RM2JCYJP2–BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE File photo dated 31/10/2000 of Sir Frederick Barclay following an investiture ceremony at Buckingham Palace, in London. One of Britain's most famous businessmen said he considered applying for legal aid during the most recent stage of a High Court fight over money with his ex-wife, a judge has heard. Issue date: Thursday June 16, 2022.
RM2J6TF02–File photo dated 30/08/05 of a Paddy Power bookmakers in London, as Flutter Entertainment, owner of Paddy Power and Betfair has said its UK betting shop estate has bounced back close to pre-pandemic levels as punters return to high street bookies. The group said first-quarter revenue in the UK chain recovered to stand 6% lower on a two-year comparison.
RM2J4JR9F–File photo dated 30/12/02 of former Tory minister Jonathan Aitken with Elizabeth Harris in central London, after it was announced that they were to marry. Welsh socialite Elizabeth Harris, who was married to a former Conservative Cabinet minister Jonathan Aitken, died at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital at 11.10pm on Good Friday after a long illness. The one-time Rank starlet was previously married to actor Richard Harris, with whom she had three sons Damian, Jared and Jamie, who are all Hollywood-based actors or directors. Issue date: Saturday April 16, 2022.
RM2J16R7D–File photo dated 16/02/99 of Lord and Lady Howe at Buckingham Palace in London, following an investiture ceremony during which she received a CBE from the Queen. Baroness Howe has died aged 90 after a battle with cancer, her family have said in a statement.
RM2HJXFDP–File photo dated 06/07/2000 of Charing Cross police station in central London. Police officers exchanged highly offensive racist, sexist and homophobic messages with claims that it was 'banter' becoming a cover for bullying and harrassment, a watchdog has found. The messages were uncovered as part of nine linked investigations into officers based in Westminster, mostly at Charing Cross police station, that began in March 2018 after allegations that an officer had sex with a drunk person at a police station. Issue date: Tuesday February 1, 2022.
RM2HJHM8A–1994: File photo dated May 1994 of actor Hugh Grant and his actress girlfriend Elizabeth Hurley arriving for the charity premiere of 'Four Werddings and a Funeral' in which he stars. Issue date: Sunday January 30, 2022.
RM2HCKF3F–File photo dated 20/07/01 of then US President Bush, departing from Brize Norton, Oxfordshire, on Air Force One to fly to the G8 Summit in Genoa, Italy. According to newly released official papers George W Bush admitted he knew little about international affairs at his first meeting with Britain's ambassador to the US, Sir Christopher Meyer, who said the future US president's world view was limited to 'Texan and Mexican horizons'. Issue date: Thursday December 30, 2021.
RM2GCRBA0–Undated file photo of a Paddy Power bookmaker in North London. Paddy Power owner Flutter Entertainment beat revenue and earnings expectations in the first six months of the year as its international unit did not decline as much from last year's growth. The business said that revenue had hit more than £3 billion, compared to the £2.7 billion expected by analysts. Issue date: Tuesday August 10, 2021.
RM2F88D6H–File photo dated 26/09/96 of Baroness Shirley Williams with Lord Richard Holme, Chairman of the Liberal Democrats General Election Team on the sea front at Brighton. The former cabinet minister and Liberal Democrat peer, Baroness Williams of Crosby, has died aged 90, the Liberal Democrats have said. Issue date: Monday April 12, 2021.
RM2F88D6J–File photo dated 26/09/96 of Paddy Ashdown (right) and Lord Holme congratulating Shirley Williams on her speech at the Liberal Democrats Conference in Brighton. The former cabinet minister and Liberal Democrat peer, Baroness Williams of Crosby, has died aged 90, the Liberal Democrats have said. Issue date: Monday April 12, 2021.
RM2F2WWCG–File photo dated 11-12-2000 of Murray Walker. Issue date: Sunday March 13, 2021.
RM2F0E8WN–File photo dated 28/02/96 of the then Justice Minister Nora Owen outside 10 Downing Street London, after taking part in the Northern Ireland peace process summit with the then Prime Minister John Major. Issue date: Sunday March 7, 2021.
RM2D32115–Mild-mannered virgin businessman turned 'deranged sex maniac', Richard Davis, 53, of Milespit Hill, Mill Hill, north London, at the High Court in London. He is seeking 8 million compensation, claiming he changed under the influence of prescribed drugs. *The drug was for a non-maligant pituitary gland tumour. He took it in February 1989.
RM2D30RF7–Supermodel Cindy Crawford making a rare appearance in central London, to promote her new video release, after the birth of her first child.
RM2D3494Y–British Prime Minister Tony Blair wearing safety glasses on a visit to a biochemistry lab.
RM2D32XYY–Diana Ingram, wife of Major Charles Ingram, arriving at Southwark Crown Court, where they, and college lecturer Tecwen Whittock, are on trial accused of cheating their way to the top prize on TV quiz show Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?
RM2D2XR5H–Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown makes his first official appearance at the Treasury today (Tuesday), where he announced independence for the Bank of England at the same time as a raise in the interest rate. Photo by Michael Stephens/PA
RM2D33HD5–Model Lisa B and actor Brian Blessed join an anti-whaling protest outside the Norwegian Embassy in London on the opening day of Norway's whaling season during which 670 whales are expected to be killed. Although commercial whaling has been banned since 1986, over 20,000 whales have been killed since the ban came into force.
RM2D34A6H–Health Secretary John Reid announced plans for 50 'new, state-of-the-art community hospitals'.
RM2D345WH–Former Clarence House secretary, Elaine Day arriving at a employment tribunal in Croydon. The secretary who lodged a claim of sex discrimination and unfair dismissal against the Prince of Wales's Office will have her case heard at an employment tribunal today. Elaine Day, of Belvedere, Kent, worked as a personal assistant during five years of employment at Clarence House before she left earlier this year. The hearing is expected to last three days.
RM2D2YHB6–A beer garden under water in Clapham, Bedford today (Monday) following heavy rain over the last few days. Photo by Michael Stephens/PA. See PA story WEATHER Easter
RM2D312F9–A poster outside the High Court in London, before the appeals of charity worker John Brock and Ruth Wyner, director of the Wintercomfort charity, against drugs convictions. The pair were jailed in December 1999, accused of allowing drugs to be peddled at a hostel. * for the homeless in Cambridge.
RM2D33M8Y–Andrew Flintoff (right) with Robert Key on the way to net practice at Lord's before the first test match against the West Indies on Thursday at Lord's.
RM2D33DR4–HSBC Group Chairman Sir John Bond, speaks at a news conference after the announcement of the 2003 annual results. The Banking group HSBC today unveiled a 37% rise in pre-tax profits in 2003 to 7.7 billion and said bottom line profits including goodwill also rose by 33% to 6.8 billion. 02/08/04: Sir John Bond, Group Chairman of banking giant HSBC which set a new European record, for half-year earnings after profits rose 53% to 5.14 billion in the first six months of 2004. He described the figures as a 'solid performance', reflecting revenues growth and a disciplined management of costs.
RM2D2XMMH–British director Anthony Minghella proudly clutches his Oscar on arrival at Heathrow Airport. It is his first return to Britain since his film, 'The English Patient' won nine Oscars at last week's awards ceremony in Hollywood.
RM2D347T8–Former House of Commons researcher Paul Phillips. The tribunal heard that, Labour MP for Falmouth and Camborne, Candy Atherton told her researcher, Phillips, to dig the dirt on her gay Tory rival to damage him.
RM2D31863–Reggie Kray's funeral cortege after leaving an undertaker in Bethnal Green on way to Chingford Mount for burial. The gangland killer died a month after being freed from a life prison sentence on compassionate grounds. * and 10 days after leaving the Norfolk & Norwich hospital. After the funeral service, he will be buried in the family plot at Chingford Mount Cemetery alongside his brother Ronnie and Charlie. The Krays' gang, The Firm, had a Mafia-style grip on London's East End in the 1960s.
RM2D3286R–Leader of the Ulster Unionist Party (UUP) , David Trimble arrives at Downing Street, London for crisis talks between Prime Minister Tony Blair to discuss moves to exclude Sinn Fein ministers from the Stormont power-sharing executive next week. * ... and their implications for the Good Friday Agreement.
RM2D34H9G–Carol Thatcher arrives at the Conservative Party Black & White Ball at Old Billingsgate Market, Wednesday 8 February 2006. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Photo credit should read: Michael Stephens/PA
RM2D2Y8FC–Foreign Secretary Robin Cook (left to right) with Margaret Ewing, Deputy Scottish Nationalist Party leader and David Trimble, Leader of the Ulster Unionist Party during the Remembrance Day Commemoration ceremony at the Cenotaph in London, today (Sunday). See PA Story SOCIAL Remembrance. Photo by Michael Stephens /PA.
RM2D30A0W–Sophie Ryhs-Jones, The Countess of Wessex, returns to work at her PR firm R-JH Communications, in London, after her wedding and honeymoon to Prince Edward. * Sophie said she and the Earl of Wessex had had a lovely honeymoon at the Queen's 50,000 acre estate. Edward and Sophie returned to their new home at Bagshot Park, Surrey, last week after they extended their honeymoon at the secluded Highland Estate when a mini-heatwave sent temperatures soaring. The couple had spent over a week at Balmoral after nearly 14 million people watched the live television coverage of their wedding last month.
RM2D34G2X–Muslims marching along Whitehall, London, protesting against oppressive anti-terror laws being introduced by the UK government Saturday 10 December 2005. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Photo credit should read: Michael Stephens/PA
RM2D31N82–One of the twin towers at Wembley Stadium, London. The Football Association have admitted that the Wembley Stadium project is doomed to failure unless the government bails it out. * 25/9/02: Wembley Stadium in north London, which has been disused for almost two years, and whose final plans for replacement are expected to be announced. It is expected to cost 750 million to rebuild the stadium - on a par with the cost of the Millennium Dome. The famous Wembley twin towers will be replaced by an arch in the design by Lord Foster. The new stadium will also be able to stage athletics by installi
RM2D3470W–A couple of bargain-hunters struggle with their shopping. Retailers have reported a brisk start to the festive sales period.
RM2D2X1JR–Prime Minister John Major addresses the Assembly of Western European Union conference at Church House, central London.
RM2D316KN–Jonathan Aitken, in his study at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford where he begins a two year course to study for a BA (Hons) degree in Theology.
RM2D320P0–Many tennis fans who camped out overnight in a queue at the gates of the All England Club, London. The fans were hoping to snap up a coveted seat on Wimbledon's Centre Court today for the delayed men's singles final. * People were expected to flock to London SW19, hoping to be one of the first 10,000 able to buy one of the unreserved 40 tickets for the Pat Rafter and Goran Ivanisevic clash. The final had to be put back until after rain hampered the men's singles semi-finals between big-serving Ivanisevic and Britain's tennis hope Tim Henman.
RM2D2XPGC–TV presenter, David Frost (left), with the Labour leader, Tony Blair, at the BBC TV Centre in London. Mr Blair was this the guest on his on regular Sunday programme, 'Breakfast with Frost'.
RM2D323A6–Wellwishers of the Queen Mother, Terry Hutt from Waltham Abbey with Jennifer Hawkins from Worthing, already queuing on The Mall, near Clarence House, twenty-four hours before the Queen Mother planned her weekend appearance. *The Queen Mum was recovering from an emergency blood transfusion and hoping to be back to full fitness for her 101st birthday celebrations.
RM2D34A08–The Venerable Peter Delaney, Archeacon of London blesses Nigel Morris, George Rock, Robert Munslow and Steve Dawson. The crew are preparing for a world record attempt to row across the Atlantic from Newfoundland to Falmouth. To break the record the Vivaldi Atlantic 4 must complete the challenge within 55 days of setting out.
RM2D306CA–Radio 1 breakfast disc jockey Zoe Ball celebrates with fiance Norman Cook, aka DJ FatBoy Slim, after winning the prestigious Sony Radio Gold Award, at a ceremony in London.
RM2D34EMK–David Ashbrooke arriving at an employment tribunal in London seeking compensation for sex discrimination on the grounds of sexual harassment,by Elizabeth Lestan. The case continues today Wednesday 5 thOctober 2005.See PA Story TRIBUNAL Harassment. Press Association Photo. Photo credit should read Michael Stephens/PA
RM2D34D2C–Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Ian Blair. He told the media that the shooting of a man on the London Underground at Stockwell Underground Station was 'directly linked' to an anti-terror operation.
RM2D33HDF–Lancashire's Mark Chilton (right) celebrates his century with batting partner Stuart Law during the Frizzell County Championship match against Middlesex, at Lords, St John's Wood, London.
RM2D348EG–England batsman Marcus Trescothick arriving back with the Basil D'Oliveira trophy after the winter cricket tour of South Africa and Zimbabwe.
RM2D30DC3–Model Amanda Robbins as 'Eve', sports a Union Jack fig leaf during a photocall in London on the first day of English apple season.
RM2D31EJ8–James Crosby (right), chief executive of mortgage bank the Halifax with Chris Headdon, chief executive of life assurer Equitable Life in London. The Halifax has agreed to buy the assets of the life assurer in a two-stage deal valued at 1 billion. * In the first part of the deal, Halifax will pay 500 million to buy the Equitable's non-profit and unit-linked business, its operating assets and its sales force. The second part - two chunks of 250 million - will be paid by the Halifax once the Equitable has reached agreement with holders of guaranteed annuity policies over its 1.5 billion l
RM2D34817–A woman holds a candle.
RM2D2YXXX–Lisa Hall, from Colchester County High School for Girls, with the certificates for the six A-levels - English, Economics, Business Studies, History of Art, Art and General Studies - that she heard Thursday August 20 1998 that she had passed at Grade A. School spokeswoman Teresa Fox said: 'It is so wonderful because she is a lovely girl, terribly modest, there couldn't have been anyone more worthy'. Picture by Mike Stephens/PA. See PA story EDUCATION A-levels.
RM2D319RD–Actress Joely Richardson arriving for the film premiere of 'Into The Arms Of Strangers' at the Warner Brothers Village, Leicester Square, London.
RM2D2XD3T–Joanne Norris, with her boyfried Brian Hedges, at a news conference today (Thursday) at Hertfordshire Constabulary Headquarters. Joanne has recently returned to England after her suspected abduction to Turkey, where her estranged husband lives with their eight-year-old son. Five men have so far appeared in court in connection with the alleged kidnap, earlier this month. See PA story COURTS Abduct. Photo by Michael Stephens/PA
RM2D32FH5–Ralph Pottinger, from South Shields, Newcastle, the operations supervisor for the State Apartments at Kensington Palace, in London, opens the Gold Gates that will be the new public entrance for the State Apartments and the Royal Ceremonial Dress Collection. *...The new entrance will enable visitors to see the Rose Garden which was previously hidden from view. The gates are French and built around 1879, based loosely on a Louis XV style and were moved to their current position in 1989.
RM2D31WR6–Race-goers arriving at Ascot walking over disinfected mats taking precautions for the ongoing foot and mouth crisis. This is the opening day of four-day Royal Ascot meeting.
RM2D31X7J–Queen Elizabeth II walks through the Royal Enclosure on the fourth day of Royal Ascot held in Berkshire.
RM2D33HDP–Lancashire's Carl Hooper scores a single off the bowling of Middlesex's Paul Weekes during the Frizzell County Championship match at Lords, St John's Wood, London.
RM2D31W7X–Testicular Cancer survivor David Brown, 39, (C) from Kingston Upon Thames helps Liverpool captain Jamie Redknapp (R) and his father, former West Ham manager Harry, have a shower in Regent's Park, London, to help highlight Men's Cancer Awareness month.
RM2D318JN–Leeds United's fans arrive at Istanbul Airport for the match against the Turkish team, Besiktas, in the Champions League. This is the club's first visit to Turkey since two of club's fans were killed in the square on the eve of United's UEFA Cup semi-final. *... first-leg against Galatasaray.
RM2D31A2E–Richard Tydeman from King Edward VI Grammar School, Chelmsford with Benjamin Collie, right, from Tanbridge High School, Horsham, West Sussex, holding up their awards for being joint winners of the GCSE Student of the Year Prize.
RM2D3142E–Aleetza Wood at St Stephen and St Thomas Church,Shepherd's Bush. Australian soap star Aleetza Wood has just waved goodbye to her Home And Away character Peta Janossi to arrive in Britain, where she is embarking on a Shakespearian tour. * The 21-year-old actress is following in the footsteps of a long line of Antipodean soap actors, who have hoped to make it in this country - with limited success.
RM2D2WPFW–Southampton's Ken Monkou kicks out at West Ham United's Ian Dowie as he tugs at his shirt during the FA Carling Premiership match at The Dell.
RM2D2YT7H–Venus Williams (USA) in action during her easy 6-3,6-1 win over Virginia Ruano Pascual of Spain in their fourth rond game at Wimbledon.(Photo Mike Stephen/PA)
RM2D347N2–Julie Geeson (far right) arrives for the funeral of her twin sister Sally with father Laurie (right) helping to carry the coffin.
RM2D2Y4F9–Christie's in London held its fourth Street Style fashion auction today (Tuesday) including sixty outfits from Janet Street Porter's eclectic collection such as this Zandra Rhodes Indian Raw silk strapless dress which is expected to fetch 200-300. Photo by Michael Stephens/PA
RM2D348XP–Howard Brown on right the Halifax advertising singing star at Madame Tussards.
RM2D30FGT–The last Spanish eco-protester is abseiled to ground level from the top of the London Eye ferris wheel by a police climbing expert after spending 30 hours on the millennium wheel.
RM2D33GHD–Cenkos ridden by jockey Barry Geraghty jumps the last fence on the way to winning the Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother Celebration Chase at Sandown.
RM2D2XP69–Poppet the collie, with his new owner, former veterinary nurse Lizzy Angrave. Lizzy helped the border collie back to health after he was found with burns from scalding chip fat and a fractured leg, which had been untreated for three days. The RSPCA National Cruelty Statistics for 1996, released today (Tuesday), show that dogs remain at the top of the cruelty league with the number of convictions for canine cruelty up from 768 in 1995 to 892 in 1996. See PA Story ANIMALS Cruelty. Photo by Michael Stephens/PA
RM2D2X5M0–L-R Darren Anderton, Sol Campbell, David Platt, Paul Gascoigne and Phil Neville being put through their paces by Bryan Robson (white shirt) during England's training session at Bisham Abbey this morning (Tuesday). Photo by Michael Stephens/PA.
RM2D327AC–Security guard Sangeeta Cheema displays some of the sharp objects confiscated from travellers departing Heathrow Airport in London. There has been a security clampdown since the terrorist atrocities in the US last week when knives were used in the hijack of airliners.
RM2D2WYY6–Iris Bentley places a wreath at the door of Wandsworth Prison, in south-west London, today (Sunday) to commemorate the 43rd anniversary of her brother's death. Derek Bentley was hanged in 1953 after a policeman was shot by Christopher Craig during a warehouse burglary and his sister has campaigned tirelessly for a full pardon ever since. * 22/01/97: It was announced that Iris Bentley, who had campaigned tirelessly for her brother's pardon, had died.
RM2D2YNCM–Former teacher Sion Jenkins flanked by police as he arrives at Lewes Crown Court, East Sussex today (Wednesday) where he is charged with murdering his foster daugher Billie-Jo Jenkins. Photo by Michael Stephens/PA. See PA story COURTS Billie Jo
RM2D2Y50E–**PLEASE BE AWARE OF THE GRAPHIC CONTENT OF THE ARTWORK IN THIS PICTURE** An elderly man observes 'Zygotic acceleration, Biogenetic de-sublimated libidinal model' (1995) by Jake & Dinos Chapman - one of the exhibits currently on show in 'Sensation' from the Saatchi Collection at the Royal Academy of Arts in London.
RM2D2YX0T–Library filer, dated 28/1/96. Iris Bentley, sister of Derek Bentley, places a wreath at the door of Wandsworth Prison, to commemorate the 43rd anniversary of her brother's execution: A decision is expected at the High Court today (Wed), after an appeal hearing to clear the name of Bentley, who was hanged in 1953 after a policeman was shot by accomplice Christopher Craig during a warehouse burglary. The campaign to quash the conviction was taken over by Maria Bentley-Dingwall, following the death last year of her mother Iris Bentley, who had campaigned tirelessly for a full pardon. See PA stor
RM2D32949–Anti-American Muslims holding a protest outside the London Central Mosque, Regents Park, following Friday morning prayers.
RM2D31NR1–Great Train Robber Ronnie Biggs being driven in to high security Belmarsh prison in south east, five hours after touching down in Britain from Brazil in an executive jet. Biggs was sent to Belmarsh after making a brief appearance at West London magistrates court. * Outside the court his legal team said he would be appealing against his outstanding sentence. Biggs broke out of jail with 28 years still to serve. He was whisked to court shortly before noon after surrendering to Scotland Yard detectives at RAF Northolt in north west London this morning.
RM2D34G33–Muslims marching along Whitehall, London, protesting against oppressive anti-terror laws being introduced by the UK government Saturday 10 December 2005. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Photo credit should read: Michael Stephens/PA
RM2D2X8D9–The Meteorite of which a small fragment is being studied at The Open University Milton Keynes. See PA Story SCIENCE Meteorite/fragment. Photo by Michael Stephens/PA.
RM2D30CK8–Michael Meacher, Minister for the Environment, who became the first visitor to climb the 300 steps of the worlds most powerful and efficient wind turbine. * The 200ft turbine, has the capacity to provide half the population of Swaffham with power and is the UK s first multi-megawatt wind generator. * 17/11/2000 Environment Minister Michael Meacher, who Friday November 17, 2000 launched the UK Climate Change Programme that sets out how the country can deliver the UK's target under the Kyoto deal of cutting greenhouse gases by 12.5% below 1990 levels by 2008-12.
RM2D31JF5–Indian film star Gulshan Grover arrives at the National Exhibition Centre Arena in Birmingham, for the Mega Mela BBC ASIA Awards Show. The BBC ASIA (Asian Success, Innovation and Achievement) awards celebrates all aspects of Asian life, culture and arts.
RM2D2XX98–A smilimg Diana, Princess of Wales, arriving at the Royal Geographical Society, London, this morning (Thursday) to address a conference on landmines. The princess hit out at countries which trade in landmines and called for a international ban on such weapons of death. Photo by Michael Stephens/PA. SEE PA STORY ROYAL Diana.
RM2D330GE–U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld speaks at a news conference with Britain's Secretary of State for Defence Geoff Hoon (not in picture) at London's Heathrow Airport. Mr Rumsfeld was in Britain for talks with Prime Minister Tony Blair. * .. during the last stop on a trip that has taken him to the Persian Gulf and Afghanistan. 07/05/04: US defence secretary Donald Rumsfeld, who has faced growing demands to resign over the abuse by of Iraqi prisoners by US soldiers. But President George Bush has said: 'He'll stay in my Cabinet'.
RM2D33FP1–The Duke of Edinburgh with the Princess Royal arriving at the chapel at Windsor Castle for the traditional Easter Sunday church service. Nine senior members of the family were present for the service at St George's chapel in the castle grounds, which was led by the Dean of Windsor, the Right Rev David Conner. Around 200 members of the public braved the cold, grey morning to see the royals arrive for what has become an annual gathering of the Royal Family.
RM2D31MPN–Veteran peace campaigner Lindis Percy outside the High Court in London, where a judge found her guilty of contempt by entering a secure military communications centre, even though the 'no trespassing' bye-law notices she had gone to tear down have been ruled unlawful. * She was given a suspended sentence of twelve months. 25/4/01: A veteran peace campaigner was due to go on trial charged with racial abuse against the American people. Grandmother Lindis Percy allegedly trailed the Stars and Stripes flag on the road outside a US military base forcing American personnel to drive over it. It is
RM2D330GN–U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld (right) at a news conference with Britain's Secretary of State for Defence Geoff Hoon at London's Heathrow Airport. Mr Rumsfeld was in Britain for talks with Prime Minister Tony Blair. * ... during the last stop on a trip that has taken him to the Persian Gulf and Afghanistan. Watch for PA story. PA Photo: Michael Stephens / WPA ROTA.
RM2D2XRME–Leicester gain possession at the line out from Sale during today's (Saturday) RFU Pilkington Cup at Twickenham. Photo by David Cheskin/PA
RM2D30037–Baroness Maddock and Menzies Campbell MP (centre) and four top women on the Liberal Democrats Euro Elections shortlist. Left to Right DianaWallis, Liz Lynne, Baroness Maddock, Menzies Campbell, Baroness Ludford, and Baroness Emma Nickolson. See PA story LIBDEM Euro. Photo by Michael Stephens/PA
RM2D3000G–Paddy Ashdown (left) meets David Trimble (right) during the Liberal Democrats conference in Brighton today (Monday) as Lord Holme looks on. Photo by Michael Stephens/PA. See PA story LIBDEM Conference.
RM2D30RDJ–Social Security Minister Angela Eagle (c) with Public Health Minister Yvette Cooper (l) and new mum Lauratina Reddy from London with baby Ankieat at Guy's Hospital in London, where they announced that the Sure Start maternity grant is to be doubled. *More than 200,000 new or expectant mothers in the UK are eligible for the 200 cash, designed to help them buy essential goods for their babies.
RM2D2YBXK–ACTRESS JENNY SEAGROVE WITH BESS, A PYRENEAN MOUNTAIN DOG, FROM CHARD IN SOMERSET, ONE OF THE ENTRIES IN THE BLUE CROSS & DOGS TODAY 1997 DOGS AT WORK AWARDS, IN LONDON.
RM2D2YFAB–Train driver Peter Afford arrives at Watford Magistrates Court today (Friday), where he was committed for trial accused of manslaughter after a crash on August 8 last year when the 1704 Euston to Watford Junction train, which he was driving, crashed into an empty train at Watford, injuring seventy passengers and killing journalist Ruth Holland. See PA story COURTS Watford. Photo by Michael Stephens/PA
RM2D3185W–The message left with flowers from actress Barbara Windsor outside W. English and Son Undertakers in Bethnal Green Road, east London ahead the funeral of gangland killer Reggie Kray. * Locals have started to gather outside St Matthew's Church, Bethnal Green, more than two hours before the funeral service is due to begin. Six black horses are expected to pull a carriage holding the last of the infamous Kray brothers along Bethnal Green Road to St Matthew's for the service.
RM2D31D1B–The Government's chief medical officer Professor Liam Donaldson (3rd left) outside the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in London, with members of an Alder Hey parents support group, before the start a conference about organ retention. * (chairman Eddie Bradley, left and vice chairman Paula O'Leary, 2nd left) at the conference on the removal and retention of dead children's hearts, lungs and other organs. * without their parents' knowledge at the Bristol, Alder Hey and other hospitals.
RM2D34848–Chancellor Gordon brown speaks with Dr Carl Schramm, President of Kauffman Foundation.
RM2D2X03K–Police constable Lucie Gilmore, 25, and her boyfriend Matthew Drape, who is also a policeman, at London's Knightsbridge court where she was found guilty today (Wed) of helping her former policeman father in a 20 million gold smuggling operation.
RM2D2XMTC–Train driver Peter Afford leaves Watford Magistrates Court today (Friday), where he was committed for trial accused of manslaughter after a crash on August 8 last year when the 1704 Euston to Watford Junction train, which he was driving, crashed into an empty train at Watford, injuring seventy passengers and killing journalist Ruth Holland. See PA story COURTS Watford. Photo by Michael Stephens/PA
RM2D34E0C–The new iPod nano is held at a press launch in London, Wednesday September 7, 2005. The nano, which is one fifth the size of the original iPod, weighs just 1.5 ounces and can hold up to 1,000 songs or 25,000 photos. See PA Story TECHNOLOGY Apple. PRESS ASSOCIATION photo. Photo credit should read: Michael Stephens/PA
RM2D3109J–Haulage trucks disembark from the ferry terminal European Pathway following the discovery of a container holding illegal immigrants at Dover Dock. The two survivors of the illegal human trafficking racket which left 58 people dead are under police guard. * as the hunt began for those behind the tragic consignment.
RM2D2X7BM–David Feherty looks distinctly unhappy with his shot on the 10th fairway at the Murphys Irish Open during today's (Thursday) play at the Druids Glen course outside Dublin.
RM2D34D7D–Major Neville Hogan, 84, a former Chindit soldier in Burma with his wife Glory at his home in Hemel Hempstead. Burmese-born Hogan was just 16-years-old when he borrowed his brother's birth certificate in 1939 to qualify for the Burma Auxiliary Force. In 1943, an elite guerrilla unit known as the Chindits was successfully deployed deep behind enemy lines to fight in Japanese-occupied Burma.
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