RM2JYXHWT–File photo dated 4/6/2002 of performers making their way down The Mall in London, during the carnival procession in celebration of the Golden Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II. The Queen toured the UK during her Golden Jubilee year – but 2002 also saw the death of both her sister and her mother. Doubters had insisted the Golden Jubilee would be a flop – the monarchy was no longer relevant and royalists should at last bow to the republicans, they argued. More than one million people turned out on successive days during the June Bank Holiday weekend to party on the capital’s streets and in the regio
RM2JYXJ28–File photo dated 4/6/2002 of Queen Ellizabeth II surrounded by her family as they watch a flypast from the balcony of Buckingham Palace during Golden Jubilee celebrations in central London. The specially embroidered tapestry was made by children from the Commonwealth and called a 'Rainbow of wishes'. The Queen toured the UK during her Golden Jubilee year – but 2002 also saw the death of both her sister and her mother. Doubters had insisted the Golden Jubilee would be a flop – the monarchy was no longer relevant and royalists should at last bow to the republicans, they argued. More than one mil
RM2JYX3P1–File photo dated 17/05/2005 of Queen Elizabeth II making a speech in the House of Lords during the State Opening of Parliament. The Queen died peacefully at Balmoral this afternoon, Buckingham Palace has announced. Issue date: Thursday September 8, 2022.
RM2JYXHX9–File photo dated 4/6/2002 of performers making their way down The Mall in London, during the carnival procession in celebration of the Golden Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II. The Queen toured the UK during her Golden Jubilee year – but 2002 also saw the death of both her sister and her mother. Doubters had insisted the Golden Jubilee would be a flop – the monarchy was no longer relevant and royalists should at last bow to the republicans, they argued. More than one million people turned out on successive days during the June Bank Holiday weekend to party on the capital’s streets and in the regio
RM2JK6HF8–Undated file photo of a section of the Parthenon Marbles in London's British Museum. The deputy director of the British Museum called for a 'Parthenon partnership' with Greece which could see the contentious Elgin Marbles return to Athens after more than 200 years. The sculptures - 17 figures and part of a frieze that decorated the 2,500-year-old Parthenon temple on the Acropolis - were taken by Lord Elgin in the early 19th century when he was the British ambassador to the Ottoman Empire, and have since been the subject of a long-running dispute over where they should be displayed. Issue date:
RM2JAM9R2–File photo dated 04/06/02 of Queen Ellizabeth II surrounded by her family as they watch a flypast from the balcony of Buckingham Palace during Golden Jubilee celebrations in central London. Issue date: Tuesday May 31, 2022.
RM2J85R0J–File photo dated 27-08-2004 of Amir Khan, the 2004 Olympic silver medallist who became a unified world champion at light-welterweight, has announced the end of his in-ring career. Issue date: Friday May 13, 2022.
RM2HJJ07C–File photo dated 4/6/2002 of Queen Ellizabeth II surrounded by her family as she watches a flypast from the balcony of Buckingham Palace during the Golden Jubilee celebrations in central London. Issue date: Sunday January 30, 2022.
RM2HJJ07B–File photo dated 4/6/2002 of performers making their way down The Mall in London, during the carnival procession in celebration of the Golden Jubilee of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II. Issue date: Sunday January 30, 2022.
RM2H6HHN5–File photo dated 14/1/2004 of a Section of the Parthenon Marbles in London's British Museum. The Greek prime minister, Kyriakos Mitsotakis, is expected to challenge Prime Minister Boris Johnson over the return of the Parthenon Marbles to Greece when the pair meet on Tuesday. The leaders are unlikely to see eye to eye during their discussion in Downing Street over the status of the ancient sculptures removed from the Acropolis more than 200 years ago. Issue date: Tuesday November 16, 2021.
RM2H1CR0J–File photo dated 02/03/00 of the then Prime Minister Tony Blair and General Sir Colin Powell in a meeting room at the Active Communities Convention and Celebration in the Wembley Conference Centre. Colin Powell, the former US Joint Chiefs chairman and US secretary of state, has died from Covid-19 complications, his family has said. Issue date: Monday October 18, 2021.
