Ass191754 The Duke of Cambridge watches as his wife the Duchess of Cambridge dances with a costumed figure of Paddington bear on platform 1 at Paddington Station, London, as they attend the Charities Forum event, joining children from the charities they support and meeting the cast and crew from the forthcoming film Paddington 2. ... Charities Forum event - London ... 16-10-2017 ...
Ass191755 Nighttime view of border crossing. Bullet ridden welcome sign to Northern Ireland. The Republican Irish do not accept the term 'Northern' in Ireland, nor the term 'London' in Derry. Irish Republicans perceive Ireland as one country, and are strongly against Brexit. County Cavan, Northern Ireland 20th November 2018
Ass191776 A country divided. Waterloo Bonfire during a lull in their march through Lewes. On the left a man dressed in a uniform of death, harking to the ancient pre-christian english traditions of pagan druids, winter solstice, and halloween. On the right a man dressed in the uniform of the British army, with a pith helmet, representing military, might, the British empire and colonialism. Behind them the Waterloo bonfire guys and girls, their uniforms, red and white striped sweaters, white trousers and heavy boots.
Ass191778 Time for an ice cream at the annual Brighton leg of the World Naked Bike Ride .The mass ride takes place in over 50 cities around the world celebrating bikes, bodies, low-impact living and this year the role of cycling in female emancipation 100 years on from the women winning the vote in the UK - Brighton UK 10th June 2018
Ass191787 Participants carrying burning barrels of tar on their heads parade on New Year's Eve through Allendale England, Britain, 31 December 2018. Dating back to 1858, 45 barrel carriers called Guisers parade through the town balancing whisky barrels weighing 35 pounds filed with burning tar on their heads. The barrels are used to light a bonfire at midnight in the town centre while spectators and participants shout ' Bedamned to he who throws last'.
Ass191789 Police use tear gas on Protesters holding a placard with the letters "RIC" Referendum d'Initiatives Citoyennes (referendum based on popular initiative) as they gather at Place de l’ Opera during the 'yellow vests' demonstration on December 15, 2018 in Paris, France. The protesters gathered in Paris for a 5th weekend despite President Emmanuel Macron's recent attempts at policy concessions, such as a rise in the minimum wage and cancellation of new fuel taxes. The 'Yellow Vest' movement, which has attracted malcontents from across France's political spectrum, has shown little sign of slowing down.
Ass191796 Press photographers shelter from police and rioters on Champs Elysees. The French 'Gilets Jaunes' demonstrate a fourth day. Their movement was born against French President Macron's high fuel increases. They have been joined en mass by students and trade unionists unhappy with Macron's policies. December, 8th, 2018 Champs Elysees. Paris, France Nigel Dickinson Mobile 07756164033/+33612133170 email@example.com
Ass191797 Naked bathers enter the water as they take part in the North East Skinny Dip at Druridge bay on September 25, 2017 in Druridge, England. The popular annual event takes place around the autumn equinox at Druridge Bay as the sun rises. Participant registration fees have been pledged to the mental health charity MIND.
Ass191801 Sasha Vinnicombe, 13, prepares to enter the bracing waters of the English Channel. "Getting into the water for the first time was the most difficult. When I swam in the sea for the first time, in Majorca, I had a massive panic, and I’ve been scared of it ever since. Building up to my hour, every sea fear seemed to be re-entering my mind". Six girls aged 13 / 14, the Sea Gals became one of the youngest female relay teams to swim across the Channel on July 19th 2018, reaching France in 13 hours 23 minutes.
Ass191802 UK Weather: Rowers on the sea get a close up view of the Cardigan Bay dolphins as they cavort off the beach in Aberystwyth on a bright, warm and sunny Sunday morning as the UK wide heatwave continues [The two ladies are Jane Thompson (stroke) and Catherine Harvard, Aberdyfi Rowing Club.Former World coastal rowing Champions.[
Ass191809 Pic shows: Students, one girl in uniform, were handcuffed and arrested the taken away by police for blocking the buses Student climate change demo got angry stopping traffic for hours Many were climbing things and shouting "fuck Theresa May" Socialist workers were recruiting beneath the statue of Churchill that had been climbed by kids with placards
Ass191810 Donald Campbell's restored Bluebird in August 2018 on the Isle of Bute at Loch Fad where it was conducting trials. It was the first time it took to the water in more than 50 years since the fatal crash that killed Donald in 1967 when he was attempting to break his own water speed record of 276mph on Coniston Water
Ass191812 A tourist walks through the steaming fumaroles of the El Tatio geyser field in the Atacama desert, near San Pedro de Atacama in Chile October 10, 2017. At 30 square kilometers (12 square miles) El Tatio is the largest geyser field in the southern hemisphere and contains about 8% of all geysers in the world.
Ass191825 A cosplay fan dressed as an inflatable Tyrannosaurus Rex tries to wash his hands in the bathroom during the MCM London Comic Con. The convention, which occurs twice a year at the Excel Centre, sees thousands of cosplay and comic book fans as they flock to the conventions dressed as their favourite super-hero or villain characters.
Ass191826 Thaxted Essex England UK. 8 January 2019. Thatching the Ancient Almshouses in Thaxted north west Essex. Martin Potter from Sible Heddingham a 5th generation thatcher is seen replacing the Long Straw Thatched ridge on the roof of the Almshouse known as the Chantry built in the 17th century. Martin Potter is using a mixture of long straw from Yorkshire and Essex to complete the job which is expected to take a month to finish. John Webbs windmill can be seen in the background.
Ass191830 Mohammed bin Salman, Saudi Arabia's crown prince, arrives to meet Theresa May, U.K. prime minister, at number 10 Downing Street in London, U.K., on Wednesday, March 7, 2018. After the image was taken: Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman remains “the chief suspect” in the killing of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi, an adviser to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said, in February.
Ass191834 Construction workers in Doha, Qatar take a break and collect lunch from a feeding station in middle of day during Ramadan 2018. Often not allowed to eat or drink in public during this time, previously many have fallen ill with some fatalities. Procedures have changed to allow proper rest and nourishment during shifts.
Ass191835 The Skybolt 2 Research Rocket is successfully launched from Otterburn in Northumberland on September 11, 2017 in Hexham, England. Standing at over 8 meters tall the reusable, British made rocket is the UK's biggest ever rocket and will pave the way for manned tests of Starchaser's planned Space Tourism rocket. This test flight is in collaboration with the Science and Engineering Faculty of the University of Chester and will test vital electronic systems and the bespoke parachute recovery system. Other payloads include a science project from Sheffield Hallam University, commercial cargo, video cameras and a stuffed toy dog called Sam from Morecambe Bay Primary School. Starchaser Industries is a privately held, high technology group of companies that specialises in the development, operation and commercialisation of space related products and services.
Ass191836 George Orwell’s shadow points at the Shadow Health Secretary. The Andrew Marr Show at the BBC, Broadcasting House, London, Great Britain 27th May 2018 Jon Ashworth MP Shadow Health & Social Care Secretary Leaves the BBC after appearing on the Andrew Marr show - stopping briefly by the George Orwell statue created by the British sculptor Martin Jennings - the morning shadow causes George Orwell’s arm to point down at the Shadow minister.
Ass191840 Nehemiah Kish, Royal Ballet principal dancer, is transformed into 'The Creature' for the company's production of Frankenstein, which runs until this Saturday 23 March. After taking 2 days to produce the silicon mask, Make-up technicians Kate Warwick-Oliver and Joshua Horne take 2 hours to apply the prosthetic make-up to Nehemiah before this evening's performance. This is the first revival of Royal Ballet's production of Frankenstein, which premiered in 2016. Choreographed by Liam Scarlett the ballet is set to a new score by Lowell Liebermann with set and costume design by John MacFarlane, who has been nominated for an Olivier Award for his designs for the new Royal Ballet production of Swan Lake. The Royal Opera House, London. Photograph by David Levene.
Ass191847 The New London Theatre is officially renamed as The Gillian Lynne Theatre. The original home of the musical 'Cats' of which Gillian was the choreographer is the first theatre to be named after a non-royal woman. Brought onto the stage on a throne, Gillian posed with the hosts Andrew Lloyd Webber (who owns the theatre) and Cameron Mackintosh on 22 June 2018
Ass191849 A man looks out of the window as a small number of Donald Trump supporters gather outside the Barnes & Nobles bookstore on East 17th Street, Union Square in Manhattan on April 18, 2018 in New York City, USA. The Pro-Trump demonstrators rallied outside the bookstore to protest a book signing appearance by former FBI Director, James Comey.
Ass191851 A brown bear that had been held in a metal cage all his life at a restaurant owned by an ex-policeman in rural Armenia. After pressure from British charity International Animal Rescue he was freed by the Armenian fire brigade and taken to an IAR sanctuary two hours outside the capital Yerevan. While captive he was feed poor food and often left without water.
Ass191861 Salisbury Wiltshire England. 11 Dec 2018 From Darkness to Light inside Salisbury Cathedral in Wiltshire England. 'The Light' an instalation by Richard McLester hangs high above the nave and is seen here reflected in the Cathedral Font by William Pye. The 4 metre illuminated globe glows, flowing from one colour to another for Advent and through Christmas until February 2019.
Ass191866 A woman reacts as senior members of the Apostles Of Muchinjikwa Christian church baptise members during a mass Baptism (Jorodhani) on the beachfront on Southend-on- Sea, Britain. Members of the church, mostly originating from Zimbabwe descend on Southend-on-sea from all over the country, with some travelling from as far as Scotland joining members from London, Leeds and Leicester to take part in this annual ceremony, August 25, 2018.
Ass191867 Peace wall between Falls Road and Shankhill Estate Partition wall between the Republican Falls Road and Unionist Shankhill Estate areas, a legacy of the troubles in Northern Ireland. A hard border could return with Brexit, bringing with it sectarian violence and shredding up the Good Friday agreement Belfast, Northern Ireland 23rd Novemnber 2018
Ass191868 Prime Minister Theresa May arrives at the Hyatt Regency Hotel on the eve of the Conservative Party Conference on September 29, 2018 in Birmingham, England. The four-day annual Conservative Party Conference takes place at the International Convention Centre in Birmingham and is expected to attract thousands of delegates and features keynote speeches from party politicians and over 450 fringe events.
Ass191871 Portrait of Harry Thompson, who has Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA), a behaviour profile within the Autism Spectrum, and who has written a book entitled PDA Paradox, here photographed in the motorhome in which he lives, parked on the drive of his grandparents' house in Potters Bar, Hertfordshire. Picture date: Friday April 12, 2019.
Ass191881 This image taken by drone shows the summer solstice sun break through the stones at Stonehenge as observed by thousands of revellers on the longest day of the year. Stonehenge was built in three phases between about 3,000 B.C. and 1,600 B.C and its purpose remains under study. However, it’s known that if you stand in just the right place inside the Stonehenge monument on the day of the northern summer solstice, facing northeast through the entrance towards a rough-hewn stone outside the circle – known as the Heel Stone – you will see the sun rise above the stone. 21st June 2018….
Ass191886 Chinese tourists covering the changing of the colours at Tiananmen Square The well known square at Beijing's historic centre, with the Chairman Mao memorial hall, and entrance to the forbidden city nearby. For us, memories of the massacre at Tiananman square, for the Chinese a place to go and pay hommage to Chairman Mao. Beijing, China 20th May 2018
Ass191890 Pictured: Jeremy Corbyn signs a copy of Kerrang magazine issue which has its picture on its front cover. Sunday 01 July 2018 Re: Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn at the celebration for the 70 years since the National Health Service (NHS) was founded by Aneurin Bevan, Bedwellty Park, Tredegar, Wales, UK.
Ass191892 Saffron Walden Motor Show 12 August 2018 Lunch being taken by those exhibiting their classic and vintage cars. More than 500 classic and vintage cars, motor bikes were on display at the annual Saffron Walden Motor Show on Saffron Walden common. Money raised goes to the Arthur Rank Hospice and Riding for the disabled in nearby Radwinter.
Ass191894 Osama bin Laden‚Äôs mother, Alia Ghanem, photographed at her home in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia on 23rd June 2018 for The Guardian. For many years Alia and her family have remained publicly silent, throughout Osama bin Laden‚Äôs two-decade reign as al-Qaida leader, a period that included the devastating attacks in New York and Washington DC on September 11th 2001 and ended in 2011 with his death in Pakistan. The Guardian was able to arrange an interview and photographs with Alia Ghanem after months-long negotiations, both with the Bin Laden family and the House of Saud. Inside a spacious reception room at the family mansion and surrounded by framed photographs of her son, Ghanem describes Osama bin Laden as a man who is, to her, still a beloved son who somehow lost his way. To begin with she recalled her firstborn as a shy boy who was academically capable. He became a strong, driven, pious figure in his early 20s and then became radicalised, Ghanem says, while studying economics at King Abdulaziz University in Jeddah. ‚ÄúHe was a very good child until he met some people who pretty much brainwashed him in his early 20s. You can call it a cult.‚Äù Ahmad, a half-brother of Osama bin Laden who was also present in the room at the time of the interview/portraits, adds, ‚ÄúIt has been 17 years now [since 9/11] and she remains in denial about Osama. She loved him so much and refuses to blame him. Instead, she blames those around him. She only knows the good boy side, the side we all saw. She never got to know the jihadist side.‚Äù Some of the information in this caption has been sourced from the original Guardian article written by Martin Chulov, for which the portraits were commissioned to illustrate.
Ass191896 (Pictured: The Green Man for Spring (L) and revellers during the spectacular Imbolc festival, taking place Saturday 03/02/18 in the village of Marsden, West Yorkshire) A torch-lit procession was followed by a circus of fire in Marsden, West Yorkshire, to celebrate the time of year when then earth starts to awaken from its winter slumber. The night signifies the battle between Jack Frost and the Green Man for spring, which is acted out by characters for festival-goers.
Ass191900 Sharron Maasz and her dog Jack on the streets of Oxford in August 2018. Sharron was homeless for nearly ten years and planned to write a book documenting her experiences. "I just want to get my life sorted. I want to put a lid on all the chaos. I’ve always wanted to get clean, but it’s not as simple as that if you’ve got mental health issues and you’re living like this, being pushed from pillar to post." Sharron died of suspected drug related causes in January 2019 while living in intermediate housing .
Ass191903 Thousands of individual flames illuminate the moat of The Tower of London in an installation entitled 'Beyond the Deepening Shadow: The Tower Remembers'. This public act of remembrance for the lives of the fallen, honouring their sacrifice, will run for eight nights leading up to and including Centenary Armistice Day 2018. The evolving installation will unfold each evening over the course of four hours, with the Tower moat gradually illuminated by individual flames. A specially-commissioned sound installation 'a sonic exploration of the shifting tide of political alliances, friendship, love and loss in war' will be played. At the centre of the sound installation lies a new choral work, with words from war poet Mary Bordenís Sonnets to a Soldier.
Ass191909 A pro EU demonstrator campaigns outside the British Houses of Parliament in London, Britain, 25 March 2019. Reports state that Theresa May updated ministers on her Brexit strategy at a meeting of her cabinet earlier in the day which comes as the EU announced that its preparation for an no-deal scenario has been completed and the British Parliament is set to hold a series of indicative votes and amendments.
Ass191910 Pro-Brexit protesters gather outside the Houses of Parliament in central London on March 29, 2019 as MPs debate the EU Withdrawal Agreement for the third time. - MPs are set for a momentous third vote today on Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal, which could end a months-long political crisis or risk Britain crashing out of the EU in two weeks.
Ass191913 In the front row (L-R), children, Princess Charlotte of Cambridge, Savannah Phillips, Prince George of Cambridge and Isla Phillips chat on the balcony of Buckingham Palace as members of the Royal Family gather to watch a fly-past of aircraft by the Royal Air Force, in London on June 9, 2018. - The ceremony of Trooping the Colour is believed to have first been performed during the reign of King Charles II. In 1748, it was decided that the parade would be used to mark the official birthday of the Sovereign. More than 600 guardsmen and cavalry make up the parade, a celebration of the Sovereign's official birthday, although the Queen's actual birthday is on 21 April.
Ass191914 On an overcast but calm evening, huge flocks of tens of thousands of tiny starlings are blurs of wings and feathers, captured in an impressionistic long exposure photograph. The birds fly in from their daily feeding grounds before roosting for the night on every possible surface on the forest of cast iron legs underneath Aberystwyth�s Victorian seaside pier. Aberystwyth is one of the few urban roosts in the country and draws people from all over the UK to witness the spectacular nightly displays.
Ass191916 Dan Ralph, the Clavie King, removes staves from the burning Clavie in Burghead, Moray on January 11 2018. The 'Burning of the Clavie' is an ancient Scottish tradition and dates back to when the local town follwed the Julian calendar and marks the New Year. The clavie is made out of a whisky cask and burning staves are given to locals to bring them good luck for the year ahead.
Ass191917 A brown bear that had been held in a metal cage all his life at a restaurant owned by an ex-policeman in rural Armenia. After pressure from British charity International Animal Rescue he was freed by the Armenian fire brigade and taken to an IAR sanctuary two hours outside the capital Yerevan. While captive he was feed poor food and often left without water.
Ass191918 Family and friends of a rowing team watch as rowers carry their boat to the water on day one of the Henley Royal Regatta, set on the banks of the River Thames in Henley-on-Thames, England. Established in 1839, the five day international rowing event, raced over a course of 2,112 meters (1 mile 550 yards), is considered an important part of the English social season.
