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Christie’s Unveil Three Important Works From Their Summer Sale, “Ib and Her Husband” 1992 by Lucian Freud, “Portrait of Lucy Long, Mrs George Hardinge” 1778 by Sir Joshua Reynolds P.R.A, and “Golden Hours” 1864 by Frederic, Lord Leighton, in London
Rough sea at Seaham Harbour in County Durham, as snow and high winds sweep across the North East of England
President Barack Obama arrives at Downing Street to meet with British Prime Minister David Cameron in London, England
Britain’s Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh drives US President Barack Obama, US First Lady Michelle Obama and Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II from the helicopter into Windsor Castle after the Obama’s arrived for a private lunch in Windsor, southern England
Puffins join Shags and Guillemot birds on the Farne Islands just off the Northumberland coast for the start of the breading season. Rangers on one of Britain’s most important seabird colonies are hoping for a more successful summer after flooding wreaked havoc last year
A ship sits out in the North Sea near Tynemouth beach, North Tyneside, just before sunrise
Freelance sculpture conservator Scarlett Hutchin, working for English Heritage, buffs wax polish applied to artist Adrian Jones’ sculpture, Quadriga, on top of Wellington Arch at Hyde Park Corner. The landmark sculpture is being cleaned, repaired and re-waxed by a team of specialists as part of a major English Heritage conservation programme
Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, gestures at a baby as he speaks with customers during a visit to a cafe in Harlow, England. Mr Corbyn visited the Essex town to launch Labour Party’s local election campaign
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University of Edinburgh student Kengo Shibata is photographed today through the “Six Planet” Kaleidoscope which will be part of an exhibition of Kaleidoscopes celebrating the 200th anniversary of the instrument’s invention. The exhibition, presented by the Japan Kaleidoscope Museum and the Universities of Edinburgh and St Andrews, is part of Edinburgh International Science Festival which runs in the Playfair Library in Edinburgh from 3-5 and 7-10 of April.
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Robert Bushell, Captain of the MBNA Thames Clippers which ferries commuters and tourists up and down the river Thames, London. Bushell finds the morning shifts a struggle, especially the earliest which requires waking up at 2.30am to arrive at 4am. But once out of bed, he likes being out on the river so early. “It’s really peaceful he says, aside from the occasional tugboat or engineer surveying and repairing the bridges”. View the full photo story about the people who work on the river.
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Members of the Irish Guards during a visit by the Duke of Cambridge to the regiment’s St Patrick’s Day parade at Cavalry Barracks in Hounslow, west London
A 360 view of the Painted Hall at Chatsworth House in Chatsworth, England. Chatsworth House, Garden and Farmyard opens on Saturday for the new season which includes an exhibition of the glittering social circle of Deborah, Duchess of Devonshire through the photos of Cecil Beaton, Dan Pearsons award winning Chelsea Flower Show garden and the celebration of the Grand Tour through the eyes and collection of the Devonshire Family.
Prime Minister David Cameron during a visit to Felixstowe Port in Suffolk. Cameron has warned that Britain has “100 days to secure our future” as the mastermind behind his general election victory said the EU referendum is hanging in the balance
Runners take a jump in the Forba Gold Cup Handicap Steeple Chase at Ludlow Racecourse, England
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange addresses a press conference at the Frontline Club via video link from the Ecuadorian embassy, Central London
Crowds gather as a sperm whale lies dead after becoming stranded on a beach between Old Hunstanton and Holme in Hunstanton, England. The whale is the 29th to have died after beaching in Europe in the past two weeks
A bronze statue is sanded to create a BAFTA mask at New Pro Foundries in West Drayton, Middlesex, ahead the ceremony later this month. New Pro Foundries has been making the bronze casts since the ceremony was created in 1976
A dog walker on the east coast near Whitley Bay, Northumberland, as rare Nacreous clouds form over the coastline
Transport for London worker Paul Burke pushes a trolley loaded with items of lost property at the Transport for London Lost Property Office, which sorts and stores the items left on London’s public transport system. Last year 22% of the 302,714 items handed in were returned to their rightful owners, London