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Jeremy Thorpe arriving at the Old Bailey on the first day of his trial for conspiracy to murder, London 1979
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Sadiq Khan campaigning with Dr Rosena Allin-Khan MP and Harriet Harman MP, Labour Party local election campaign, Earlsfield ward, Wandsworth, London
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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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Protest against Saudi Prince Mohammed Bin Salman visit, Downing Street, London
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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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Den of Thieves, American heist film advertisement, Canary Wharf, Bank of America, London Docklands
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Dockside workers at the harbour, Lisbon, Portugal 1968
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Palestinian firefighters visiting Grenfell meeting Judy from Justice for Grenfell in a solidarity. The firefighters have been training in Scotland with the support of the FBU and Scottish Government. Kensington, London
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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
© John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

Homeless and hungry queuing for food, Coventry. The soup kitchen and food bank is provided by The Midland Langar Seva Society
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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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