RM2HP2664–File photo dated 16/10/1987 of hurricane damage in London after The Great Storm of 1987. Issue date: Friday February 18, 2022.
RM2HP2667–File photo dated 16/10/1987 of a light aeroplane upside down The Great Storm of 1987, at Stapleford Abbotts airfield near Epping in Essex. Issue date: Friday February 18, 2022.
RM2HP2660–File photo dated 16/10/1987 of a storm damaged car abandoned on a roundabout in Bracknell after The Great Storm of 1987. Issue date: Friday February 18, 2022.
RM2HP265Y–File photo dated 16/10/1987 of a car crushed by a falling tree after The Great Storm of 1987. Issue date: Friday February 18, 2022.
RM2HP266F–File photo dated 16/10/1987 of destroyed cars after The Great Storm of 1987. Issue date: Friday February 18, 2022.
RM2HP2662–File photo dated 16/10/1987 of a tree-lined avenue in Orpington, Kent, which has been devastated after The Great Storm of 1987. Issue date: Friday February 18, 2022.
RM2HP265X–File photo dated 16/10/1987 of destroyed cars after The Great Storm of 1987. Issue date: Friday February 18, 2022.
RM2HP2663–File photo dated 16/10/1987 of a passerby looking at a truck which was parked in Mote Road, Maidstone, until it was tipped over by a tree as it was uprooted after The Great Storm of 1987. Issue date: Friday February 18, 2022.
RM2HP2668–File photo dated 16/10/1987 of beach huts strewn across Shoreham sea front after The Great Storm of 1987. Issue date: Friday February 18, 2022.
RM2HP266A–File photo dated 16/10/1987 of two of the 27 light aircraft at Shoreham airport that were damaged after The Great Storm of 1987. Issue date: Friday February 18, 2022.
RM2G7E0H0–File photo dated 28/07/71 of the Prince of Wales during his first parachute jump above Poole Harbour. The prince was 23 years old when he completed his first parachute drop on July 29 1971 from an Andover aircraft into Studland Bay, Dorset. Issue date: Tuesday July 13, 2021.
RM2G7E0H5–File photo dated 28/07/71 of the Prince of Wales during his first parachute jump above Poole Harbour. The prince was 23 years old when he completed his first parachute drop on July 29 1971 from an Andover aircraft into Studland Bay, Dorset. Issue date: Tuesday July 13, 2021.
RM2F88DJ0–File photo dated 25/01/81 of the 'gang of four' former Labour cabinet ministers (left to right Bill Rodgers, Shirley Williams, Roy Jenkins and David Owen, outside Dr Owen's London home, where they announced their intention to set up a council for social democracy. 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.
RM2F4BW06–File photo dated 05-10-1970 of Leeds United's Peter Lorimer. Issue date: Saturday March 20, 2021.
RM2F4BW0D–File photo dated 12-09-1962 of Leeds United's Peter Lorimer. Issue date: Saturday March 20, 2021.
RM2F4BW0C–File photo dated 01-02-1968 of Leeds United's Peter Lorimer. Issue date: Saturday March 20, 2021.
RM2F4BW08–File photo dated 19-03-1969 of Leeds United's Peter Lorimer. Issue date: Saturday March 20, 2021.
RM2F4BW09–File photo dated 12-09-1968 of Leeds United's (left-right) Terry Hibbitt, Gary Sprake, Peter Lorimer and Billy Bremner with the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup. Issue date: Saturday March 20, 2021.
RM2F4BW0A–File photo dated 06-05-1967 of Peter Lorimer scores Leeds United's first goal against Chelsea. Issue date: Saturday March 20, 2021.
RM2ENM141–File photo dated 1-02-1968 of Leeds United's Peter Lorimer during training. Issue date: Friday February 26, 2021.
RM2ENM11P–File photo dated 12-09-1962 of Leeds United's 15-year-old inside forward, Peter Lorimer. Issue date: Friday February 26, 2021.
RM2ENM166–File photo dated 19-03-1969 of Leeds United's Peter Lorimer. Issue date: Friday February 26, 2021.
RM2ENM14E–File photo dated 12-09-1968 of Leeds United's (l-r) Terry Hibbitt, Gary Sprake, Peter Lorimer and Billy Bremner with the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup after winning it with a goal-less draw (1-0 on aggregate) versus Ferencvaros in Budapest. Issue date: Friday February 26, 2021.
RM2E9JYTJ–File photo dated 03/11/64 of Queen Elizabeth II leaving after the State Opening of Parliament. The Queen will have reigned as monarch for 69 years on Saturday.
RM2D6TRP8–A mother and child with a suitcase return to Block B in the Paragon estate in Brentford, west London, to pack before leaving to go to a hotel, after residents were asked to 'immediately' leave their homes due to fire safety concerns.
RM2D6TRPD–A view of Block F in the Paragon estate in Brentford, west London, where around 1,000 people are being asked to 'immediately' leave their homes due to fire safety concerns.
RM2D6TRPC–A view of Block F in the Paragon estate in Brentford, west London, where around 1,000 people are being asked to 'immediately' leave their homes due to fire safety concerns.
RM2D6TRP3–A message in a window of the student Block F in the Paragon estate in Brentford, west London, to pack before leaving to go to a hotel, after residents were asked to 'immediately' leave their homes due to fire safety concerns.
RM2D6TRP9–Residents of Block B in the Paragon estate in Brentford, west London, leave to go to a hotel, after the they were asked to 'immediately' leave their homes due to fire safety concerns.
RM2D6TRPE–A view of Block B in the Paragon estate in Brentford, west London, where around 1,000 people are being asked to 'immediately' leave their homes due to fire safety concerns.
RM2D6TRP6–A message made from what appears to be post-it notes in a window of the student Block F in the Paragon estate in Brentford, west London, to pack before leaving to go to a hotel, after residents were asked to 'immediately' leave their homes due to fire safety concerns.
RM2D2YDTH–Sacked workers from the Magnet company launched a unique plan to win their case, by opening up a chicken farm near the Cambridgeshire home of the firm's chief executive Alan Bowkett. The GMB union said the idea was to keep pressure on Mr Bowkett, who described the stunt as 'childish'. The union has rented a farm in the village of Croxton and intends to hold a series of events to highlight the plight of workers sacked in 1996 after going on strike over pay and conditions at the firm's factory in Darlington, Co. Durham. Photo by Findlay Kember/PA. See PA Story INDUSTRY Chicken.
RM2D2XE95–The Tate Gallery launches its 100 years celebrations in London today (Thursday). (l/r holding 100 sign) Nicholas Serota, Director, Damien Whitmore, Head of Communications, and Heather Norville-Day, Paper Conservator. The Gallery was opened by the Prince of Wales on July 21, 1897. Photo by Sam Pearce.
RM2D2XKJ8–Britannia Airways Lara Wilkinson and JSG Skychef Giuseppe Amerio. Britannia Airways today (Sunday) revealed that it had suffered explosions caused by mashed potato. The airline were testing a new on-board recipe for bangers 'n mash when the potato problems began. The first trials were disastrous with the mash literally exploding out of the foil containers in the ovens, but the staff were not going to be beaten and eventually perfected the consistency. Britannia will now be serving pork and leek sausages with mashed potato and onion gravy on its flights this summer. See PA story AIR Mash.
RM2D2Y4F2–Catherine Isted, from Swindon, a finalist in tonight's (Tues) Miss UK 1997 contest.
RM2D34FRK–Prime Minister Tony Blair makes a speech to the North East Economic Forum at Hardwick Hall near Sedgefield today,Friday 18 November 2005.The.Prime Minister Tony Blair today defended the Government's progressive education reforms, saying they were critical to the development of the UK's economy. See PA Story POLITICS Reform PRESS ASSOCIATION PHOTO.Photo credit should read John Giles WPA Pool/PA
RM2D2XPBR–Jane Sherwood Britton, 32, stands beside the hole, 70 feet across and 100 feet deep, where her garage used to be, at her house in Ripon, North Yorkshire today (Thursday). The hole appeared before her eyes last night, when Mrs Britton called her children inside. The collapse is believed to have been caused by a geological fault in the area. An expert from the British Geological Survey is expected on the scene later today. Photo by Paul Barker/PA
RM2D2Y4B0–The scene at Kensington Palace this morning (Monday) with crowds still leaving floral tributes to Diana, Princess of Wales. Photo by David Giles.
