RM2F63NGG–St Thomas's Hospital, London, UK. 29th March 2021. The bereaved and volunteers paint hearts for each person who has died of Covid. Credit: Denise Laura Baker/Alamy Live News
RM2F63CH0–London, UK. 29th, March, 2021. Bereaved family and friends are visited by Keir Starmer as they paint hearts onto the Covid Memorial Wall.
RM2F62WGR–London, UK, March 29th 2021. Lockdown restrictions ease in England as temperatures soar. Families and groups of friends meet in Greenwich Park to enjoy the sunshine as the rule of 6 returns. Monica Wells/Alamy Live News
RM2HCJ1N7–London, UK. 29th Dec, 2021. Mason Mount of Chelsea is put under pressure by Solly March of Brighton & Hove Albion during the Premier League match at Stamford Bridge, London. Picture credit should read: Jacques Feeney/Sportimage Credit: Sportimage/Alamy Live News
RM2F63N4C–LONDON, UK. MARCH 29TH: Labour Leader Keir Starmer Visits The National Covid-19 Memorial Wall on London's South Bank opposite The Houses of Parliament, each red heart represents one of the 150,000 victims who have died during the Pandemic pictured on Monday 29th March 2021. (Credit: Lucy North | MI News) Credit: MI News & Sport /Alamy Live News
RM2FYR52F–London, UK. 29th May, 2021. People march through the city during an anti-lockdown protest. Thousands of people came out under the banner to Unite for Peace and their Human Rights. The number of people attending the protests has increased month on month since the introduction of the COVID-19 restrictions. Credit: SOPA Images Limited/Alamy Live News
RM2FWMC9X–London, UK. 29th August, 2020. Activist Sasha Johnson speaks at the Million People march in London Credit: Joao Daniel Pereira
RM2FYR34R–London, UK - 29th May 2021: Kill the Bill IV Protest Credit: Loredana Sangiuliano / Alamy Live News
RM2FYP9E1–London, UK. 29th May, 2021. Kill The Bill Protest: Thousands of protesters from a range of activist organisations march through Westminster to demonstrate against a proposed policing bill which could see the introduction of a crime bill imposing severe restrictions on the right to protest. Credit: Guy Corbishley/Alamy Live News
RM2FYPN04–Protesters hold placards saying Kill the Bill during the demonstration outside the British Museum in London.In March 2021, The UK government proposed the Police and Crime Bill 2021, purporting to expand police rights. Since its publication, it has met with widespread skepticism from the public and subsequently became the subject of protests. This protest on the 29th May 2021 was led by the UK branch of Black Lives Matter, specifically fighting against the use of police power as a means of silencing black voices, in response to recent killings of black people by the police. The march began at R
RM2FYP31E–London, UK. 29th May, 2021. Thousands of demonstrators march through central London in a protest against the restrictions and legislations imposed by the Government to control the spread of coronavirus, lockdowns, mandatory face masks, vaccines and vaccine passports. Credit: Wiktor Szymanowicz/Alamy Live News
RM2F63HAJ–UK Moonrise, Wembley Park, UK. 29th March 2021.Stunning Waning Gibbous Moon rising a deep orange red. Amanda Rose/Alamy Live News
RM2G0296E–London, United Kingdom. 29th May 2021. Frente Preta UK at the Kill The Bill protest in Russell Square. Crowds marched through Central London in protest of the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill.