Ass192005 Alexander Nix, CEO of the London-based political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica leaves his offices through the back door in London, Britain, 20 March 2018. Britain's Information Commissioner Elizabeth Denham has applied for a warrant to search the offices of Cambridge Analytica, which is accused of using the personal data of 50 million Facebook members for its own campaigns during the US presidential elections in 2016 and Brexit referendum. Britain, 20 March 2018.
Ass192011 A member of the emergency services wearing a protective suit works at the London Road Cemetery in Salisbury, southern England, on March 10, 2018, where the wife and son of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal are buried. - British soldiers were deployed on Friday to help a counter-terrorism investigation into a nerve agent attack on former Russian spy Sergei Skripal, as speculation mounted over how London could retaliate if the Russian state is found to be responsible. Skripal and his daughter Yulia remain unconscious in a critical but stable condition following the March 4 attack in the sleepy south-western English city of Salisbury.
Ass192015 12/10/18 THE ONLY PEACE AND QUIET PUPIL ANIFA IBRAHM (11) GETS IN HER CLASS OF 60-70 CLASSMATES, AT THE SCHOOL IN GUU VILLAGE, IS WHEN SHE GETS DETENTION FOR NOT LEARNING QUICK ENOUGH !!!! SHE LIVES IN A VILLAGE AFFECTED BY THE SADA MILLENNIUM VILLAGE PROJECT, NEAR TAMALE IN NORTHERN GHANA.
Ass192018 A male orangutan walks through the jungle at Sepilok orangutan rehabilitation centre at Sepilok in the state of Sabah, Borneo on 25 March, 2019. Borneo elephants walk through an oil palm plantation and eat the trunks of felled old oil palm trees at Sabah Softwoods in Sabah, Borneo on 28 March, 2019. Home to the oldest jungles in the world, Malaysia and Indonesia produce 85-90% of world's oil palm. Its crop yield is at least 4 times more productive than other vegetable oil crop. The planting of oil palm has led to enormous levels of deforestation which in turn has resulted in species decline, including oraguntans. In the Malaysian state of Sabah, the government has now committed to no further deforestation and to totally protect 30% of its area by 2025.They have also made it a legal requirement for all oil palm producers to be nationally certified by the end of 2019. WWF is supporting local initiatives with replanting to create wildlife corridors linking existing forests which will allow species to move more freely.
Ass192024 Selfridges, at the Bullring in Birmingham, is lit green by Tourism Ireland to celebrate St Patrick's Day. This year celebrates the 10th year of Tourism Ireland’s ‘Global Greenings’ initiative and to mark this momentous milestone 32 monuments have been illuminated green across Great Britain.
Ass192029 Headmaster Ibrahim Shaik Ismail and some of his school children in Raqqa catching up on studies in the playground of their school, adjacent to a building used by ISIS for Yazidi women prisoners and subsequently destroyed during the time the Syrian City was the capital of the Islamic State caliphate.
Ass192030 Syrian refugee Eid Aljazairli could not swim when he arrived in Britain in 2016, after a long and terrifying journey to the UK, crossing the Mediterranean on a small and barely seaworthy boat. Now Eid spends four hours every day in the swimming pool, and is hoping to qualify for the refugee team at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. Despite embracing his new life in England, Eid's thoughts are always with his family, still at home in Syria.
Ass192032 Chelsea Pensioner Charmaine Coleman competes during the World Conker Championships held at Southwick near Oundle, Northamptonshire. Organised by Ashton Conker Club, the competition has taken place yearly since 1965. Those taking part do battle to be crowned conker King or Queen whilst raising money to support charities for the visually impaired.
Ass192034 London four-piece band 'The Big Moon' photographed at Koko, London, UK. Members of the band: Juliette Jackson, 28 (singer), Soph Nathann, 24 (guitar), Celia Archer, 27 (bass), Fern Ford, 27 (drummer) The Big Moon is a London four-piece band formed in 2014 by Juliette Jackson. Their debut album, Love in the 4th Dimension, was released on 6 April 2017, containing a number of singles previously released on their EP, The Road. The band is signed to Fiction Records and have toured internationally.
Ass192036 Khudida Haji, 51, a Yazidi from Sinjar, stands with his 12-year-old daughter Martine, who was previously enslaved by ISIL, on the rooftop of his brother's house near Duhok, on February 10, 2019. Khudida's wife, two daughters and son are still missing. Martine was returned home last year after the family she was being held by fled to Kurdish territory.
Ass192037 A woman gestures from a car window as police watch the funeral procession of burglar Henry Vincent leave Swanley to head to a service in St Mary Cray, Bromley, London. Henry Vincent, who is part of a traveller community in the south east London, died during an attempted burglary of the home of pensioner Richard Osborn-Brook in Hither Green.
Ass192039 The Chinese New Year is celebrated in Manchester today (Sunday 10th Feb 2019). The annual dragon parade from took place from Albert Square to Chinatown for the Chinese year of the pig. Dancers and musicians joined two large dragons as the parade made it's way through huge crowds in the city centre. A young dancer prepares with friends ahead of the parade.
Ass192040 London's Air Ambulance team inspect the area underneath a train at a London Underground station, after responding to a call of a person under the train. Shortly afterwards a man was brought up from underneath the tube train onto the platform where the doctor and paramedic, with the support of local ambulance service personnel, carried out various procedures in an attempt to save his life. This January marked the 30th anniversary since operations began for London‚Äôs Air Ambulance services. London‚Äôs Air Ambulance is a service dedicated to seriously injured patients and which carries a specially trained doctor and paramedic either by helicopter or rapid-response car to the scene of the most serious incidents, including falls from height, industrial accidents, burns, stabbings, shootings, serious road traffic accidents and people who have fallen under trains. 6 doctors who are at least 8-10 years post-graduation are seconded for 6 months at a time to work with London‚Äôs Air Ambulance. They are usually front-line focused and are all of a specialist Registrar standard. The doctors are supported by 6 paramedics who serve 9 month postings, each of whom has to have had a minimum of 5 years experience in front-line services. Contrary to popular assumption, London‚Äôs Air Ambulance is a registered charity that relies heavily on public donations. London.
Ass192041 Conservative Member of Parliament Jacob Rees-Mogg (L) and former UKIP Leader Nigel Farage (R) wait to speak at a 'Leave Means Leave Rally' in Central London, Britain, 14 December 2018. The campaign group Leave Means Leave is calling for changes to British Prime Minister Theresa May's negotiations on the United Kingdom leaving the European Union. Supporters of the campaign group are calling for No Deal on Brexit.
Ass192042 London's Metropolitan police statistics for 2018, show that knife crime has surged by 16 per cent in the capital, as Britain's crime epidemic continues. Flowers wilt away as do the lives of many youngsters involved in violent knife crimes across the capital. A shrine and flower memorial to commemorate the site where father-of-two Marcel Campbell (who lived in Tottenham), 20, was stabbed to death, in broad daylight. Upper Street, Islington. Knife Crime Violence In London, UK. May
Ass192043 Hannah Jackson, known as the 'Red Shepherdess' who has no farming background but moved to Cumbria to start working as a sheep farmer. She has quickly established herself as one of Britain's best young farmers and been praised as ‘the new face of farming’. She’s also currently starring in Channel 4’s SAS: Who Dares Wins - it is the first time the series has been open to female contestants
Ass192049 The Grenadier Guards Band walk along Millennium Bridge to the south side of the Thames river after taking part in the press launch for Fantastic Beasts; Wizarding World Wands, an installation at the foot of London's Millennium Bridge that displays nine 15 wands, each of the 9 wands from JK Rowling's 'Wizarding World'. London 18 October 2018
Ass192052 British lawyer and Boris Johnson's wife, Marina Wheeler (L) helps as Britain's Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson (C) boards a row boat with Czech Republic's Deputy Foreign Minister Ivo Sramek (R) on a boating lake in the grounds of the British foreign secretary's official residence Chevening House, in southern England on October 15, 2017 before attending a lunch meeting with other European foreign ministers. - Boris Johnson held talks with European foreign ministers to discuss shared challenges and European security.
Ass192056 Finishing touches are applied to a statue of Millicent Fawcett, the first female statue soon to be unveiled in Parliament Square, at the AB Foundry Poplar, East London. The Millicent Fawcett statue, designed by Gillian Wearing using state-of-the-art 3D printing technologies with traditional casting process, will be the first statue of a woman in Parliament Square, and was commissioned by the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, as one of his first actions as Mayor, following a campaign by Caroline Criado-Perez. London.
Ass192061 Boxing hot prospect Mikael Lawal training in Stonebridge boxing gym, Wembley. The gym is an active fighter against crime and obesity in the local area keeping kids off the streets and off their PS4s. The gym is reminiscent of the iconic Kronk Gym in detroit, with the windows shut and the heating on full blast, the air is with thick with sweat. Unfortunately last year the club was on the brink of closure due to financial difficulties, but through the help of the local community and boxers such as Amir Khan and Audley Harrison, it was brought back to life and is now once again a flourishing gym helping the community. 2019.
Ass192063 Porthcawl, County Borough of Bridgend, Wales, UK. 23rd September 2017. Pictured: Winners and losers: Elvis impersonator finalists wait on stage at the Porthcawl Grand Pavilion as the judges announce the winner of the 2017 Elvies competition. / In the 40th year since his death, thousands of Elvis fans descend on the Welsh seaside town of Porthcawl for a celebration of The King. Taking place over the weekend the event consists of hundreds of shows across 20+ venues. The main event The Elvies is, according to organisers, the world's leading award show for Elvis tribute artists and is held in the magnificent Grand Pavilion.
Ass192071 Mourners gather at the graveside at the burial of traveller 'Queenie, Elizabeth Doherty at Kensal Green Cemetery in west London, following a funeral service in Cobham, Surrey. Elizabeth Doherty, whose son Paddy Doherty is known for appearing on My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding and winning Celebrity Big Brother 8, died of a heart attack earlier this month. Paddy Doherty claimed his mother has died of a 'broken heart' following the death of her husband almost a year ago.
Ass192073 The 'Trump Baby' blimp, a six meter-high helium-filled effigy of U.S. President Donald Trump, lifts off from Parliament Square in London, U.K., on Friday, July 13, 2018. Trump dealt a double blow to U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May, saying her plans for a soft Brexit would likely end hopes of a trade deal with the U.S. and that Boris Johnson, who quit her cabinet this week, would be a "great" leader.
Ass192074 Ors France, 100th anniversary of the death of poet Wilfred Owen who was killed in a battle at the Canal de la Sambre a l'Oise in the morning of the 4th November one week before the Armistice. Pic Shows Heather Madeira playing The Last Post on A bugle owned by Wilfred Owen taken from a dead German soldier in the war being played at Dawn at the canal where he was killed
Ass192079 Whistleblowers: Osita Mba. Former HMRC solicitor Mba exposed a "sweetheart deal" between HMRC and Goldman Sachs, alleging that HMRC's most senior tax official had let the investment banking firm off paying at least £20m in interest. In an action widely condemned by MPs, HMRC then used the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act to search through the phone records and emails of both Mba and his wife.
Ass192091 Korean Veteran's Project Arthur Moulder 84yrs, BCoy Royal Fusileers, photographed at his home in Byfleet . “One or two blokes I knew suffered a bit afterwards because they came straight home ( being National Service) , but I was lucky I never . I had the Coronation, lived in the Tower of London, then went to Egypt and Sudan, so all that . The only thing is I regret not finding Cpl Williams, I think about it regularly it doesn't go away ."
