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Mural by graffiti artist Snub23 promoting unity, Love Music Hate Racism, Stand up to Racism, Shorditch, London, prior to the March Against Racism on United Nations Anti Racism Day
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Filthy, frozen bench seat due to a burst water main, Globe Town, East London. A bus passing
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Dockside workers at the harbour, Lisbon, Portugal 1968
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Carillion liquidation, thousands of jobs at risk. Work has stopped the 350 million Midland Metropolitan Hospital, Smethwick, Birmingham. A worried Agency worker leaving
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Carillion liquidation has put thousands of jobs at risk. Work has stopped on the 700 million Paradise redevelopment in Birmingham city centre
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Carillion liquidation putting thousands of jobs at risk. Work has stopped on the 700 million Paradise redevelopment in Birmingham city centre
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Cut fares not guards, RMT protest, Kings Cross station, London
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Rally supporting bin workers strike, Victoria Square, Birmingham. The Labour council have issued redundancies to 113 binmen
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Bin workers strike. Resident pursuing refuse collection by contractors with his wheelie bin, Sparkbrook, Birmingham. Strike is costing 40,000 pounds a day. The Labour council have issued redundancies to 113 binmen
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Rubbish piling up, Sparkbrook, Birmingham Bin workers strike
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Howard Beckett Unite speaking to members. Birmingham council refuse workers go on strike against redundancies, Perry Barr Depot, Birmingham. Birmingham City Council want to save 600,000 a year by axing 113 grade three bin men and replacing them with lower paid positions.
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Contractors inspecting external panels on Bray Tower one of the five towers in Chalcot Estate, Camden, London, all of which have been refurbished using exterior cladding which now has to be urgently replaced as it is proven unsafe following the Grenfell Tower Fire  © Stefano Cagnoni/reportdigital.co.uk

Contractors inspecting external panels on Bray Tower one of the five towers in Chalcot Estate, Camden, London, all of which have been refurbished using exterior cladding which now has to be urgently replaced as it is proven unsafe following the Grenfell Tower Fire
© Stefano Cagnoni/reportdigital.co.uk

Coachella Valley, California, a palmero working in a grove of date palms. Climbing up a ladder he pollinates the buds that will become the dates, and ties the bunch together with string. Once up in the tree he moves around on the fronds themselves  © David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Coachella Valley, California, a palmero working in a grove of date palms. Climbing up a ladder he pollinates the buds that will become the dates, and ties the bunch together with string. Once up in the tree he moves around on the fronds themselves
© David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Coachella Valley, California. memorial to two palmeros killed when the platform they were working on came into contact with an electric power line. The crane was leaking oil and one worker was electrocuted while the other burned to death. Both were Mexican immigrants. Other workers built this memorial to them on the corner of 68th Avenue and Highway 86, in the Mexican tradition  © David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

Coachella Valley, California. memorial to two palmeros killed when the platform they were working on came into contact with an electric power line. The crane was leaking oil and one worker was electrocuted while the other burned to death. Both were Mexican immigrants. Other workers built this memorial to them on the corner of 68th Avenue and Highway 86, in the Mexican tradition
© David Bacon/reportdigital.co.uk

National Day of Action Against Sanctions. Leafleting claimants outside Cheylesmore Jobcentre Coventry. Unite Community say 100,000 claimants have have had their benefits suddenly stopped by sanctions in the last 12 months  © John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

National Day of Action Against Sanctions. Leafleting claimants outside Cheylesmore Jobcentre Coventry. Unite Community say 100,000 claimants have have had their benefits suddenly stopped by sanctions in the last 12 months
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National Day of Action Against Sanctions. Leafleting claimants outside Cheylesmore Jobcentre Coventry. Unite Community say 100,000 claimants have have had their benefits suddenly stopped by sanctions in the last 12 months  © John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

National Day of Action Against Sanctions. Leafleting claimants outside Cheylesmore Jobcentre Coventry. Unite Community say 100,000 claimants have have had their benefits suddenly stopped by sanctions in the last 12 months
© John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

Prototype TX5 production. London Taxi Company opening a new car factory to make TX5 electric Black Cab taxis, Ansty, Coventry. LTC is owned by Chinese car maker Geely © John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

Prototype TX5 production. London Taxi Company opening a new car factory to make TX5 electric Black Cab taxis, Ansty, Coventry. LTC is owned by Chinese car maker Geely
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Chairman Carl-Peter Forster arriving in a TX5 at the launch. London Taxi Company opening a new car factory to make TX5 electric Black Cab taxis, Ansty, Coventry. LTC is owned by Chinese car maker Geely  © John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

Chairman Carl-Peter Forster arriving in a TX5 at the launch. London Taxi Company opening a new car factory to make TX5 electric Black Cab taxis, Ansty, Coventry. LTC is owned by Chinese car maker Geely
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Striking RMT London Bakerloo Line staff picket Edgware Road tube station over job cuts © Philip Wolmuth/reportdigital.co.uk

Striking RMT London Bakerloo Line staff picket Edgware Road tube station over job cuts
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