RM2D2XJNT–Robbie Supple (left) was the jockey in form at Wetherby Races today (Thurs) riding two out of the first three winners and making a great recovery after this blunder to finish second on Tico Gold behind Paul Carbery and River Unshion (right) in the Understudy Novices Steeplechase. Photo John Giles.PA.
RM2D2YH8X–Police officers examine the scene today (Thursday), near where Kirsty Carver's body was found on Spurn Point, Humberside. See PA Story POLICE Missing. Photo by Paul Barker/PA
RM2D2Y70P–Lieutenant Darren Bartlett, 24, arrives at Oxford Crown Court today (Thurs) where he and five other Army officers are accused of gang raping of a 24-year-old student. PHOTO TIM OCKENDEN. See PA Story COURTS Army.
RM2D2XFJX–After days of isolation and freezing weather the farming communities of the Yorkshire Dales are faced with several more with the forecast for further snowfalls and colder temperatures offering no hope of their bleak Winter outlook improving today (Thurs). Photo John Giles.PA.
RM2D2YRP7–Paul Scholes knocks around with a Globe after a training session and Press Conference in La Boule near Nantes, France. England play Romania in their 2nd match of the World Cup in Toulouse next Monday. Photo by Adam Butler/PA.
RM2D2Y2PR–Henning Berg makes his debut for Man Utd as he comes on in the second half of the game against Southampton at Old Trafford tonight (Weds). Pic Dave Kendall.
RM2D2XE3E–Wyman cafe 8
RM2D2YXP4–CAMBRIDGE'S TREVOR BENJAMIN (RIGHT) ATTACKING WITH SWANSEA'S JASON SMITH (LEFT) DEFENDING DURING THE NATIONWIDE CLASH AT TEH ABBEY STADIUM
RM2D2XCG4–Home Secretary Michael Howard (L) meets with New South Wales Premier Bob Carr in London today (Tuesday).
RM2D33DBG–Plymouth Argyle's Ian Stonebridge (right) scores the winning goal against Port Vale during their Nationwide Division Two match at Plymouth's Home Park ground.
RM2D2XXYC–Linford Christie clutches the Men's European cup as he stands amongst the fans after the presentation ceremony at the Olympic Stadium in Munich today (Sunday). Christie retires from international competition after this meeting. Picture DAVID JONES/PA
RM2D2XMGG–Police tape seals off the scene where Stuart Perkins and David Neil Weaver, the two scout leaders were crushed to death earlier today (Monday) when a rock escarpment fell on their tent. Fire chiefs said the rock face may have collapsed after being weakened by the heat from a camp fire. Marcus Hill ,a third leader, survived and escaped injury but suffered severe shock. See PA Story DEATH Scout.
RM2D2X969–Ian Woosnam tees off on the 18th hole to finish his first round of the One 2 One British Masters at Collingtree Park, Northampton, today (Thursday), which was stopped by rain yesterday. Picture by Stefan Rousseau.
RM2D2XH25–Labour leader Tony Blair addresses a conference of 2,500 sixth-formers at Westminster Central Hall in London today (Thursday), where he warned against surrendering Britain's influence in Europe and claimed the Tory party was lurching dangerously towards leaving Europe. See PA Story POLITICS Blair. Photo by Fiona Hanson.
RM2D2XKTM–A road sweeper cleans up outside 10 Downing Street today (Thursday), following the Prime Minister's final Cabinet meeting before the General Election on May 1st. Photo by Sam Pearce.
RM2D2XGBT–Newcastle's Les Ferdinand celebrates after scoring the first goal at the Dell, against Southampton today (Saturday). Photograph Adam Butler/PA. See PA Story soccer Southampton.
RM2D2YGHY–Alan Blythe, 52, of Palacefields, Runcorn, arrives at Warrington Crown Court , Cheshire, today (Thursday), charged with growing cannabis and supplying it to his wife, who suffers from multiple sclerosis. Photo by Dave Kendall. See PA Story POLICE Cannabis.
RM2D2YPEW–Undated collect photograph of kissogram agency boss Paul Doyle, 38, who was today (Friday) convicted at Birmingham Crown Court of raping an 18-year-old woman at knifepoint and indecently assaulting a 19-year-old. See PA story COURTS Kissogram. Photo available black &white only.
RM2D2XTFD–PIC..TONY SPENCER.....RUNWAY PROTEST PIC SHOWS...SHERIFFS MEN DISMANTLE A TREE DWELLER'S HOME. SEE STORY
RM2D2XNMA–Tory MP Neil Hamilton returns to the spot on Knutsford Common where he first confronted veteran TV correspondent Martin Bell, after anti-sleaze candidate Bell postponed his nomination to stand against Mr Hamilton, today (Tuesday). Pic Dave Kendall. See PA Story ELECTION Bell.
RM2D2YFKA–Police collect picture: Dennis McGinnis, who faces sentencing at Edinburgh High Court today (Wed) after being convicted for his part in a couterfeiting ring, which posed a potential threat to the British economy. Watch for PA story/PA *Best Quality available*
RM2D2XHHJ–A photographer at the possible venue of the wedding of Oasis star Liam Gallagher and actress Patsy Kensit, in South West London today (Monday). See PA Story SHOWBIZ Gallagher. Photo by David Cheskin.
RM2D2YN7C–Simon Lacey, Derbyshire County cricket Team. Photo by Rui Vieira/PA
RM2D2YC08–The funeral cortege of Jim Guiney, a loyalist with paramilitary connections, .passes his shop in Dunmurry, today (Thursday), were he was shot dead by the republican INLA on Monday morning. Photo by PA.
RM2D2X317–Sotland's Paul McStay takes a tumble during tonight's (Wed) friendly international against Australia, at Hampden Park. Photo by Geoff Holmes/PA
RM2D2YXBH–England opening batsman Michael Atherton gets in some batting practice in the nets at Headingley today (Wednesday), for tomorrow's test match against South Africa. PHOTO OWEN HUMPHREYS/PA
RM2D2XANB–Sharon Clayton (left), 22, from Doncaster and Julie Johnson, 20, from Scunthorpe sit in a vat of peas to celebrate the 21st birthday of Batchelors Mushy Peas in London today (Weds). WATCH FOR PA STORY. Photo by Peter Jordan.
RM2D302C3–Blackburn's Stephane Henchoz (left) keeps Liverpool's Michael Owen at arms length during their match at Anfield this evening (Sunday). Pic Dave Kendall.
RM2D2Y0YK–Off to Las Vegas... Coronation Street's Jack, Vera, Fiona and Maxine are off to the entertainment capital of the world, to make a video about the Duckworth's exploits when they visted Vegas earlier this year. Pic Dave Kendall.
RM2D2X6DG–Scotland's Ally McCoist (centre) is congratulated by teammates Stuart McCall (left) and Colin Hendry as Coach Craig Brown (2nd right) and Alec Miller delight in his goal against Switzerland at Villa Park tonight (Tuesday). Photo by David Jones.
RM2D2XRW5–London-based artist Max Mosscrop, who scooped the 26,000 NatWest Art Prize, it was announed tonight (Tuesday). Photo credit: Hugo Glendinning. See PA Story ARTS Prize.
RM2D2XEAK–Arsenal's David Platt (left) and Derby's Darryl Powell in action at Highbury today (Sat). Photo by Adam Butler.
RM2D2Y3E5–England batsman John Crawley on his knees as Australia go on to win by an innings and 61 runs to take a 2-1 lead in the series, on the final day of the Fourth Test at Headingley today (Monday). PA Photo by Owen Humphreys. See PA Story cricket England.
RM2D2YXAD–Newcastle Utd's Alan Shearer (right) trains with new signing, France striker Stephane Guivarc'h, at the Chester-Le-Street training ground today (Tuesday). PHOTO OWEN HUMPHREYS/PA. See PA Story soccer Newcastle.