Ass192098 Nigel Farage MEP jumps over a puddle as he leads off on the first leg of the March to Leave demonstration on March 16, 2019 in Sunderland, England. The first leg between Sunderland and Hartlepool marks the start of a 14 stage journey with those marching expecting to arrive in London on March 29, the original date for the UK to leave the European Union. The march is organised by the Leave means Leave protest group and gives supporters an opportunity to demonstrate their discontent with the way they see Brexit has been handled.
Ass192100 Fanette Umuhoza, 17 lovingly holds her baby Beyonce, 2 months. She is an attentive mother; fortunately supported by her sympathetic grandmother. Her mother abandoned her when she learned of the pregnancy bringing shame to the family. Unusually, the father of the child hasn’t run off and provides small money to assist in the child care. Fanette hopes that someday she will be able to have a job, earn money so she can move in with her boyfriend. The charity Hope for Rwanda has provided counselling on parenting and importantly a one year health insurance programme for the baby which she has benefited from.
Ass192105 Football World Cup 2018. "It's coming home''. England's football fans gripped with euphoria of a first semi-final appearance in 28 years and only the third in English history. Pictured two workers from Wight's shipyard stand in front of the World�s largest St George Cross freshly painted over the Union Flag to show support to England in their World Cup ambitions, at Venture Quays on the Isle of Wight.
Ass192106 A burned out car is removed from the fire-damaged multi-storey car park near the Echo Arena in Liverpool, north west England on November 22, 2018, as work begins on removing any un-damaged vehicles before demolition of the car park can be completed. - A fire on New Year's Eve 2017, destroyed the car park and approximately 1,400 vehicles at the Waterfront in Liverpool.
Ass192107 Dominic Raab, U.K. exiting the (then) European Union secretary, wipes his brow as he delivers a speech in London, U.K., on Thursday, Aug. 23, 2018. The U.K. will signal that it wants life to continue as normal in the event of a "No Deal" Brexit, in the face of warnings that aircraft might be grounded and hospitals run short of medicine.
Ass192109 Meghan Markle and Prince Harry kiss on the steps of St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle following their wedding. 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.
Ass192111 Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex is greeted by staff and wellwishers as he leaves The Institute of Translational Medicine at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, on March 04, 2019 in Birmingham, England. During the Prince's tour he viewed The Scar Free Foundation Centre for Conflict Wound Research based at the hospital. The foundation aims to minimise the psychological and physical impact of scarring among armed forces personnel injured in service and civilians wounded in terrorist attacks.
Ass192113 Convicted rapist John Worboys is taken from a prison van to the High Court in London where two of his victims are due to challenge the decision to release him from prison. London Mayor Sadiq Khan will also urge Sir Brian Leveson and Mr Justice Garnham to allow judicial review action against the Parole Board.
Ass192116 Jay walking offence filmed at pedestrian crossing Pedestrians who jay walk, who cross a red light, will be fined 20 yuan after three offences. They are named and shamed on the screen immediately after the offence. An image of their face and name appears of the video screen for all to see. This is part of a new software control system with face recognition cameras installed at traffic lights. Offences and misdemeanours such as these will contribute to a citizen's social credit rating. They lose points for a traffic ticket but gain points for an "exemplary city level heroic act". A poor social credit score can lead to bans from travel, bans from certain schools, luxury hotels, government positions and even dating apps. Beijing, China 16th May 2018
Ass192120 A placard of Jo Cox, the Labour MP murdered in her constituency by a far-right terrorist, shortly before the EU referendum in 2016, is aptly seen by the statue dedicated to the memory of Dame Millicent Garrett Fawcett GBE (British intellectual, political leader, activist, and writer) holds a sign, "Courage Calls Courage Everywhere". A poignant message perhaps for those leading the country.. Put It To The People March. Official figures put the numbers at the anti Brexit march at over one million. The demonstration, marched in central London calling for another EU referendum. The demo ends in Parliament Square. London, UK. March 23, 2019.
