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BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTX2A0CT
April 14, 2016
Britain's Queen Elizabeth walks behind her mother's coffin following the Queen Mother's funeral at Westminster...
London, United Kingdom
From the Files: Queen Elizabeth's 90th Birthday
Britain's Queen Elizabeth walks behind her mother's coffin following the Queen Mother's funeral at Westminster Abbey in London, in this April 9, 2002 file photo. Queen Elizabeth celebrates her 90th birthday on April 21, 2016. REUTERS/Dan Chung/Files SEARCH 'Queen 90th" FOR ALL IMAGES
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTX29WOV
April 14, 2016
Britain's Queen Elizabeth rides her horse in the grounds of Windsor Castle, three days after the death...
Windsor, United Kingdom
From the Files: Queen Elizabeth's 90th Birthday
Britain's Queen Elizabeth rides her horse in the grounds of Windsor Castle, three days after the death of her mother, in this April 2, 2002 file photo. Queen Elizabeth celebrates her 90th birthday on April 21, 2016. REUTERS/Dan Chung/Files SEARCH 'Queen 90th" FOR ALL IMAGES
SOCCER-ENGLAND/ROBSON
RTR269UX
July 31, 2009
Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson (R) and Newcastle United manager Bobby Robson are seen speaking...
Newcastle, United Kingdom
File photograph shows Manchester United manager Ferguson and Newcastle United manager Robson speaking...
Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson (R) and Newcastle United manager Bobby Robson are seen speaking during their Premier League match at St James' Park in Newcastle, northern England in this December 30, 2000 file photograph. Former England manager Robson passed away after a long battle with cancer, a statement issued on behalf of his family said on July 31, 2009. REUTERS/Dan Chung/Files (BRITAIN SPORT SOCCER OBITUARY) FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS. NO USE WITH UNAUTHORIZED AUDIO, VIDEO, DATA, FIXTURE LISTS, CLUB/LEAGUE LOGOS OR "LIVE" SERVICES. ONLINE IN-MATCH USE LIMITED TO 45 IMAGES, NO VIDEO EMULATION. NO USE IN BETTING, GAMES OR SINGLE CLUB/LEAGUE/PLAYER PUBLICATIONS
BRITAIN-BANK/GEORGE
RTXE41H
April 18, 2009
The former Governor of the Bank of England Eddie George is seen at the Trades Union Congress in Blackpool,...
Blackpool, United Kingdom
File photograph shows former Governor of the Bank of England Eddie George at the Trades Union Congress...
The former Governor of the Bank of England Eddie George is seen at the Trades Union Congress in Blackpool, northern England in this September 15, 1998 file photograph. The former Governor of the Bank of England, Eddie George, died on April 18, 2009 at the age of 70 after a long battle with cancer, the bank said in a statement. REUTERS/Dan Chung/Files (BRITAIN BUSINESS HEADSHOT OBITUARY)
BRITAIN-BANK/GEORGE
RTXE40N
April 18, 2009
The former Governor of the Bank of England Eddie George is seen arriving at the Treasury in London in...
London, United Kingdom
File photograph shows former Governor of the Bank of England Eddie George arriving at the Treasury in...
The former Governor of the Bank of England Eddie George is seen arriving at the Treasury in London in this September 25, 2002 file photograph. The former Governor of the Bank of England, Eddie George, died on April 18, 2009 at the age of 70 after a long battle with cancer, the bank said in a statement. REUTERS/Dan Chung/Files (BRITAIN BUSINESS HEADSHOT OBITUARY)
PEOPLE-MADONNA/DIVORCE
RTXATG8
November 21, 2008
Pop star Madonna and film director Guy Ritchie (R) are seen leaving Dornoch Cathedral after the christening...
Dornoch, United Kingdom
File photograph shows Madonna and Guy Ritchie leaving Dornoch Cathedral after christening of son Rocco...