RM2D35E3J–Screengrab taken from the website of Icesave, the Icelandic internet bank, showing a notice that it has stopped UK customers withdrawing or depositing money.
RM2D2XP5X–Naomi Campbell modelling revealing knitwear by Irish designer Lainey Keogh, on the second day of London Fashion Week today (Monday). Sexy hand-made garments, which challenged the stereotype of traditional knitwear, were influenced by 39-year-old Keogh's love of her native country, reflecting the warm and earthy peats, chesnut and graphites of the Irish landscape as well as golds and shimmering silver for evening wear. See PA Story FASHION Week. Photo by Neil Munns.
RM2D2XPJA–Music to their ears for Scot Gemmill (left) of Nottingham Forrest and Christrian Dailly of Derby, before flying out to Gothenburg with the Scotland squad today (Monday) for their World Cup qualifying match against Sweden on Wednesday. Photo by Chris Bacon/PA. See PA Story soccer Scotland.
RM2D2YN5A–Graeme Welch, Warwickshire County cricket Team. Photo by David Jones/PA
RM2D2X6JR–Conchita Martinez shouts in anger during her match against Mary Joe Fernandez this afternoon at the International Ladies tennis Championships at Eastbourne this afternoon (FRIDAY). Martines lost 6-2 4-6 4-6. Photo by Adam Butler/PA
RM2D2XXJF–Pilot Tim Senior from the Acrosuperbaties team, launches the world's smallest piloted aeroplane from the roof of a Mitsubishi Shogun, at London City Airport today (Tuesday). The Cri Cri plane, just 13ft long and 4ft high with a wingspan of 16ft, was driven down the runway until the Shogun reached 70mph. At this point the plane took off and circulated the Docklands area before landing. Photo by Fiona Hanson.
RM2D2YW3H–Mercedes driver Mikka Hakkinen watches the screen as teammate David Coulthard makes the fastest time during practice today (Friday) at Silverstone. PHOTO OWEN HUMPHREYS/PA.
RM2D2XYBF–Liverpool striker Mike Thomas trys to guide the ball past Sunderland's defence Gareth Hall, at Roker Park today (Sunday).Pic Owen Humphreys/P.A.
RM2D2X8TP–Library composite of Grampian Chief Constable Dr Ian Oliver (right) who has complained to Ulster Secretary Sir Patrick Mayhew after his name was dropped from a shortlist for the post of new RUC Chief Constable. Three candidates, including City of London Police Commissioner William Taylor (left) are to be interviewed for the 100,000 a year post, in Belfast next week. 11/04/03 : former City of London Police Commissioner William Taylor (left) and Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir John Stevens: Mr Taylor, the man hired by Sir John Stevens to handle the Metropolitan Police's internal review of
RM2D2XXP5–American Venus Williams in action against Nathalie Tauziat, during Direct Line Insurance International tournament at Eastbourne this afternoon (Wednesday). Photo by Adam Butler/PA
RM2D2XN6R–Baroness Thatcher signs an oil a painting depicting the Canberra in San Carlos Water, during her visit on board the great white liner today (Tuesday), for a commemorative dinner for veterans of the Falklands campaign at Southampton. See PA Story ROYAL Canberra. Photo by Tim Ockenden/PA.
RM2D2Y9MW–Caroline Jamison, 54 from Winterslow, Salisbury in London where she was today (Wednesday) named as TDK Woman of the Year. Photo PA.
RM2D2XCRE–Collect picture of Paul Loseby, 20, of Leicester, who has been arrested for drug trafficking in Venezuela, along with 18-year-old James Miles. The parents of the two men today appealed to the country's President to free their sons. See PA Story CRIME Venezuela.
RM2D2YJ1T–Ian Tordoff outside Leeds Crown Court today (Wed), where he is facing charges of stealing 9000 worth of electricity after police found his house and business were hooked up to the supply from a street lamp. See PA story COURTS Electricity. Photo by Paul Barker/PA
RM2D2XGKG–Ford car workers at Halewood, outside the factory gates early today (Thursday) before leaving for London, where they are will lobby a union meeting over company job losses. See PA story INDUSTRY Ford. Photo by Martin Birchall.