Ass192131 A girl wearing Union flag face paint, also know as the Union Jack, kisses a boy wearing European Union (EU) flag face paint during the anti-Brexit People's Vote rally in London, U.K., on Saturday, March 23, 2019. The campaign to give U.K. citizens a vote on U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal, twice defeated by Parliament, holds the rally after European Union leaders gave May an extra two weeks to work out what to do.
Ass192141 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.
Ass192145 Actor James Norton opens up about living with Type 1 diabetes at the fourth annual Talking About Diabetes (TAD) event held at The Royal College of Physicians in London. TAD aims to bring together individuals who have inspirational stories to share in the context of living with diabetes. James was diagnosed with Type 1 at the age of 22.
Ass192148 (L-R) England's midfielder Jesse Lingard, forward Raheem Sterling, forward Harry Kane, midfielder Fabian Delph, defender Kyle Walker, midfielder Eric Dier, defender Gary Cahill and midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek take part in a training session in Repino on June 27, 2018 during the Russia 2018 World Cup football tournament.
Ass192150 “My greatest challenge is managing the response when people learn I am HIV positive. I had a teacher who I told of my status so she would understand if I was not well or late to school it was because I was having a problem of taking the pills. She told my boyfriend who was furious and beat me. Like so many other children like me, I was only 9 when I tested positively. I was the only sibling positive as the others had a diferent mother.In the beginnning they taunted me, they would not sit next to me at dinner,I felt horrible. Now in the EJAF programme I have learned how to manage stigma.
Ass192151 Local villagers in the Ganderbal district of the Kashmir Valley in northern India tie supplies to a work-horse before making the long and arduous journey down the valley back to their village of Naranag on 21st of August 2018. Horses are commonly used to carry supplies such as food and gasoline up to the more remote houses of the valley using horses.
Ass192152 “My dreams ended after I was raped, became pregnant, and forced to leave school. Without an education there is no hope for employment. My greatest challenge is combating hunger as there is no money for food.” Speciose Yamfashije breast feeds her daughter Solange, 8 months in a dank mud clad room, devoid of amenities, shared with her siblings and two goats. It is mid-day but little light filters through the window. The rain was relentless as the family huddled together to be dry with lashes of water dripping down from the broken ceiling. From a feature ‘Out of the Shadows’ shamed teen mums.
Ass192156 Doves are released by family and friends of victims following a service held at St Helen's Church in North Kensington on the one year anniversary of the Grenfell Tower fire. The Grenfell Tower block caught fire on the night of June 14, 2017 after a small fire in one of the flats spread rapidly up the outside of the 24 floor tower block. 72 people were killed resulting in a public inquiry.
Ass192158 In this simple mud-built house, the walls and decor are a tabernacle to the Christian faith. Sophia Uwamahoro 17 huddles close to her mother with her baby Rachel 6 months. There are no amenities, their existence is harsh, they survive on the meagre wages earned farming. like most of the citizens in this poverty ridden village. Sophia became pregnant when she was 16. The boy’s family refused to assist. Her mother was angered by their response and reported him to the police. Since she was a minor, he was sentenced to ten years in prison where he is serving his term. Abandonment of his responsibilities ended in a disastrous result. The law is harsh for men who exploit under age girls in Rwanda with up to 25 years jail sentences. From a feature ‘Out of the Shadows - shamed teen mums.
Ass192161 Armistice Day in Manchester. Today (Sunday 11 November) marks 100 years since the end of the First World War. At 6 a.m. a lone piper played the traditional Scottish lament, Battle O'er, outside Manchester Cathedral to herald the start of commemorations. Shortly after playing , piper Neil Macdonald is pictured reflecting while looking at a poppy cross made by Helen Banping ,head flower arranger. Neil had joined around 1,000 other pipers across the UK and around the world playing at 6.00 a.m.
Ass192172 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.
Ass192176 Thaxted Morris Weekend 2-3 June 2018 Thaxted Morris and Country Dancing in Margaret Street Gardens after the main weekend dancing had finished. Brothers Matt Simons and Ollie Simons-seen here in the air- from the Cambridge Morris Side dance high kicks in the traditional 'Princess Royal from Bampton' music.
Ass192189 Sasha Vinnicombe, 13, seen warming up after the first of her two hour-long swims in the English Channel. "Getting into the water for the first time was the most difficult point. 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".
Ass192191 Hailing from New York City, the all-male comedy ballet company Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo, affectionately know as The Trocks, have arrived in London for the start of their Dance Consortium presented UK and Ireland 2018 Tour opening at The Peacock theatre Press photocall 10th September 2018 ëMore tea? The New York based all-male comedy ballet company Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo, aka The Trocks, enjoy afternoon tea at The Strand Palace Hotel Gin Palace Bar ahead of their Dance Consortium presented UK and Ireland Tour 2018 kicking off at Londonís The Peacock theatreí
Ass192192 John Byrne giant pop-up book revealed Pictured: John Byrne and the pop-up book. V&A Dundee will display a theatre set in the form of a giant pop-up book, designed and painted by Scottish artist John Byrne, in the new museum when it opens on Saturday 15 September. Made in 1973, the book was the original stage set for The Cheviot, the Stag and the Black, Black Oil, John McGrath’s influential play about the history and exploitation of the Highlands.
Ass192198 The ball is thrown out of a first floor window of Barclays Bank into the waiting crowd. / Hundreds of people of all ages flood into the Warwickshire town of Atherstone to either participate or watch the 820th Atherstone Ball Game. The Atherstone Ball Game is an ancient Shrove Tuesday tradition in which the people of this rural North Warwickshire town awaken and literally brawl over a large ball up and down the town's small ancient streets. Shops are boarded up, local schools are closed and town people of Atherstone gather in the main street at 3pm with only one rule in mind, the ball cannot be taken outside the town. Anything and everything else goes. The winner in this no holds barred contest is the person holding onto the ball at 5pm. This traditional Shrove Tuesday Ball Game has been held annually since the early 12th Century and is one of Atherstone's claims to fame. The origin of the game, in the reign of King John, is thought to have been a "Match of Gold that was played between the Warwickshire Lads and the Leicestershire Lads on Shrove Tuesday".
Ass192199 Olivia Callender, 27, the mother of a 14-month-old girl (C) who was shot and killed, is overcome by grief during a candlelight vigil for victims of a Brooklyn murder-suicide held near the scene in Brownsville, Brooklyn on March 14, 2018 in New York City, USA. Her ex-partner and child's father, Terrance Briggs, 27, who sources said was a Bloods gang member, carried out the quadruple murder-suicide inside a fourth-floor apartment at Riverdale Osborne Towers in Brownsville.
Ass192203 The Duchess of Cornwall meets Ollie the Donkey and Harry the Mini Shetland Pony at a charity event at the Guards Chapel . The Duchess of Cornwall attended a Carol Service for the animal welfare charity Brooke Action for Working Horses and Donkeys at the Guards chapel in Westminster today . London 12 December 2018
Ass192207 Migrants try to board a truck at Ouistreham ferry port in the hope of reaching the UK on September 12, 2018 in Ouistreham, France. After the clamp down at Calais many young migrants are seeking out new routes to the United Kingdom as stowaways on vehicles making the channel crossing by ferry from French ports. The migrants, of mostly African origin, camp out on the roadside and woodland areas as the authorities prevent the setting up of any camps.