RM2FTEDD6–File photo dated 05/10/98 of Jeremy Paxman during a photocall in London where he presented Radio 4's 'Start The Week'. Jeremy Paxman has revealed he has been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. Issue date: Friday May 21, 2021.
RM2F7PK1T–File photo dated 21/11/03 of The Duke of Edinburgh sharing a joke with General Sir Mike Jackson at the General's Corps Museum in Winchester. The Duke of Edinburgh was perhaps best known for his gaffes. He shocked and sometimes delighted the public with his outspoken remarks and clangers. Issue date: Friday April 4, 2021.
RM2F7PFKW–File photo dated 21/11/03 of The Duke of Edinburgh sharing a joke with General Sir Mike Jackson at the General's Corps Museum in Winchester. The Duke of Edinburgh was perhaps best known for his gaffes. He shocked and sometimes delighted the public with his outspoken remarks and clangers. Issue date: Friday April 4, 2021.
RM2EC7MKJ–File photo dated 29/10/2003 of Sydney Devine after receiving his MBE from Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace in London. First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has paid tribute to Devine following reports of his death, describing him as a 'true legend' of Scottish entertainment. Issue date: Saturday February 13, 2021.
RM2EC7MKM–File photo dated 29/10/2003 of Sydney Devine after receiving his MBE from Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace in London. First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has paid tribute to Devine following reports of his death, describing him as a 'true legend' of Scottish entertainment. Issue date: Saturday February 13, 2021.
RM2E31GK0–File photo dated 12/12/03 of Gerry Marsden with his MBE for services to Liverpudlian Charities. The 'devastated' family of Marsden said an emotional farewell to the entertainer as they held his funeral close to his beloved River Mersey in Liverpool.
RM2E115AY–File photo dated 12/12/03 of Gerry Marsden with his MBE for services to Liverpudlian Charities. The Gerry and the Pacemakers star has died at the age of 78.
RM2DG843X–File photo dated 23/05/03 of race relations campaigner Dr Hari Shukla, 87, from Tyne and Wear who will become one of the first people in the world to get the Covid vaccine. He will receive the jab in Newcastle on Tuesday.
RM2D33T8X–England bowler Andrew Caddick (left) stares at Canterbury's Robbie Frew during the third and final day of their friendly match at Hagley Park, Christchurch, New Zealand,. The match ended in a draw.
RM2D31CE1–Barrington Hooke and his daughter Jemima, three, are reunited with their West Highland White Terrier Sally at Battersea Dogs' Home, in London. Sally escaped from the family home in Rotherhithe on Christmas Day and was bought to Battersea on Boxing Day.
RM2D33T4X–England skipper Nasser Hussain (left) makes his ground as New Zealand's Chris Nevin tries to run him out during the fifth one-day international at Carisbrook, Dunedin, New Zealand. England skipper Nasser Hussain earlier won the toss and elected to bat first.
RM2D31AWY–England's Darren Gough bowls during the team's net session in Faisalabad Monday 27 November, before the second test match against Pakistan.
RM2D32BFJ–The first British patients to be sent abroad for their operations and NHS staff are greeted by representatives of the Polyclinique De La Louviere hospital, Lille, north France. Spare capacity in French hospitals means British patients can get medical attention quicker. * The scheme, announced in August and paid for by the NHS, allows groups of patients to have operations abroad. It follows a European Court of Justice ruling that patients facing delays in treatment in one EU country may seek it in another.
RM2D30BCJ–Economist Gavyn Davies (camera eye-piece) London during the announcement of the future funding of the BBC. An independent committee, chaired by Mr Davies, recommended that digital TV customers would pay an extra 24 a year for their licence.
RM2D32P0G–Canadian author Yann Martel holding a leather bound copy of his book at the Booker prize dinner at the British Museum in London. Yann Martel was named as winner of this year's Booker Prize for his novel Life Of Pi. Martel beat five other writers to the prestigious 50,000 award. *...Chair of the judges Professor Lisa Jardine described Life of Pi as audacious and inventive .
