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A stag stands in an inversion fog with its antlers visible above the vegetation during the rutting season, when they breed, in Richmond Park, south west London
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.
Cyclists take part in the annual ‘Ride the Lights’ event on Blackpool promenade
Armed Metropolitan Police counter terrorism officers take part in an exercise on the River Thames, London
An armed Metropolitan Police officer poses for a photograph as he patrols in Downing Street, in London, England. Security measures continue to be high in London while the current UK threat level for international terrorism is severe, meaning an attack is highly likely
A tractor makes it’s way up a row of lavender as it is harvested on the Lordington Lavender farm in West Sussex
A woman looks at a painting by Damien Hirst in front of a portrait of David Bowie at Sotheby’s in London
Larry, the 10 Downing Street cat, sits on the step outside the door of number 10 Downing Street in London. British Prime Minister David Cameron is leaving his official 10 Downing Street on Wednesday to make way for Theresa May, but one resident is staying put: Larry the cat. Larry has been stalking the corridors of power since 2011, when he was brought into the prime minister’s office to handle pest control affairs.
Preparations are seen ahead of British Home Secretary Theresa May launching her Conservative party leadership campaign at the IET events venue in Birmingham, England
A member of the stop the war coalition, dressed as Tony Blair, protest outside the Chilcot inquiry at the QEII Centre in London
St Mary’s lighthouse on St Mary’s Island, England is seen here photographed at 3am on Wednesday morning, just before first light
A member of the ground staff walks on the court cover, as rain delays play on day five of the Wimbledon Tennis Championships in London
Chancellor George Osborne speaks at The Treasury, where he moved to try to calm market turmoil triggered by the pro-Brexit vote in London, United Kingdom. Mr Osborne spoke ahead of the start of financial trading and outlined how the Government will “protect the national interest” after the UK voted to leave the EU