants, evicted tenants and housing campaigners in Barnet, north London, protest over the sale of West Hendon estate and the demolition of Sweets Way estate. © Philip Wolmuth (reportdigital.co.uk)

Blue 9 private security guards prevent protesters from entering Hendon Town Hall through a window. Tenants, evicted tenants and housing campaigners in Barnet, north London, protest over the sale of West Hendon estate and the demolition of Sweets Way estate.
© Philip Wolmuth (reportdigital.co.uk)

Stamp out Tax avoiders not welfare. Anti-austerity protest organised by a group of seven teenagers on social media. Bristol. © Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

Stamp out Tax avoiders not welfare. Anti-austerity protest organised by a group of seven teenagers on social media. Bristol.
© Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

Anti-austerity protest organised by a group of seven teenagers on social media. Bristol. © Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

Anti-austerity protest organised by a group of seven teenagers on social media. Bristol.
© Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

Power to the people. Anti-austerity protest organised by a group of seven teenagers on social media. Bristol. © Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

Power to the people. Anti-austerity protest organised by a group of seven teenagers on social media. Bristol.
© Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

Anti-austerity protest organised by a group of seven teenagers on social media. Bristol. © Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

Anti-austerity protest organised by a group of seven teenagers on social media. Bristol.
© Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

Anti-austerity protest organised by a group of seven teenagers on social media. Bristol. © Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

Anti-austerity protest organised by a group of seven teenagers on social media. Bristol.
© Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

Save our NHS. Anti-austerity protest organised by a group of seven teenagers on social media. Bristol. © Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

Save our NHS. Anti-austerity protest organised by a group of seven teenagers on social media. Bristol.
© Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

Front page of The Sun with a photograph showing Ed Miliband eating a bacon sandwich with the headline Save our Bacon, don't swallow his porkies and keep him out- suggesting the electorate should not vote for the Labour Party: This is the pig's ear Ed made of a helpless sarnie. In 24 hours he could be doing the same thing to Britain. © John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

Front page of The Sun with a photograph showing Ed Miliband eating a bacon sandwich with the headline Save our Bacon, don’t swallow his porkies and keep him out- suggesting the electorate should not vote for the Labour Party: This is the pig’s ear Ed made of a helpless sarnie. In 24 hours he could be doing the same thing to Britain.
© John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

Police officer on duty at a Tower Hamlets Polling Station. General Election. East London. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Police officer on duty at a Tower Hamlets Polling Station. General Election. East London.
© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

David Cameron and Samantha Cameron, as he announces his majority government after winning the General Election. Downing Street, London. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

David Cameron and Samantha Cameron, as he announces his majority government after winning the General Election. Downing Street, London.
© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

David Cameron announces his majority government after winning the General Election. Downing Street, London. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

David Cameron announces his majority government after winning the General Election. Downing Street, London.
© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

David Cameron announces his majority government after winning the General Election. Downing Street, London. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

David Cameron announces his majority government after winning the General Election. Downing Street, London.
© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

David Cameron announces his majority government after winning the General Election. Downing Street, London. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

David Cameron announces his majority government after winning the General Election. Downing Street, London.
© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Ed Miliband is photographed going to make his resignation speech as David Cameron announces his majority government after winning the General Election. Westminster, London. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Ed Miliband is photographed going to make his resignation speech as David Cameron announces his majority government after winning the General Election. Westminster, London.
© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Tory supporters as David Cameron announces his majority government after winning the General Election. Downing Street, London. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Tory supporters as David Cameron announces his majority government after winning the General Election. Downing Street, London.
© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Thangam Debbonaire with young Labour supporters canvas in the ward of  West Bristol for the labour candidate Thangam Debbonaire. This is a very closely fought seat. © Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

Thangam Debbonaire with young Labour supporters canvas in the ward of West Bristol for the labour candidate Thangam Debbonaire. This is a very closely fought seat.
© Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

A polling station in Bishopston, Bristol © Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

A polling station in Bishopston, Bristol
© Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