RM2D31390–Former St Andrews Open Champion John Daly (L) walks across the Swilcan Bridge with New Zealand's Michael Campbell, during the first round of the Open Golf Championship at St Andrews, Scotland.
RM2D34BGR–Durham's Nicky Peng (L) reacts after being given out lbw for 50 runs to Kent's Andrew Hall (R).
RM2D347FJ–England cricket captain Michael Vaughan reacts after falling while ducking a high ball.
RM2D33TE9–England's Andrew Caddick (bottom) and James Foster (top) appeal for the wicket of New Zealand's Mark Richardson who was caught by Ashley Giles for 60 runs during the second test match at Basin Reserve, Wellington.
RM2D308B0–Protester, Vincent Bethell, outside Buckingham Palace demonstrated for his right to be nude in public, and was escorted by police officers from the Palace area.
RM2D347CG–England captain Michael Vaughan (right) smiles as he leaves the field with team-mate Stephen Harmison and South African wicketkeeper Mark Boucher (left) at the end of the the second day.
RM2D33RX4–England's Nick Knight (left), who went on to score 126, with team mate Graham Thorpe during their first friendly one-day match against Northern Knights at the WestpacTrust Park in Hamilton, New Zealand.
RM2D34CRB–An unnamed man reacts after laying flowers outside London's King's Cross railway station.
RM2D338CP–George Galloway MP arrives at a Labour Party panel hearing in London. Mr Galloway was suspended from the party earlier this year and is to discover whether he will be expelled from the party for his outspoken criticism of the war in Iraq. Mr Galloway is appearing before the party s National Constitutional Committee to face five charges, including inciting British soldiers to disobey orders to fight in Iraq.
RM2D33D70–Essex Constabulary Detective Constable Nicholas Thompson, 46, leaves Bow Street Magistrates Court, central London. Thompson is charged with unlawfully disclosing details from sensitive police intelligence records, capable of linking David Lawrenson, the recipient, with illegal drug-dealing activity.
RM2D32P2X–A man is led away by police in London, as officers launched a massive crackdown on serial burglars, arresting 369 people over the weekend. Police said that of the people arrested, a total of 227 were held for suspected burglary offences. * and 163 of those people had already been charged. Property worth 442,240, including hi-tech computers, televisions, jewellery and cash, was recovered in the raids.
RM2D3198E–The Pakistan team leave the field after bowling England out for 158 runs during the deciding match of the one day international series at Pindi Stadium, Rawalpindi.
RM2D33TA6–New Zealand's Chris Drum celebrates after having England skipper Nasser Hussain (right) trapped lbw for 106 runs during the first day of the first test match at Jade Stadium, Christchurch. England made 228 all out and New Zealand are 9 runs for 1 wicket in reply.
RM2D3470G–South Africa's Dale Steyn (left) looks on after having England's Ashley Giles (right) caught by Jacques Rudolph for 9 runs
RM2D33JEH–Huddersfield Manager Peter Jackson (left) and Mansfield manager Keith Curle during their club's Nationwide Division Three play-off finalat the Millennium stadium in Cardiff. THIS PICTURE CAN ONLY BE USED WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF AN EDITORIAL FEATURE. NO UNOFFICIAL CLUB WEBSITE USE.
RM2D32TH7–PC Jane Jeffrey arrives at High Point Prison in Suffolk, for the inquest into the death of moors murderer Myra Hindley. Hindley, 60, died in hospital at Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, on November 15. *..Dean opened the inquest at Highpoint in November. He said at that hearing that a post mortem examination had shown that Hindley died of bronchial pneumonia after her heart was weakened by hypertension and coronary disease.
RM2D3391D–Sandra Howard, wife of shadow Chancellor Michael Howard, collects the newspapers from the doorstep of their London home. Mr Howard launched his campaign to become the next leader of the Tory party.