Ass191920 Dalal aged 8 years who along with her family has moved back to her devastated home in the Old City of west Mosul. Picture shows the damage to the Old City district of west Mosul where most of the fighting and destruction took place. Iraq's second largest city Mosul which will mark the 1st anniversary since ISIS were toppled from their control of the city.
Ass191924 The maze at Hever Castle basks in the late winter sunshine in this image taken by drone. Hever is set in glorious countryside 30 miles south of London and was the home to 2 of Henry VIII wives being first the family home Anne Boleyn (who was later beheaded) and later was passed by Henry to Anne of Cleves as part of her divorce settlement.
Ass191926 Will Hyde from Darlington relaxes as Chewbacca as he attends the Scarborough Sci-Fi event held at the seafront Spa Complex on April 21, 2018 in Scarborough, England. The North Yorkshire seaside town hosted the event for the fifth year and saw many areas of Sci-Fi fandom provided to entertain visitors including guest star appearances, gaming, cosplay, props, comic books and other merchandise stalls with many of those attending wearing costumes and outfits of their favourite Sci-Fi characters.
Ass191927 The Jury of Cannes Film Festival pose for photographers on the opening night. 71st Cannes Film Festival 2018 Palais Du Festival, Cannes, France L-R: Kristen Stewart (actress), Chang Chen (actor), Ava Duvernay (director), Villeneuve (director), Kate Blanchett (actress and President of the jury), Robert Guediguian (director), Khadja Nin (author), Andrey Zvyagintsev (director), Léa Seydoux (actress)
Ass191932 Pictured: Four men brave the freezing cold sea to skinny dip in Dunraven Bay, Wales, UK. Re: A Summer Solstice skinny dip swim, organised by local naturist group, the Nudie Dudies, has taken place in Dunraven Bay in south Wales, UK. Those taking part are encouraged to raise money for a charity close to their own hearts at the same time.
Ass191935 Police conduct a finger-tip search of a stream running through a park in the centre of Salisbury, Wiltshire, UK that has been cordoned off after a couple were poisoned with the nerve agent novichok. Queen Elizabeth Gardens, a popular public space, was closed after Dawn Sturgess and Charlie Rowley came into contact with novichok in early July. The gardens were closed because Sturgess and Rowley visited the park shortly before they fell ill. Detectives are working on the theory that the poisoning of the pair is connected to the nerve agent attack on the Russian former spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter, Yulia, in Salisbury in March.
Ass191938 Honar Qojo, 9, a Yazidi from Sinjar in northern Iraq sits in the tent in which his uncle's family now live near Duhok, Kurdistan, Iraq, on Feb 10, 2019. Honar, his mother and brother were kept by a Moroccan family after being kidnapped when ISIL invaded Sinjar in August 2014. An airstrike separated them and his brother is now at a refugee camp in Turkey. His mother, father, and two other brothers are still unaccounted for.
Ass191939 Members of the Eternal Sacred Order of Cherubim & Seraphim Church parade through the street to celebrate their annual Thanksgiving in Elephant and Castle, London, Britain, July 29, 2018. The church was founded by Moses Orimolade Tunolase in 1925 in Nigeria and is attended by worshippers of Nigerian descent who come from all over the country for services.
Ass191941 Meghan Markle walks down the aisle in St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle during her wedding to England's Prince Harry. The wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle was held on 19 May 2018 in St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle in the United Kingdom. The groom, Prince Harry, is a member of the British royal family. The bride, Meghan Markle, is an American and formeractress. On the morning of the wedding, Prince Harry's grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, conferred upon him the titles of Duke of Sussex, Earl of Dumbarton and Baron Kilkeel. On her marriage, Meghan Markle became Duchess of Sussex.
Ass191949 Protester comedian Simon Brodkin (R) gives a piece of paper written as a mock P45 (employee leaving form) to Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May (L) as she was delivering her speech on the final day of the Conservative Party annual conference at the Manchester Central Convention Centre in Manchester, northwest England, on October 4, 2017. - The protester interrupted the leader's speech to hand her a paper and then was escorted out of the auditorium.
Ass191952 Salisbury, UK. Police seen putting on protective suits and gas masks as they prepare to carry out further investigation work, in Salisbury. Former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia were taken ill following a suspected poisoning in the city. The couple where found unconscious on bench in Salisbury shopping centre. Specialist units have been called in to deal with any possible contamination.