A polling station in Easton, Bristol © Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

A polling station in Easton, Bristol
© Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

Votes being counted, Bristol West General Election count at City Academy, St George, Bristol. Paul Box©/reportdigital.co.uk

Votes being counted, Bristol West General Election count at City Academy, St George, Bristol.
Paul Box©/reportdigital.co.uk

Votes being counted, Bristol West General Election count at City Academy, St George, Bristol. Paul Box©/reportdigital.co.uk

Votes being counted, Bristol West General Election count at City Academy, St George, Bristol.
Paul Box©/reportdigital.co.uk

Ballot boxes arriving at the count. Bristol West General Election count at City Academy, St George, Bristol. Paul Box©/reportdigital.co.uk

Ballot boxes arriving at the count. Bristol West General Election count at City Academy, St George, Bristol.
Paul Box©/reportdigital.co.uk

Ballot boxes arriving at the count. Bristol West General Election count at City Academy, St George, Bristol. Paul Box©/reportdigital.co.uk

Ballot boxes arriving at the count. Bristol West General Election count at City Academy, St George, Bristol.
Paul Box©/reportdigital.co.uk

Votes being counted, Bristol West General Election count at City Academy, St George, Bristol. Paul Box©/reportdigital.co.uk

Votes being counted, Bristol West General Election count at City Academy, St George, Bristol.
Paul Box©/reportdigital.co.uk

Votes being counted, Bristol West General Election count at City Academy, St George, Bristol. Paul Box©/reportdigital.co.uk

Votes being counted, Bristol West General Election count at City Academy, St George, Bristol.
Paul Box©/reportdigital.co.uk

Votes being counted, Bristol West General Election count at City Academy, St George, Bristol. Paul Box©/reportdigital.co.uk

Votes being counted, Bristol West General Election count at City Academy, St George, Bristol.
Paul Box©/reportdigital.co.uk

Votes being counted, Bristol West General Election count at City Academy, St George, Bristol. Paul Box©/reportdigital.co.uk

Votes being counted, Bristol West General Election count at City Academy, St George, Bristol.
Paul Box©/reportdigital.co.uk

People dress in 1940s vintage costumes. VE Day (Victory in Europe Day) celebrations marking 70 years since the defeat of Nazi Germany in WW2 the end of the second world war in Europe. Whitehall. London. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

People dress in 1940s vintage costumes. VE Day (Victory in Europe Day) celebrations marking 70 years since the defeat of Nazi Germany in WW2 the end of the second world war in Europe. Whitehall. London.
© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

People dress in 1940s vintage costumes. VE Day (Victory in Europe Day) celebrations marking 70 years since the defeat of Nazi Germany in WW2 the end of the second world war in Europe. Whitehall. London. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

People dress in 1940s vintage costumes. VE Day (Victory in Europe Day) celebrations marking 70 years since the defeat of Nazi Germany in WW2 the end of the second world war in Europe. Whitehall. London.
© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Pupils arriving at their High school Prom, at the end of the last year at school, Henley in Arden, Warwickshire © John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk Tel: 01789-262151/07831-121483   info@reportdigital.co.uk  www.reportdigital.co.uk  NUJ recommended terms & conditions apply. Moral rights asserted under Copyright Designs & Patents Act 1988. Credit is required. No part of this photo to be stored, reproduced, manipulated or transmitted by any means without permission.

Pupils arriving at their High school Prom, at the end of the last year at school, Henley in Arden, Warwickshire
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Pupils arriving at their High school Prom, at the end of the last year at school, Henley in Arden, Warwickshire © John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk Tel: 01789-262151/07831-121483   info@reportdigital.co.uk  www.reportdigital.co.uk  NUJ recommended terms & conditions apply. Moral rights asserted under Copyright Designs & Patents Act 1988. Credit is required. No part of this photo to be stored, reproduced, manipulated or transmitted by any means without permission.