RM2D30B43–The Jellikins, soon to be launched on GMTV breakfast show. Aimed at children between two and five, the Jellikins are six happy loveable, bouncy characters who all live in Jolly Jelly World, the programme will be narrated by comic actor Rik Mayall. * Mayall suffered a serious head injury last year.
RM2D346WN– England's Simon Jones (right) celebrates after having South Africa's Jacques Kallis (left) trapped lbw for 61 runs EDITORIAL USE ONLY
RM2D3479T–England's Mark Butcher.
RM2D31A1X–England's Dominic Cork during the team's net session at the Gaddaffi Stadium in Lahore before the first test against Pakistan.
RM2D3489C–South Africa captain Graeme Smith in action.
RM2D33T1F–England's Ben Hollioake during a net session in Napier, New Zealand, ahead of the third one-day international against New Zealand.
RM2D334N4–Ministry of Defence director of communications Pam Teare arriving at the High Court in London to give evidence to the inquiry into the death of the Government weapons expert David Kelly. The inquiry was set up to investigate how Dr Kelly apparently came to take his own life after being indentified as the source of a BBC story claiming the Government 'sexed up' its dossier on Iraqi weapons. Later Monday, Mr Blair s chief of staff, Jonathan Powell, and his foreign affairs adviser, Sir David Manning, are set to explain their roles in the matter.
RM2D347MP–England captain Michael Vaughan in action.
RM2D30TNX–Prime Minister Tony Blair with Labour mayoral candidate Frank Dobson, during a press conference held at Millbank Tower in central London.
RM2D33M88–Norwich born Nick Dempsey on the water during the Royal Yachting Association's olympic team preview day at their base in Athens, Greece. Nick will compete in the Mistral class at the Athens 2004 olympics as part of the Great Britain sailing team.
RM2D336FW–Former Iranian diplomat Hade Soleimanpour is led out by a police officer from Bow Street Magistrates Court. Soleimanpour is facing extradition charges following a bombing in Argentina nine years ago.
RM2D347YH–England captain Michael Vaughan.
RM2D31FX7–A model wears a creation by designer Tristan Webber during his show on the fifth day of London Fashion Week.
RM2D33D1F–Alastair Campbell, stands outside London's Royal Festival Hall. The Former Director of Communications to Prime Minister Tony Blair, will host a public talk and discussion at the venue in March, an 'Audience with Alastair Campbell' will be his first London public appearance since his resignation last autumn, and since the pulication of the Hutton Report, in which he was exonerated. 20/04/2004: Tony Blair's former communications chief Alastair Campbell who was appearing in his latest roadshow Tuesday April 20, 2004, with venue bosses admitting ticket sales were slow. An Audience with Alastair C
RM2D33DB5–Charlton Athletic's Jason Euell (centre left) runs away to celebrate after scoring past Blackburn Rovers goalkeeper Brad Friedel (centre right) during their Barclaycard Premiership match at Charlton's The Valley ground in London. THIS PICTURE CAN ONLY BE USED WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF AN EDITORIAL FEATURE. NO WEBSITE/INTERNET USE UNLESS SITE IS REGISTERED WITH FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION PREMIER LEAGUE.
RM2D33NJ4–Millwall's Paul Ifill scores their second goal during the Nationwide Division One game between Millwall and Nottingham Forest at The Den, London. THIS PICTURE CAN ONLY BE USED WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF AN EDITORIAL FEATURE. NO UNOFFICIAL CLUB WEBSITE USE
RM2D34836–England's Geraint Jones in action.
RM2D31942–England's Darren Gough covers his face in despair as the team head towards defeat in the second One Day International against Pakistan at Gadaffi Stadium in Lahore, Pakistan.
RM2D347F4–England's Andrew Flintoff (right) reacts as South Africa's herschelle Gibbs (left) and Mark Boucher score runs off his bowling
RM2D32P10–Canadian author Yann Martel at the Booker prize dinner at the British Museum in London . Yann Martel was named as winner of this year's Booker Prize for his novel Life Of Pi. Martel beat five other writers to the prestigious 50,000 award. *...Chair of the judges Professor Lisa Jardine described Life of Pi as audacious and inventive .
