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London Police Officers laying out a Talon spiked net outside Parliament to prevent vehicle terror attacks against crowds attending major events. The nets are capable of stopping lorries weighing up to 17 tonnes by puncturing tyres and becoming tangled around the front wheels bringing the vehicle to a stop. The system is designed to ensure that the vehicle skids in a straight line significantly reducing risk to crowds and producing a well controlled stop. The nets can be deployed by two officers in less than a minute
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Celia Davies veteran peace campaigner who had her neck broken by the police at Greenham Common. Stop DSEi arms fair protest prevents vehicle entering ExCel centre London Stop Arming Israel. Defence Security and Equipment International exhibition
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Stop DSEi arms fair protest prevents military vehicle entering ExCel centre London Stop Arming Israel. Defence Security and Equipment International exhibition
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Stop DSEi arms fair protest prevents military vehicle entering ExCel centre London Stop Arming Israel. Defence Security and Equipment International exhibition
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High sided vehicles overturned by galeforce winds of Storm Doris on a mountain pass, A53 nr Flash, Peak District National Park, Staffordshire © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

High sided vehicles overturned by galeforce winds of Storm Doris on a mountain pass, A53 nr Flash, Peak District National Park, Staffordshire
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High sided vehicles overturned by gale force winds of Storm Doris on a mountain pass, A53 nr Flash, Peak District National Park, Staffordshire © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

High sided vehicles overturned by gale force winds of Storm Doris on a mountain pass, A53 nr Flash, Peak District National Park, Staffordshire
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Miners from Ogilvie pit picket Fockriw open cast mine in South Wales during 1972 miners' strike © Martin Mayer/reportdigital.co.uk

Miners from Ogilvie pit picket Fockriw open cast mine in South Wales during 1972 miners’ strike
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Derbyshire miners wives demonstrate outside parliament in support of their husbands.© NLA/reportdigital.co.uk

Derbyshire miners wives demonstrate outside parliament in support of their husbands.© NLA/reportdigital.co.uk
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Miners from Ogilvie pit picket Fockriw open cast mine in South Wales during 1972 miners' strike © Martin Mayer/reportdigital.co.uk

Miners from Ogilvie pit picket Fockriw open cast mine in South Wales during 1972 miners’ strike
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Mariano Lake, New Mexico, USA, Poisoned water for the Navajo. Sign warning of radiation danger on the site of an abandoned uranium mine, one of more than 500 abandoned mines on Navajo Nation land. This site was operated by Gulf Mineral and, later, Chevron. It has contaminated ground water so that nearby residents must rely on water supplies brought in © Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk

Mariano Lake, New Mexico, USA, Poisoned water for the Navajo. Sign warning of radiation danger on the site of an abandoned uranium mine, one of more than 500 abandoned mines on Navajo Nation land. This site was operated by Gulf Mineral and, later, Chevron. It has contaminated ground water so that nearby residents must rely on water supplies brought in
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Thoreau, New Mexico, clean water being delivered by St. Bonaventure Indian Mission for a Navajo family. A third of the Navajo Nation lack a water supply in some places because past uranium mining has contaminated ground water. Relying on delivered water, these families use an average of 7-10 gallons a day, compared to 400 gallons for the typical American family of four.  © Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk

Thoreau, New Mexico, clean water being delivered by St. Bonaventure Indian Mission for a Navajo family. A third of the Navajo Nation lack a water supply in some places because past uranium mining has contaminated ground water. Relying on delivered water, these families use an average of 7-10 gallons a day, compared to 400 gallons for the typical American family of four.
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Thoreau, New Mexico, clean water being delivered by St. Bonaventure Indian Mission for a Navajo family. A third of the Navajo Nation lack a water supply in some places because past uranium mining has contaminated ground water. Relying on delivered water, these families use an average of 7-10 gallons a day, compared to 400 gallons for the typical American family of four.  © Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk

Thoreau, New Mexico, clean water being delivered by St. Bonaventure Indian Mission for a Navajo family. A third of the Navajo Nation lack a water supply in some places because past uranium mining has contaminated ground water. Relying on delivered water, these families use an average of 7-10 gallons a day, compared to 400 gallons for the typical American family of four.
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Thoreau, New Mexico, clean water being delivered by St. Bonaventure Indian Mission for a Navajo family. A third of the Navajo Nation lack a water supply in some places because past uranium mining has contaminated ground water. Relying on delivered water, these families use an average of 7-10 gallons a day, compared to 400 gallons for the typical American family of four.  © Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk

Thoreau, New Mexico, clean water being delivered by St. Bonaventure Indian Mission for a Navajo family. A third of the Navajo Nation lack a water supply in some places because past uranium mining has contaminated ground water. Relying on delivered water, these families use an average of 7-10 gallons a day, compared to 400 gallons for the typical American family of four.
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Blockade of truckers and farmers demanding Calais Jungle refugee camp closure joined by Port of Calais dockers. France.© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Blockade of truckers and farmers demanding Calais Jungle refugee camp closure joined by Port of Calais dockers. France
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Blockade of truckers and farmers demanding Calais Jungle refugee camp closure joined by Port of Calais dockers. France.© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Blockade of truckers and farmers demanding Calais Jungle refugee camp closure joined by Port of Calais dockers. France
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Stop DSEi arms fair protest prevents military vehicle entering ExCel centre London Stop Arming Israel. Defence Security and Equipment International exhibition, protester with a Tony Blair mask locked on. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Stop DSEi arms fair protest prevents military vehicle entering ExCel centre London Stop Arming Israel. Defence Security and Equipment International exhibition, protester with a Tony Blair mask locked on.
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Stop DSEi arms fair protest prevents military vehicle entering ExCel centre London Stop Arming Israel. Defence Security and Equipment International exhibition. Dancing round. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Stop DSEi arms fair protest prevents military vehicle entering ExCel centre London Stop Arming Israel. Defence Security and Equipment International exhibition. Dancing round.
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South Korean military officers showing some interest in a torpedo. Defence Systems and Equipment International Exhibition, Excel, Docklands © Paul Mattsson/reportdigital.co.uk

South Korean military officers showing some interest in a torpedo. Defence Systems and Equipment International Exhibition, Excel, Docklands
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British Army Air Corps pilots in the cockpits of the Agusta Westland Apache helicopter gunship on display, this powerful machine has recently gone into operational service . Defence Systems and Equipment International Exhibition, Excel, Docklands © Paul Mattsson/reportdigital.co.uk

British Army Air Corps pilots in the cockpits of the Agusta Westland Apache helicopter gunship on display, this powerful machine has recently gone into operational service . Defence Systems and Equipment International Exhibition, Excel, Docklands
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Heavy police presence to stop anti arms trade protesters getting into the Defence Systems and Equipment International Exhibition at Excel, Docklands © Paul Mattsson/reportdigital.co.uk

Heavy police presence to stop anti arms trade protesters getting into the Defence Systems and Equipment International Exhibition at Excel, Docklands
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Striking miners injured and arrested during a mass picket of the Orgreave coking plant during the miners' strike of 1984-85. © John Harris- reportdigital.co.uk

Striking miners injured and arrested during a mass picket of the Orgreave coking plant during the miners’ strike of 1984-85.
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Police arrest miners, Orgreave Coke works, Yorkshire © John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

Police arrest miners, Orgreave Coke works, Yorkshire
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Arthur Scargill NUM addressing striking miners at first mass picket of the BSC Orgreave coking plant, South Yorkshire © Peter Arkell/reportdigital.co.uk

Arthur Scargill NUM addressing striking miners at first mass picket of the BSC Orgreave coking plant, South Yorkshire
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Police use riot gear for the first time in a strike. Miners mass picket as a convoy of coke lorries leave the plant for Scunthorp steelworks. Steel workers who have walked out in solidarity look on. Orgreave coke works,  Miner's strike Sheffield, South Yorkshire  © John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

Police use riot gear for the first time in a strike. Miners mass picket as a convoy of coke lorries leave the plant for Scunthorp steelworks. Steel workers who have walked out in solidarity look on. Orgreave coke works, Miner’s strike Sheffield, South Yorkshire
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Massed ranks of uniformed and riot police police officers prevent striking miners from picketing a convoy of delivery lorries, seen leaving the plant in the background, during a mass picket of the Orgreave coking plant during the miners' strike. © John Harris- reportdigital.co.uk

Massed ranks of uniformed and riot police police officers prevent striking miners from picketing a convoy of delivery lorries, seen leaving the plant in the background, during a mass picket of the Orgreave coking plant during the miners’ strike.
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Mounted police waiting to attack, Orgreave Mass picket,  Miners Strike.  © John Sturrock (reportdigital.co.uk)

Mounted police waiting to attack, Orgreave Mass picket, Miners Strike.
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Miners flee from riot officers on horseback during a mass picket of the Orgreave coking plant,  miners' strike. © John Harris- reportdigital.co.uk

Miners flee from riot officers on horseback during a mass picket of the Orgreave coking plant, miners’ strike.
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Police officers charge striking miners, mass picket of the Orgreave coking plant, miners' strike, Yorkshire. © John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

Police officers charge striking miners, mass picket of the Orgreave coking plant, miners’ strike, Yorkshire.
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Police surround picketing miners as a convoy of coke lorries leave the plant for Scunthorp steelworks. Orgreave coke works  Miner's strike Sheffield South Yorkshire  © John Harris (reportdigital.co.uk)

