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TOPSHOTS This photo taken on September 3...TOPSHOTS This photo taken on September 3, 2014 shows  Leng Yuting, 26, posing underwater for her wedding pictures at a photo studio in Shanghai, ahead of her wedding next year. Her fiance Riyang said they had their wedding photographs taken underwater because 'its romantic and beautiful'. Mr Wedding studio owner, Tina Lui, started providing underwater pictures four years ago.   AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELEJOHANNES EISELE/AFP/Getty Images

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Leng Yuting poses underwater for her wedding pictures at a photography studio in Shanghai, ahead of her wedding next year. Fiance Riyang said they had their wedding photographs taken underwater because ‘it’s romantic and beautiful’. Mr Wedding studio owner, Tina Lui, started providing underwater pictures four years ago Read more

MUST ONLY BE USED IN CONNECTION WITH TURNER PRIZE ANNOUNCEMENT. MANDATORY CREDIT FOR NAME OF ARTIST, THE TITLE AND DATE OF WORK AND THE OWNER CREDIT LINE.  Undated handout photo issued by the Tate of 'I'm Dead' 2010 by David Shrigley who is shortlisted for the Turner Prize 2013. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Thursday April 25, 2013. The prize, being presented at a ceremony outside England for the first time this year, in Londonderry in December, is worth £25,000 to the winner. The Turner Prize, won last year by Elizabeth Price, was established in 1984 and is awarded to a British or British-based artist under fifty for outstanding work in the previous year. See PA story ARTS Turner.

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David Shrigley’s photo ‘I’m Dead’ 2010 has been shortlisted for the Turner Prize 2013. The prize is being presented at a ceremony outside England for the first time this year, in Londonderry in December, and £25,000 goes to the winner. The Turner Prize was established in 1984 and is awarded to a British or British-based artist under 50 for outstanding work in the previous year. Read more

An onlooker photographs the funeral of Baroness Thatcher making its way down Fleet street this morning.

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An onlooker photographs the funeral of Margaret Thatcher making its way down Fleet street on Wednesday.