RM2D345YK–Britain's Foreign Secretary Jack Straw (left) meets Iraqi Vice-President Ibrahim Ja'Afaari before talks at the Foreign Office in London.
RM2D347RC–England's Andrew Flintoff (top centre) celebrates with his team mates (facing, from left) Stephen Harmison, Graham Thorpe and captain Michael Vaughan after bowling South Africa's Andrew Hall (bottom) for 9 runs.
RM2D347DR–South Africa's herschelle Gibbs in action.
RM2D33R05–New WBU Heavyweight Champion Johnny Nelson wearing his belt after defeating Alexander Vasiliev after the WBU Heavyweight title fight at York Hall, London.
RM2D32D58–England's Andrew Caddick appeals unsuccesfully for a wicket during the second day of their friendly match against Otago at Davies Park, near Queenstown, New Zealand.
RM2D3481X–England's Darren Gough (C) reacts after South Africa's Jacques Kallis (L) scored four runs off his bowling.
RM2D341YB–EDITORIAL USE ONLY - NO COMMERCIAL SALES: England cricketer Marcus Trescothick (left) watches as an intruder is removed from the team net session in Cape Town by local police. * The team are planning to travel to East London on Friday after deciding not to play their scheduled match in Zimbabwe tomorrow.
RM2D34768–England's Andrew Flintoff bites into an ice-lolly whilst fielding.
RM2D3407W–Ipswich's Darren Ambrose (right) is tackled by Reading's Ricky Newman during their Division One match at Madejski Stadium, Reading. THIS PICTURE CAN ONLY BE USED WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF AN EDITORIAL FEATURE. NO UNOFFICIAL CLUB WEBSITE USE.
RM2D346RT–England's Andrew Strauss celebrates scoring a half century. EDITORIAL USE ONLY
RM2D3342Y–Crystal Palace's Aki Riihilahti (left) and Chelsea's Frank Lampard in action during their pre-season friendly match at Selhurst Park, London. THIS PICTURE CAN ONLY BE USED WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF AN EDITORIAL FEATURE. NO WEBSITE/INTERNET USE UNLESS SITE IS REGISTERED WITH FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION PREMIER LEAGUE.
RM2D34BJD–Surrey's Rikki Clarke reacts after being hit on the hand by a delivery from Warwickshire's Neil Carter.
RM2D33XF0–England captain Nasser Hussain gestures towards the media centre upon reaching his first one-day England hundred during The NatWest Series final against India at Lord's. * Hussain pointed to the number three on the back of his shirt following conjecture in the press recently as to whether the England captain should bat first wicket down or further down the order.
RM2D32TFR–19-year-old Trooper Andrew McMahon from Salisbury, Wiltshire - a member of the 2nd Royal Tank Regiment's Egypt Squadron - sits in a Vickers Challenger II tank at a British military base near Bergen, Northern Germany. * British troops at the base are preparing to journey to the Gulf region for a possible war with Iraq.
RM2D346WG– England's Andrew Flintoff (centre) runs over to celebrate his wicket of South Africa captain Graeme Smith caught out by Simon Jones (right). EDITORIAL USE ONLY
RM2D33XGT–Scotland's Sandy Lyle plays a shot from the 1st fairway on the first day of the 131st Open Championship at Muirfield, Scotland.
RM2D3047R–Prime Minister Tony Blair leaves 10 Downing St for the House of Commons with 'This Morning' viewer Amy Allen,14, from Watford Amy was invited to attend Prime Minister's Question Time by Mr Blair after talking to him on the daytime TV show.
RM2D34769–South Africa's Jacques Kallis in action.
RM2D34709–England cricketer Stephen Harmison during the team net session
RM2D33TME–England's Mark Butcher (right) makes his way back to the pavilion after being caught by the substitute fielder off the bowling of Nathan Astle for 35 runs during the final day of the third and final test match at Eden Park, Auckland. *New Zealand beat England by 78 runs to level the series 1-1.
