RMF05ET2–Whitehall, London, UK, 7 August 2015. Young adults taking part in a protest opposite Downing Street aimed at saving Kids Company hold a home made banner. Credit: Richard Slater/Alamy Live News
RMF05ET3–Whitehall, London, UK, 7 August 2015. Children and a young woman taking part in a protest opposite Downing Street aimed at saving Kids Company hold up home made placards. Credit: Richard Slater/Alamy Live News
RMF05ET6–Whitehall, London, UK, 7 August 2015. A protester taking part in a demonstration opposite Downing Street aimed at saving Kids Company parades a placard. Credit: Richard Slater/Alamy Live News
RMF05ERM–Whitehall, London, UK, 7 August 2015. Children taking part in a protest opposite Downing Street aimed at saving Kids Company hold up a home made placard. Credit: Richard Slater/Alamy Live News
RMEKDTMB–Some acrobats and contortionists performing for street audiences near the London Eye.
RMEKDTMD–A lone protester against war in the snow of Parliament Square before camping there was prohibited.
RMEKDTMG–A unicyclist juggling with Indian Clubs to impress the crowds at Covent Garden.
RMEKDTMJ–These masked men in hoodies looked ready for trouble at the G20 protest outside the Bank of England.
RMEKDTMR–There’s a big Irish community in Willesden Green and so not surprisingly it's the setting for a St. Patrick’s Day Parade.
RMEKG0XH–Two young women, suitably got up with George flags, wait outside the Albert Hall for the Last Night of the Proms.
RMEKG0XN–There’s a big Irish community in Willesden Green and so not surprisingly it's the setting for a St. Patrick’s Day Parade.
RMEKG0XR–There’s a big Irish community in Willesden Green and so not surprisingly it's the setting for a St. Patrick’s Day Parade.
RMEKG0Y1–There’s a big Irish community in Willesden Green and so not surprisingly it's the setting for a St. Patrick’s Day Parade.
RMEKG0Y3–An event near Borough Market on Bastille Day is a race for waiters and waitresses carrying trays of food and wine.
RMEJW9TE–This group of break-dancers simply stuck a ghetto-blaster on the ground behind their pitch and then went into their act.
RMEJW9TG–This is Reuben Dotdotdot performing in Covent Garden up 15 ft high pole supported only by four volunteers from the crowd.
RMEJW9TK–A typical banner at the 2009 G20 protest outside the Bank of England, which eventually became violent and led one death.
RMEJW9TN–This is a member of a group called the Strange Fruit United Bell-ringers whose bell-ringers are up masts like this one.
RMEJW9TW–The South Bank has become very popular and street entertainers like these acrobats queue up to put on their acts there.
RMEJXB67–The Occupy protest resulted in a camp site outside St. Paul's Cathedral which went on for 4 months in 2011/2012.
RMEJXB6N–There were 260 elephants and they were scattered all over central London in the summer of 2010. Each one was designed by someone
RMEJXB75–City workers have got used now to seeing pianos in the street carrying notices saying “Play Me, I’m Yours”.
RMEJXB7M–A typical banner at the 2009 G20 protest outside the Bank of England, which eventually became violent and led one death.
RMEJXB80–An artist working outdoors in London painting the old Blackfriars Bridge.
RMEJHT7C–A graffiti artist at work along the Parkland Walk, which runs up a disused railway line from Finsbury Park to Alexandra Palace.
RMEJHT7D–The Occupy protesters were camped in front of St. Paul's Cathedral for four months before being evicted.
RMEJHT7G–The Put People First demo was about fair distribution of wealth, decent jobs for all and low carbon emissions.
RMEJHT7W–There were 260 elephants scattered all over central London in the summer of 2010, each one designed by someone different.
RMEJHT80–The case holding the CDs that he was selling explained that this musician was playing an instrument called a Yangqin.
RMEJNBRH–The London Eye is one of our biggest tourist attractions. Street entertainers like these acrobats line up to put on their acts.
RMEJNBRX–The G20 Financial Fools Day protest in front of the Bank of England involved lots of violence but not from these demonstrators.
RMEJNBTA–This is a group called the Strange Fruit United Bell-ringers whose bell-ringers are up masts with springs at their bases.
RMEJNFR9–Johnny Morant is a figurative artist who spends a lot of his time outdoors in London painting the built environment.
RMEJNFRD–The Put People First demo was about fair distribution of wealth, decent jobs for all and low carbon emissions.
RMEJ2ND2–This is a member of a group called the Strange Fruit United Bell-ringers who play music on bells while standing on swaying masts
RMEJ2NDW–A busker plays a du Xian Qin, a Chinese stringed instrument, in Covent Garden, watched by an inquisitive small boy.
RMEJ2NED–The Play Me I'm Yours scheme by artist Luke Jerram put free to use pianos all over the City of London.
RMEJ2NEW–The Moonwalk tribute flashmob for Michael Jackson in Liverpool Street on the day that he died.
RMEJDJY1–This is Reuben Dotdotdot performing his amazing acrobatic balancing act in Covent Garden.
RMEJDK01–Hacney's I Am Here project at Haggerston and Kingsland Estate involve artists putting portraits of residents on the windows.
RMEJDK85–Sand sculpture on the Thames river bank at low tide by Dirtybeach TV, whose aim in life is to clean up beaches and rivers.
RMEJDKAD–There were 260 elephants scattered all over central London in the summer of 2010. Each one was designed by someone different.
RMEJDK9A–The owner of a silver shop in Portobello Road framed by her stock.
RMEGD275–The American School in London is based in St. John’s Wood. As a result, a lot of American families live in the area and, over re
RMEGD27A–In February 2012, beautiful 2 ½ foot high eggs started appearing round central London, each designed by a different person. At E
RMEGD27E–The invitation system at Buckingham Palace Garden Parties is set up to ensure that the guests come from every imaginable walk of
RMEGD27P–The participants in the parades at the Notting Hill Carnival come from a variety of ethnic backgrounds and there is no limit to
RMEGD27X–The Queen's trumpeters lead their mounted band along Cheapside in the Lord Mayor's Show.
RMEGD282–This pony and its team of small riders were definitely among the most popular participants in the 2013 New Year’s Day Parade.
RMEGD286–The people following the Jack in the Green include some very exotic looking characters and green is definitely the dominant colo
RMEGD28G–A Pearly Queen at the Harvest Festival service in the “Actors’ Church”, St. Paul’s, Covent Garden.
RMEGD28R–Seventy years on, the Luftwaffe’s Blitz on London was commemorated with a series of events. St. Paul’s Cathedral was the focal
RMEGD3H4–Movingly, a large number of World War II veterans still take part in the Remembrance Sunday ceremonies at Whitehall and come to
RMEDTKPT–The carriages which were to be used in the Lord Mayor's Show lining up in the correct order before the start.
RMEDTKR4–Fiercely contested pancake races involving teams of participants take place at venues all over London on Shrove Tuesday.
RMEDTKRM–During the annual Canalway Cavalcade, the whole of the Little Venice basin is full of canal boats, lying side by side.
RMEDTKT7–A teacher and her class of young girls, all dressed as water- lilies, take part in the Mayor's Thames Festival.
RMEDTKTK–A Pearly King and Queen kiss each other before the Harvest Festival service.at St. Paul's Church, Covent Garden.
RMEDTKWN–The Torch Relay Team for the London Paralympics walk the zebra crossing in Abbey Road made famous by the Beatles.
RMEDTM8T–For Easter week, all the eggs in the (Fabergé) Big Egg Hunt were brought together in Covent Garden so you could see them al.
RMEDTM98–People are surprised that the participants in the parades at the Notting Hill Carnival come from different ethnic backgrounds.
RMEDTM9R–The London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Victory Parade from the Guildhall to Buckingham Palace was led by two giant dragons.
RMEDTMA3–The Jack in the Green who leads this May Day procession preparing to climb inside the ten foot tall cage covered with flowers.
RMEE31E1–The Queen’s horses appeared in the 2013 New Year’s Day Parade, ridden by a colourful variety of different horsemen and women.
RMEE31MT–During Chinese New Year, the gates at the ends of Gerrard Street are decorated with red and gold banners, lanterns and bunting.
