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Members of the public look inside Ikea’s ‘The Dining Club’ pop up restaurant, cafe and shop in Shoreditch in London, England. The Scandinavian furniture company has opened a ‘pop-up’ ‘do-it-yourself restaurant, cafe and store.
Visitor Assistant Jonty Stern poses in The Picture Room of The Sir John Soanes Museum in London, England. The museum has recently undergone a seven year, £7million restoration with new areas opened to the public for the first time
Bank of England governor Mark Carney tests a new polymer five pound note as he buys lunch at Whitecross Street Market in London today
Dancers leave St Nicholas Church before the Abbots Bromley Horn Dance in Abbots Bromley
The gloved hands of new recruits taking part in the Metropolitan Police Service’s first passing-out parade on the redeveloped grounds at the Peel Centre in Hendon, north London
Frankie Dettori celebrates after riding Ardad to victory in the Pepsi Max Flying Childers Stakes during day three of the 2016 Ladbrokes St Leger Festival at Doncaster Racecourse, Doncaster
British artist Athony Gormley poses for a photograph next to his artwork entitled ‘Object, 199′, a life-size cast-iron sculpture cast from the artist’s body and hung from the ceiling of the National Portrait Gallery in London, England
A tethered hot air balloon flies over the ancient neolithic monument of Stonehenge near Amesbury in Wiltshire, England. To mark the 30th anniversary of Stonehenge becoming a World Heritage Site.
A fiery sky over St Mary’s Lighthouse near Whitley Bay, Tyne and Wear, as warm weather is forecast for the week in England
British Prime Minister Theresa May holds a cabinet meeting at the Prime Minister’s country retreat Chequers to discuss department-by-department Brexit action plans on in Ellesborough, England.
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Cyclists take part in the annual ‘Ride the Lights’ event on Blackpool promenade
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Workers lift a steeple into place as part of finishing touches to a 120 metre long wooden sculpture of 17th century London’s skyline on the River Thames ahead of it being burnt this Sunday
Boarding is erected in front of residential properties ahead of the annual Notting Hill Carnival in London, England. Many shops, businesses and residential properties are boarded up to prevent damage during the Notting Hill Carnival. More than one million people are expected to enjoy this year’s carnival. It is the largest street festival in Europe and was first held in 1964 by the Afro-Caribbean community. Over the bank holiday weekend the streets come alive to steel bands, colourful floats and costumed performers as members of the public flood into the area to join in the celebrations.
An activist protests wears a mask outside the French embassy during, the “wear what you want beach party” in London. The protest is against the French authorities clampdown on Muslim women wearing burkinis on the beach
Uniformed firemen and women line up at the top of The Monument in London, England. The event was to commemorate 350 years since theof London in 1666, and 150 years of the London Fire Brigade
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Team GB athletes and members of the women’s gold medal winning hockey team leave the aeroplane after arriving home at Heathrow Airport in London, England
Alistair Brownlee of Great Britain wins the Triathlon at the 2016 Olympics at Fort Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Yeong-min Lee and Jeong-Seok Mun, two of the chaplinesque magicians from The Tricksters explore the inside of a perspective room at Edinburgh’s Camera Obscura and World of Illusions during the Edinburgh Festival
A man takes his seat as preparations are made for the maiden flight of the Airlander 10, the largest aircraft in the world, at Cardington airfield in Bedfordshire
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A farmer holds a sheep as sheep farmers gather at the auction for the great sale of lambs in Lairg, Scotland. Lairg market hosts the annual lamb sale, which is the biggest one day livestock market in Europe, when some twenty thousand sheep from all over the north of Scotland are bought and sold