RM2D30BKJ–(L-R) Sun as seen from London at 1000 BST. Sun as seen from London 1020 BST. Sun seen from London at 1040 BST. Sun seen in London at 1100 BST. Sun seen from London 1119 BST.
RM2D32MG4–Welsh protestors march down Whitehall in London during the Liberty and Livelihood March for rural issues.
RM2D3483N–South Africa captain Graeme Smith (right) runs between the wickets with batting partner herschelle Gibbs.
RM2D33E5T–France's Imanol Harinordoquy runs in to score a try against Wales during the RBS 6 Nations Cup mtach at the Millennium Stadium, Cardiff.
RM2D30GN6–Police grapple with protesters during a student march in London, after about 10,000 students from across Britain descended on central London to march against the introduction of student fees. * Students hold placards with 'Fight the Fees' and 'F**K FEES' written on them.
RM2D34ABX–Umpire John Hampshire (top left) raises his finger as Nottinghamshire's Paul Franks (right) celebrates after trapping Middlesex's Alan Richardson (second right) lbw for 15 runs.
RM2D32B28–THIS PICTURE CAN ONLY BE USED WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF AN EDITORIAL FEATURE. NO UNOFFICIAL CLUB WEBSITE USE. Wimbledon's Neil Shipperley (left) and Preston North End's Colin Murdock in action during their Nationwide division one match at Selhurst Park, London.
RM2D342WM–Chelsea players show their frustration as Liverpool's Sami Hyypia (centre) celebrates with team mate Michael Owen (left) after scoring during their FA Barclaycard Premiership match at Chelsea's Stamford Bridge ground in London. THIS PICTURE CAN ONLY BE USED WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF AN EDITORIAL FEATURE. NO WEBSITE/INTERNET USE UNLESS SITE IS REGISTERED WITH FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION PREMIER LEAGUE.
RM2D3155A–Robert Mahood wipes away tears as his younger brother David (right) stands close by before the funeral of their father Bobby in Belfast. Several hundred people gathered for the funeral of one of the victims of the bitter loyalist feud in Belfast. * Bobby Mahood ,48, was gunned down on Crumlin Road with friend Jackie Coulter outside a bookmakers.
RM2D32BWR–Former Formula One Champion Jackie Stewart at Channel 4 Television Centre in London. Jackie was at the centre to watch son Mark's four-part documentary about his father's life which is due to be screened on Channel 4. 01/12/2004 Sir Jackie is delivering a 1 million donation from the Royal Bank of Scotland to 10 charities, including Macmillan CancerRelief, on a fork lift truck, near the Gyle, Edinburgh, Wednesday December 1, 2004.
RM2D31EYM–Leicester's Freddie Tuilagi goes on the attack during the Rugby Union Premiership clash against London Irish at Madejski Stadium, Reading,
RM2D33CEY–Prime Minister Tony Blair's former spin doctor Alastair Campbell, departs from the Foreign Press Association in London, after holding a press conference.
RM2D31CPA–Harlequins Jason Leonard is tackled by Leicester's Rory Jenkins during their Tetley Bitter Cup semi-final match at The Stoop, London.
RM2D3424K–EDITORIAL USE ONLY - NO COMMERCIAL SALES: India's Virendar Sehwag celebrates the fall of the wicket of England captain Nasser Hussain, caught by Rahul Dravid for 15, off the bowling of Ashish Nehra during their Cricket World Cup match at Kingsmead, Durban.
RM2D33F4D–Eccentric ridden by jockey Darryll Holland (right) wins ahead of The Job ridden by jockey Willie Ryan in the Bet Direct Interactive Handicap at Lingfield.
RM2D3193W–England's Alec Stewart shields his eyes from insects with his wicketkeeping gloves during the second One Day International against Pakistan at Gadaffi Stadium in Lahore, Pakistan, which England lost by eight wickets.
RM2D32XWG–Demonstrators pass a British and American flag held by pro-war supporters in London's Whitehall during the anti-war march.
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