Archives For June 2018

Firefighter looks out from a window of Grafton House where a twelfth floor fire is contained and brought under control by over 50 firefighters at a 22 story East End Homes tower block in Mile End, East London
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Firefighters deployed to Saddleworth Moor fire, Stalybridge, Derbyshire
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Silk Mill March, Derby. Remembering the workers locked out by the owners for joining a trade union in 1834. Bhangra dancers
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Photos People’s Vote March, Pro EU protest against Brexit and for a referendum on the final deal, London
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Local community thanking the firefighters. Silent march in memory of the victims of Grenfell Tower fire on the first anniversary, Kensington, London
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Far right and pro Israeli protest counter the annual Al Quds, pro Palestine demonstration, London
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Far right and pro Israeli protest counter the annual Al Quds, pro Palestine demonstration, London
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Geert Wilders, Dutch MP and leader of the far right Freedom Party escorted from a protest in support of Tommy Robinson, Whitehall, London
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Anti mainstream media banner at protest in support of Tommy Robinson, Whitehall, London
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Protesting for abortion rights in Northern Ireland, Parliament Square, London
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Alliance of Turkish Businesspeople stands with Highly Skilled Migrants against the Hostile Environment Home Office policy outside Parliament, London
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Pro Palestine demonstrators protesting outside Downing Street on the eve of Benjamin Netanyahu visit, Whitehall, London. Support for 1948 UN Resolution 194: The Resolution defined principles for reaching a final settlement and returning Palestine refugees to their homes. It resolved that “refugees wishing to return to their homes and live at peace with their neighbours should be permitted to do so at the earliest practicable date, and that compensation should be paid for the property of those choosing not to return and for loss of or damage to property which, under principles of international law or equity, should be made good by the Governments or authorities responsible.” (Article 11)
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