Ass191956 WW1 reenactors at the The Staffordshire Regiment Museum . picture shows a British & German reenactor in separate trenches at the museum . taken as a double exposure on a 1916 Kodak vest pocket camera. the vast majority of images taken by troops in WW1 were shot on these tiny(roughly the size of a modern iPhone ) basic cameras . it can not be focused its set at ten feet has 3 shutter speeds and 5 aperture settings . owning a camera was illegal but many soldiers used them. as no press and hardly any official photographers were allowed in the front line , and all images heavily censored the pictures taken on these cameras by rank and files soldiers are our visual record of the conflict .
Ass191960 Lucy Sims, 13, swims away from Dover. Six girls aged 13 / 14, the Sea Gals became one of the youngest female relay teams to swim across the English Channel on July 19th 2018, reaching France in 13 hours 23 minutes. Lucy entered the bracing waters at Samphire Beach just after 4am, and by sunrise was leaving the white cliffs in the distance behind.
Ass191961 Behind the scenes at Rootstein Display Mannequins, based in south west London. At this London studio mannequins have make-up and wigs applied according to the clients needs. Mannequins are also sent here for repairs which can mean anything from resprays and make-up updates to full-scale overhauls and replacing broken parts. Picture date: Tuesday January 22, 2019.
Ass191964 A war veteran patiently stands still as he waits for passengers to disembark the Northern Line tube train at Embankment station on the anniversary of VJ Day. While the war in Europe ended in early May 1945 it continued in the Far East. The Japanese finally surrendered on 14 August 1945 following the dropping of the atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The next day, Wednesday 15 August 1945 was celebrated as VJ (Victory over Japan) Day. Embankment tube station on the southbound Northern Line platform.
Ass191966 All Saints church in Haggerston, east London, plays host to the annual memorial to the English clown Joseph Grimaldi (1778-1837), widely recognised as the king of clowns, whose act combined rascal and simpleton, criminal and innocent fool – a character style copied by many. Sunday 3rd February 2019. A line of Photographers shoot a family of clowns
Ass191971 PHOTO DISPATCH. York Hall, East London.EVE Wrestling presents EUROPE‚ÄôS BIGGEST EVER ALL WOMEN‚ÄöPRO WRESTLING SHOW: WRESTLE QUEENDOM.Pic Shows Charlie Morgan leaping into the crowd during ‚ÄöThe Main Event Empress‚Äö Sammii Jayne vs The ACE of EVE, ‚Äöfearless‚ÄöCharlie Morgan. which saw Charlie Morgan becoming Champion
Ass191980 The funeral procession leaves the church, through the streets of Cambridge, surrounded by mourners and members of the public. The funeral of Stephen Hawking at Church of St Mary the Great in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire. Professor Hawking, who was famous for ground-breaking work on singularities and black hole mechanics, suffered from motor neurone disease from the age of 21. He died at his Cambridge home in the morning of 14 March 2018, at the age of 76.
Ass191990 The room is dank, poverty hangs in the air as Beatha Nikuzwe, 19 years, a single mother breast feeds her daughter Divine, 2 years on the solitary bench. The light is dim from the single window in the room, a torrential rain storm rages outside. “I was irresponsible and became pregnant at 16, forced to leave school. The father told me to abort, I didn’t. My dream to study medicine evaporated. I work as a domestic to survive. When I was young I had very high hopes of who I would be, now I face the harsh reality of motherhood and the responsibilities of raising a child. In my counselling with the charity Hope For Rwanda, I have learned how to manage my circumstances and live positively rather than wallowing in self-pity.” From a feature: Out of the Shadows, shamed teen mums.
Ass191995 UK Weather: As the sun sets over Cardigan Bay on a bitterly cold and clear February evening in Aberystwyth, people standing on the end of the pier are surrounded by tens of thousands of tiny starlings as they come swooping in from their feeding grounds in the fields and farms to roost for the night on the forest of cast iron girders and beams underneath the Victorian era seaside attraction One of only a few urban roosts in the UK, Aberystwyth pier offers birdwatchers an unique opportunity to get �up close� to these birds, which, although plentiful in Aberystwyth , are on the RSPB�s �red list� of endangered creatures
Ass191997 British Prime Minister Theresa May (left) greets with President of the European Union Donald Tusk (right) ahead of a meeting in Downing Street in London, Britain, 26 September 2017. The meeting comes ahead of talks between the EU and UK representatives to discuss Britain's exit from the European Union.