RM2D2XJJE–Workers for Freedom, also known as Richard Nott and Graham Fraser, choose the Highway-man look, with turned up cuffs and frilled white shirt, on the fourth day of London Fashion Week today (Weds). Photo by Stefan Rousseau.
RM2D3041E–Library file dated 9.11.95 of top IRA terrorist suspect Pearse McCauley who escaped from Brixton jail with fellow suspect Nessan Quinlivan in 1991, while awaiting trial on conspiracy to murder and cause explosions in Britain. McCauley is one of a group of four men, who admitted killing an Irish police officer in a botched robbery attempt, andwill be sentenced tomorrow. The Special Criminal Court in Dublin today (Thursday) heard pleas for mitigation on behalf of the four, who yesterday pleaded guilty to the manslaughter of Detective Garda Jerry McCabe at Adare, County Limerick in June 1996.
RM2D2XF4E–Library filer dated 12.5.73. Former England goalkeeper Peter Shilton, who will make his 1,000th League appearance when he turns out for Leyton Orient against Brighton on Sunday. See PA story soccer Shilton. Photo by Malcolm Croft. ** Available b/w only.**
RM2D2XT47–WBO and IBF champion Prince Naseem Hamed, shows his form, as he launches his new video - The Prince Who Is King, at HMV, in London today (Friday). Photo by Sam Pearce.
RM2D2X8T0–A policewomen searching a barn at at Holme, near Hunstanton, Norfolk, today (Tuesday), as hopes for finding the two missing children, Jodi and Tom Loughlin, are fading after they disappeared from the beach nearby without trace on Sunday evening. See PA Story MISSING Children. Photo by Michael Stephens.
RM2D2XBC6–TV presenter Gaby Roslin with Bethany Garner, 8, from Teignmouth, one of the seven youngesters from around the UK who converged on BBC Television Centre today (Tuesday), for the final screen test to select the child who wins the Lyceum Theatre, London, 'Once in a lifetime opportunity' to join Terry Wogan and Gaby on the BBC Children in Need programme, on Friday, November 22.
RM2D2XP2D–Characters from the TV comedy series Dad's Army star in a COI film aimed at promoting pelican road crossing signals. Government information films offering unique glimpses into British history could soon be on show again, after a deal was struck aiming to exploit their commercial potential. Films in the COI library are on the move this month to a new home as part of a deal with London based Film Images. PA Photos. See PA Story SOCIAL Film
RM2D2YKXJ–Campaigning in Cardiff today (Thursday) (l/r) Jenny Sherwood, Marlene O'Brien and Dennis Hall, parents of the 'Cardiff Newsagent Three', Darren Hall, Ellis Sherwood and Michael O'Brien, who have been in jail for nearly 10 years since their conviction in July 1988 for the murder of Philip Saunders who died in hospital five days after being robbed in a brutal attack in the back yard of his home in the city. Campaigners demanded an end to delays in sending the case to the Court of Appeal. See PA Story LEGAL Newsagent.
RM2D2WNMW–Green Goddess fire engines in Liverpool today (Thursday) as fire men there stage a nine-hour strike over manning levels. The army engines, more than 40-years-old and so-called because of their green livery, are being manned by soldiers from the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers.
RM2D2XDMK–A worker guards the burned out Le Shuttle locomotive, concealed by a tarpaulin inside the Channel Tunnel Tuesday Nov.26, 1996. Eight persons were injured on Nov.18 when fire broke in a truck on a Shuttle freight train, closing the undersea tunnel. Delays in restarting traffic has sent Eurotunnels stocks plummeting, putting the operating company's debt restructuring deal in jeopardy. See PA Story FIRE Channel.
RM2D2Y0HK–Waiting passengers this morning (Wednesday) at Heathrow's Ternimal One. Photo Tim Ockenden /PA
RM2D2WNPB–DUB 4: DUBLIN: 16.02.95: Rival fans attack each other during last night's (Wednesday) Republic of Ireland v England match at Landsdowne Road in Dublin. See PA Story IRISH soccer. PA NEWS, Martin McCullough.
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