Police surround picketing miners as a convoy of coke lorries leave the plant for Scunthorp steelworks. Orgreave coke works Miner’s strike Sheffield South Yorkshire
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First battle of Orgreave. Police use aggressive action and overwhelming force to prevent pickets reaching the coke works © Peter Arkell/reportdigital.co.uk

First battle of Orgreave. Police use aggressive action and overwhelming force to prevent pickets reaching the coke works
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Miners strike, Orgreave picket being attacked by mounted officers. © John Sturrock/reportdigital.co.uk

Miners strike, Orgreave picket being attacked by mounted officers.
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Police arresting Arthur Scargill NUM leader at the Orgreave coking works picket during miners strike Sheffield  © John Harris (reportdigital.co.uk)

Police arresting Arthur Scargill NUM leader at the Orgreave coking works picket during miners strike Sheffield
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Police dog and picket, mass picket at Orgreave cokeworks, Miners' Strike. © John Sturrock/reportdigital.co.uk

Police dog and picket, mass picket at Orgreave cokeworks, Miners’ Strike.
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Pickets carrying a telegraph pole try to block the road to impead police charges by mounted and short shield riot police. Mass picket, Orgreave coke works, Yorkshire  © John Harris/Report Archive/reportdigital.co.uk

Pickets carrying a telegraph pole try to block the road to impead police charges by mounted and short shield riot police. Mass picket, Orgreave coke works, Yorkshire
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Police rest on their riot shields behind an overturned cabin after charging into a mass picket of striking miners. Orgreave coke works  Miner's strike South Yorkshire  © John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

Police rest on their riot shields behind an overturned cabin after charging into a mass picket of striking miners. Orgreave coke works Miner’s strike South Yorkshire
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Uniformed police officers applaud riot officers as they return from their duties at a mass picket of the Orgreave coking plant during the miners' strike of 1984-85. © John Harris- reportdigital.co.uk

Uniformed police officers applaud riot officers as they return from their duties at a mass picket of the Orgreave coking plant during the miners’ strike of 1984-85.
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Police leading a convoy of lorries bring coke from  Orgreave Coking works in Yorkshire to BSC Scunthorpe. M1 Yorkshire © John Harris/Report Archive/reportdigital.co.uk

Police leading a convoy of lorries bring coke from Orgreave Coking works in Yorkshire to BSC Scunthorpe. M1 Yorkshire
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23 3-ton trucks Trucks laden with £100,000 worth of food and goods donated by various trade unions (NGA, SOGAT, USDAW, AUEW, TASS, TGWU), on route from London destined for Barnsley for the miners and their communities, the miners' strike © John Smith/Report Archive/reportdigital.co.uk

23 3-ton trucks Trucks laden with £100,000 worth of food and goods donated by various trade unions (NGA, SOGAT, USDAW, AUEW, TASS, TGWU), on route from London destined for Barnsley for the miners and their communities, the miners’ strike
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Kent miners occupy the headquarters of the National Coal Board (NCB) during the Miners' strike, London © Stefano Cagnoni/Report Archive/reportdigital.co.uk

Kent miners occupy the headquarters of the National Coal Board (NCB) during the Miners’ strike, London
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The British Midland Aircrash on the M1 Motorway at Kegworth, Leicestershire on Sunday 8th January 1989.  The passenger jet plane crashed just short of East Midlands Airport and was on a flight from Heathrow to Belfast. Police and fire are in attendance. 47 victims died, 79 survived the accident.  © Shout/reportdigital.co.uk

The British Midland Aircrash on the M1 Motorway at Kegworth, Leicestershire on Sunday 8th January 1989. The passenger jet plane crashed just short of East Midlands Airport and was on a flight from Heathrow to Belfast. Police and fire are in attendance. 47 victims died, 79 survived the accident.
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The British Midland Aircrash on the M1 Motorway at Kegworth, Leicestershire on Sunday 8th January 1989.  The passenger jet plane crashed just short of East Midlands Airport and was on a flight from Heathrow to Belfast. Police and fire are in attendance. 47 victims died, 79 survived the accident.  © Shout/reportdigital.co.uk

The British Midland Aircrash on the M1 Motorway at Kegworth, Leicestershire on Sunday 8th January 1989. The passenger jet plane crashed just short of East Midlands Airport and was on a flight from Heathrow to Belfast. Police and fire are in attendance. 47 victims died, 79 survived the accident.
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The British Midland Aircrash on the M1 Motorway at Kegworth, Leicestershire on Sunday 8th January 1989.  The passenger jet plane crashed just short of East Midlands Airport and was on a flight from Heathrow to Belfast. Police and fire are in attendance. 47 victims died, 79 survived the accident.  © Shout/reportdigital.co.uk

The British Midland Aircrash on the M1 Motorway at Kegworth, Leicestershire on Sunday 8th January 1989. The passenger jet plane crashed just short of East Midlands Airport and was on a flight from Heathrow to Belfast. Police and fire are in attendance. 47 victims died, 79 survived the accident.
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The Belville camp in New Belgrade on the morning of its destruction by the Belgrade city government