RMEE3273–The invitation system at Buckingham Palace Garden Parties ensures that the guests come from every imaginable walk of life.
RMEE32HM–Carnaby Street is only one of many central London streets decorated with imaginative displays of overhead lights at Christmas.
RMEE32MW–Irish pipers warm up on their bagpipes before the St. Patrick's Day parade in Willesden Green.
RMEE336M–The Hill on Derby Day at Epsom Racecourse is one big party centred round a massive fun fair with lots of thrill rides.
RMEE33D6–Sound systems are an essential element in the Carnival but live music plays a vital role in the parades too.
RMEE341G–The Paralympic Torch Relay Team pause to ensure that their torches are working properly before going to the Abbey Road crossing.
RMEE348D–The people following the Deptford Jack in the Green on May Day included some very exotic looking characters.
RMEE34M6–The band of the Welsh Guards marches down the Mall on its way to the Trooping the Colour ceremony at Horse Guards' Parade.
RMEDP2EB–A fly-past of a Lancaster Bomber and a Spitfire marking 70 years since the Blitz. St. Paul’s Cathedral was the focal
RMEDFHP4–A boy sporting the Irish national colours in his hair, on his face and on his shirt in the St. Patrick's Day Parade.
RMEDFJ37–An excited boy runs off to discover all the eggs in the Faberge Easter Egg Hunt once it had arrived at Covent Garden. Thi
RMEDFJ4F–A runner in the London Marathon has made life difficult for herself by wearing a very unwieldy costume.
RMEDFJHD–The May Day procession led by a ten foot tall cage covered with flowers and branches inside which is a man called Deptford Jack.
RMEDFJMJ–The basin at Little Venice is chock full of canal boats for the annual Canalway Cavalcade.
RMEDFK67–A policeman checks the invitations at the gates of Buckingham Palace before one of the Queen's garden parties.
RMEDFKMG–A couple of waitresses race against each other at the annual Waiters' Race on Bastille Day near Borough Market.
RMEDFM7C–Some friends who are going to be playing in a band fool around for the camera at the Notting Hill Carnival.
RMEDFMDC–The London Paralympic Torch Relay passes through St. John's Wood on its way to the famous zebra crossing in Abbey Road.
RMEDFMY5–A group of children wave the giant hands which were such a symbol of the London Olympics at the victory parade.
RMEDP2EW–A large group of Pearly Kings and Queens from gather for the Harvest Festival Service at St. Paul’s Church in Covent Garden.
RMEDP2F0–Three American children go trick or treating in St. John's Wood on Halloween.
RMEDP2F5–The marching band from Christ's Hospital School, which was founded in the City, parade in the Lord Mayor's Show.
RMEDP2FD–Two elderly veterans proudly display their caps and medals in Whitehall on Remembrance Sunday.
RMEDP2FY–One of the many great places where Londoners can skate in the winter is outside the Natural History Museum.
RMEDP2G2–Hundreds of Santas gather for the annual pub-crawl/flashmob in London called Santacon.
RMEDP2G6–American cheerleaders are a major feature in the New Year’s Day Parade, along with their high school and college marching bands.
RMEDP3N8–The Jack in the Green was followed by a straggling column of musicians, bosomy women, top-hatted and green-faced men.
RMEDP3PK–School children get ready to take part in the children’s parade on the Sunday of the Notting Hill Carnival.
RMEDCR3F–The street procession was accompanied by music and loud drumbeats on this large drum, which was carried round in a small truck.
RMEDCR40–Orthodox Jews chat in Stamford Hill
RMEDCRF3–The start of the annual commemoration ceremony at the Peace Pagoda was marked by drumbeats on a traditional Japanese drum.
RMEDCRF7–A funeral was made a bit more memorable with an ornate Victorian-style glass hearse drawn by a pair of Belgian Black horses.
RMEDCRFM–A monk from the Nipponzan Myohoji Order, a branch of Japanese Nichiren Buddhism, taking part in the annual commemoration event.
RMEDCRG0–The flag-carriers who are to take part in the Southall street procession for the Sikh New Year are inspected.
RMEDCRG8–Two ladies promote Hong Kong in London's Chinatown during the Chinese New Year celebrations.
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