Ass192215 Jeremy Corbyn MP Leader of the Labour Party Visits Finsbury Park Mosque, Finsbury Park, London, Great Britain 3rd March 2019 A young member of the Mosque waits outside for jeremy Corbyn to arrive holding a single rose that she later gives to the Labour leader. Jeremy Corbyn attended Finsbury Park Mosque for National Visit My Mosque Day
Ass192220 London’s New Year’s Eve fireworks celebrate the capital’s relationship with Europe, from the RAF Memorial on the Embankment looking across the River Thames towards the London Eye., London, Great Britain 31st December 2018 London’s world-famous New Year’s Eve fireworks will tonight welcome in 2019 with a celebration of the capital’s relationship with Europe and soundtrack inspired by the continent. As part of the Mayor’s #LondonIsOpen campaign, the fireworks will show the world that London is proud to be a global, European city and send a message of support to the more than one million European citizens living in London. The spectacular display, organised by the Mayor of London brings together more than 100,000 spectators. The show is the largest annual firework display in Europe, will include eight tonnes of fireworks connected to 5,000 firing circuits across 348 firing locations on barges, pontoons and the Coca-Cola London Eye. The celebration was started by the strikes of Big Ben, which has remained silent during the year while undergoing renovation works.
Ass192222 Orphaned child labourer Tiyamike Phiri, 14 at work on a tobacco farm in Kasungu district, Malawi. 18/1/18. ‚ÄúI left school last year because I had no school materials,‚Äù said Tiyamike. ‚ÄúI liked school. I got very good grades. But my main problem was I had no exercise books and nothing to write with.‚Äù She lives with her older brother and his wife and baby and they have nothing. ‚ÄúI help them in the fields,‚Äù she said. She would go back to school if she could. ‚ÄúI would like to do nursing,‚Äù. Instead, she weeds, builds earth banks for the tobacco plants and sews the harvested leaves together to suspend them from branches so they dry in the air.
Ass192225 03/05/2018 PICTURE OF MOTHER PAULINE ANEK WITH HER CHILDREN ROBIN LUBANGA 5, IVAN ALORA 9 AND DAUGHTER MANENO SIAMMA 1 WITH A MONTHS SUPPLY OF FOOD SUPPLIED BY AID AGENCIES, THE SETTLEMENT IS IN THE BIDI BIDI AREA OF NORTHERN UGANDA. TAKEN TO ILLUSTRATE A STORY ABOUT THE WASTE ,AND CORRUPTION SURROUNDING FOREIGN AID.
Ass192228 Racegoers react as they watch the horse race during the King's Stand Stakes race on day one of the Royal Ascot horse racing meet, in Ascot, west of London, on June 19, 2018. - The five-day meeting is one of the highlights of the horse racing calendar. Horse racing has been held at the famous Berkshire course since 1711 and tradition is a hallmark of the meeting. Top hats and tails remain compulsory in parts of the course while a daily procession of horse-drawn carriages brings the Queen to the course.
Ass192229 The Ayrton light shines in Queen Elizabeth Tower, commonly known as Big Ben, marking that the House of Commons is sitting late into the night as Members of Parliament vote on the EU Withdrawal Bill on September 11, 2017 in London, England. The EU Withdrawal Bill, which will end the supremacy of European Union law in the UK, has been debated in the House of Commons. Members of Parliament voted late into the night with a 36 majority for the EU withdrawel bill.
Ass192231 Portrait of actors Charles Collingwood and Judy Bennett, who have been married for 42 years, and who play Brian and Shula in long-running BBC radio 4 drama series The Archers, photographed in the Summerhouse at their home near Waterlooville in Hampshire. Picture date: Friday September 14, 2018.
Ass192236 Boris Johnson MP cycling through Westminster past anti-Brexit placards. Yesterday evening British Prime Minister Theresa May made a statement in Downing Street offering to go into talks with Leader of the Labour Party Jeremy Corbyn, following the announcement of a request for an extension to article 50, thereby delaying Britain leaving the European Union.
Ass192248 Summaiya Uddin, a pupil at the Co-operative Academy of Leeds where pupils are handed spoons ahead of the summer holidays when 80 percent of overseas forced marriages of British youngsters take place. If a youngster thinks they might be being taken abroad to be married they are encouraged to put a spoon in their underwear, the concealed spoon then sets off the metal detector at the airport in Britain meaning staff can step in & give the young person a last chance to escape a marriage to someone they have never met in a foreign country. The spoon trick is the brainchild of the Karma Nirvana charity, which supports victims and survivors of forced marriage and honour-based abuse