Families packing their belongings in to private vehicles. The Belville camp in New Belgrade on the morning of its destruction by the Belgrade city government. Many residents were moved to container homes at the edge of the city. The Belville settlement in the New Belgrade neighborhood of Belgrade in Serbia was home to more than a hundred Roma families, many were refugees from the war in Kosovo and economic crisis in Southern Serbia. On April 26, 2012 Belgrade city officials evicted the residents and destroyed the camp, leaving hundreds homeless and a fortunate few in new FEMA trailer-like communities on the edges of the city.
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The Belville camp in New Belgrade on the morning of its destruction by the Belgrade city government

Bulldozers begin the razing of the Belville camp in New Belgrade. The residents of the community had been relocated earlier in the day. The Belville settlement in the New Belgrade neighborhood of Belgrade in Serbia was home to more than a hundred Roma families, many were refugees from the war in Kosovo and economic crisis in Southern Serbia. On April 26, 2012 Belgrade city officials evicted the residents and destroyed the camp, leaving hundreds homeless and a fortunate few in new FEMA trailer-like communities on the edges of the city.
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The Belville camp in New Belgrade on the morning of its destruction by the Belgrade city government

Bulldozers begin the razing of the Belville camp in New Belgrade. The residents of the community had been relocated earlier in the day. The Belville settlement in the New Belgrade neighborhood of Belgrade in Serbia was home to more than a hundred Roma families, many were refugees from the war in Kosovo and economic crisis in Southern Serbia. On April 26, 2012 Belgrade city officials evicted the residents and destroyed the camp, leaving hundreds homeless and a fortunate few in new FEMA trailer-like communities on the edges of the city.
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The Belville camp in New Belgrade on the morning of its destruction by the Belgrade city government

The Mayor of Belgrade Dragan Djilas arrives in the Belville camp for a press conference after the residents have been moved from the camp and before bulldozers razed the houses. The Belville settlement in the New Belgrade neighborhood of Belgrade in Serbia was home to more than a hundred Roma families, many were refugees from the war in Kosovo and economic crisis in Southern Serbia. On April 26, 2012 Belgrade city officials evicted the residents and destroyed the camp, leaving hundreds homeless and a fortunate few in new FEMA trailer-like communities on the edges of the city.
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The Belville camp in New Belgrade on the morning of its destruction by the Belgrade city government

Employees of the Belgrade animal control dogs in the Belville camp. The dogs were taken under veterinary care. The Belville settlement in the New Belgrade neighborhood of Belgrade in Serbia was home to more than a hundred Roma families, many were refugees from the war in Kosovo and economic crisis in Southern Serbia. On April 26, 2012 Belgrade city officials evicted the residents and destroyed the camp, leaving hundreds homeless and a fortunate few in new FEMA trailer-like communities on the edges of the city.
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The Belville camp in New Belgrade on the morning of its destruction by the Belgrade city government

Girls wait in their family’s car as city workers pack belongings. The Belville camp in New Belgrade on the morning of its destruction by the Belgrade city government. The Belville settlement in the New Belgrade neighborhood of Belgrade in Serbia was home to more than a hundred Roma families, many were refugees from the war in Kosovo and economic crisis in Southern Serbia. On April 26, 2012 Belgrade city officials evicted the residents and destroyed the camp, leaving hundreds homeless and a fortunate few in new FEMA trailer-like communities on the edges of the city.
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The Belville camp in New Belgrade on the morning of its destruction by the Belgrade city government

Woman crying as her family’s belongings are packed by council workers. The Belville camp in New Belgrade on the morning of its destruction by the Belgrade city government. The Belville settlement in the New Belgrade neighborhood of Belgrade in Serbia was home to more than a hundred Roma families, many were refugees from the war in Kosovo and economic crisis in Southern Serbia. On April 26, 2012 Belgrade city officials evicted the residents and destroyed the camp, leaving hundreds homeless and a fortunate few in new FEMA trailer-like communities on the edges of the city.
© Matt Lutton/Invision/reportdigital.co.uk

The Belville camp in New Belgrade on the morning of its destruction by the Belgrade city government

Council workers load resident’s belongings in to city truck for relocation. The Belville camp in New Belgrade on the morning of its destruction by the Belgrade city government. The Belville settlement in the New Belgrade neighborhood of Belgrade in Serbia was home to more than a hundred Roma families, many were refugees from the war in Kosovo and economic crisis in Southern Serbia. On April 26, 2012 Belgrade city officials evicted the residents and destroyed the camp, leaving hundreds homeless and a fortunate few in new FEMA trailer-like communities on the edges of the city.
© Matt Lutton/Invision/reportdigital.co.uk