Pupils arriving at their High school Prom, at the end of the last year at school, Henley in Arden, Warwickshire
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Pre election farewell Party for Puppet Chris Grayling at the Ministry of Justice. Against the reorganisation of criminal defence, cuts to legal aid and the banning of books for prisoners. Organised by the Justice Alliance. London. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk Tel: 01789-262151/07831-121483   info@reportdigital.co.uk   NUJ recommended terms & conditions apply. Moral rights asserted under Copyright Designs & Patents Act 1988. Credit is required. No part of this photo to be stored, reproduced, manipulated or transmitted by any means without permission.

Pre election farewell Party for Puppet Chris Grayling at the Ministry of Justice. Against the reorganisation of criminal defence, cuts to legal aid and the banning of books for prisoners. Organised by the Justice Alliance. London.
© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Pre election farewell Party for Puppet Chris Grayling at the Ministry of Justice. Against the reorganisation of criminal defence, cuts to legal aid and the banning of books for prisoners. Organised by the Justice Alliance. London. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk Tel: 01789-262151/07831-121483   info@reportdigital.co.uk   NUJ recommended terms & conditions apply. Moral rights asserted under Copyright Designs & Patents Act 1988. Credit is required. No part of this photo to be stored, reproduced, manipulated or transmitted by any means without permission.

Pre election farewell Party for Puppet Chris Grayling at the Ministry of Justice. Against the reorganisation of criminal defence, cuts to legal aid and the banning of books for prisoners. Organised by the Justice Alliance. London.
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Taxi for Mr Grayling. Pre election farewell Party for Puppet Chris Grayling MP at the Ministry of Justice. Against the reorganisation of criminal defence, cuts to legal aid and the banning of books for prisoners. Organised by the Justice Alliance. London. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk Tel: 01789-262151/07831-121483   info@reportdigital.co.uk   NUJ recommended terms & conditions apply. Moral rights asserted under Copyright Designs & Patents Act 1988. Credit is required. No part of this photo to be stored, reproduced, manipulated or transmitted by any means without permission.

Taxi for Mr Grayling. Pre election farewell Party for Puppet Chris Grayling MP at the Ministry of Justice. Against the reorganisation of criminal defence, cuts to legal aid and the banning of books for prisoners. Organised by the Justice Alliance. London.
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Taxi for Mr Grayling. Pre election farewell Party for Puppet Chris Grayling MP at the Ministry of Justice. Against the reorganisation of criminal defence, cuts to legal aid and the banning of books for prisoners. Organised by the Justice Alliance. London. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk Tel: 01789-262151/07831-121483   info@reportdigital.co.uk   NUJ recommended terms & conditions apply. Moral rights asserted under Copyright Designs & Patents Act 1988. Credit is required. No part of this photo to be stored, reproduced, manipulated or transmitted by any means without permission.

Taxi for Mr Grayling. Pre election farewell Party for Puppet Chris Grayling MP at the Ministry of Justice. Against the reorganisation of criminal defence, cuts to legal aid and the banning of books for prisoners. Organised by the Justice Alliance. London.
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UKIP election campaigning for Nigel Farage and the No UKIP campaigners. Thanet. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

UKIP election campaigning for Nigel Farage and the No UKIP campaigners. Thanet.
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No to UKIP campaigners, campaigning against Nigel Farage. Thanet. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

No to UKIP campaigners, campaigning against Nigel Farage. Thanet.
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Everyone liked Hitler at first. No to UKIP campaigners, campaigning against Nigel Farage. Thanet. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Everyone liked Hitler at first. No to UKIP campaigners, campaigning against Nigel Farage. Thanet.
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No to UKIP campaigners, against Nigel Farage outside their Ramsgate office. Thanet. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

No to UKIP campaigners, against Nigel Farage outside their Ramsgate office. Thanet.
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No to UKIP campaigners, against Nigel Farage outside their Ramsgate office. Thanet. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

No to UKIP campaigners, against Nigel Farage outside their Ramsgate office. Thanet.
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