Pop star Madonna and film director Guy Ritchie (R) are seen leaving Dornoch Cathedral after the christening of their four month old son Rocco, Scotland in this December 21, 2000 file photograph. U.S. pop star Madonna and husband Guy Ritchie ended nearly eight years of marriage in just a few minutes on November 21, 2008, when a British court granted them a "quickie" divorce. Photograph taken on December 21, 2000. REUTERS/Dan Chung/Files (BRITAIN)
PEOPLE-MADONNA
RTX9KYY
October 15, 2008
Pop star Madonna and film director Guy Ritchie (R) leave Dornoch Cathedral after the christening of their...
Dornoch, United Kingdom
File photo of Madonna and Guy Ritchie after the christening of son Rocco in Scotland
Pop star Madonna and film director Guy Ritchie (R) leave Dornoch Cathedral after the christening of their four month old son Rocco in this December 21, 2000 file photo. The couple were married soon after, and 7 1/2 years later have agreed to divorce, they announced October 15, 2008, ending months of tabloid speculation over their relationship. REUTERS/Dan Chung/Files (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-BIGBEN/
RTR1K3C8
December 06, 2006
Workers clean the face of London's Big Ben clock tower on top of the Houses of Parliament in this August...
London, United Kingdom
To match feature BRITAIN-BIGBEN/
Workers clean the face of London's Big Ben clock tower on top of the Houses of Parliament in this August 20, 2001 file photo. Tours of Big Ben are run like clockwork for good reason -- they have to be on time to catch the resounding climax. Any stragglers who are late for the tour get left behind -- punctuality is vital if you want to get up close and personal with the "King of Clocks". To match feature BRITAIN-BIGBEN/ REUTERS/Dan Chung/Files (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN
RTR1IGHI
October 18, 2006
Nottingham Forest's Kevin Campbell scores past Manchester United goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel in the 3rd...
Nottingham, United Kingdom
Nottingham Forest's Campbell scores past Manchester United goalkeeper Schmeichel at Nottingham's City...
Nottingham Forest's Kevin Campbell scores past Manchester United goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel in the 3rd and 4th place play-off during the Umbro International Soccer Tournament at Nottingham's City Ground August 4, 1996. REUTERS/Dan Chung (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN
RTR1EGQY
June 15, 2006
Former world champion boxer Frank Bruno makes a joke during a news conference in Brentwood, southern...
Brentwood, United Kingdom
Former world champion boxer Bruno making jokes during news conference in Brentwood
Former world champion boxer Frank Bruno makes a joke during a news conference in Brentwood, southern England, August 30, 1996, in which he announced his retirement from the ring. ***FOR RPA ONLY*** REUTERS/Dan Chung (BRITAIN)
ENVIRONMENT NUCLEAR WASTE
RTR174P3
March 13, 2006
Cows graze in pasture near a nuclear power plant at Sellafield, Cumbria in this September 9, 1997 file...
Sellafield, United Kingdom
To match feature Environment Nuclear Waste
Cows graze in pasture near a nuclear power plant at Sellafield, Cumbria in this September 9, 1997 file photo. The nuclear industry believes it could be granted a new lease of life as the world searches for an alternative to fossil fuels, such as coal and oil, that produce carbon emissions, blamed for global warming. To match feature Environment-Nuclear-Waste. REUTERS/Dan Chung/Files
BRITAIN
RTR173LK
March 12, 2006
British police stand outside a house with its front facade covered in tarpaulin, after a dawn raid by...
London, United Kingdom
British police stand outside house with front facade covered in tarpaulin in London
British police stand outside a house with its front facade covered in tarpaulin, after a dawn raid by anti-terrorist authorities, in south London July 15, 1996. The raid, which was one of a number against IRA suspects, is believed to be a major blow to republican terrorists who have planted seven bombs in Britain since February this year. Picture taken July 15, 1996. REUTERS/Dan Chung
ENVIRONMENT NUCLEAR WASTE
RTR170AJ
March 09, 2006
A golfer walks across a lawn near the Sellafield nuclear plant in Cumbria in this March 26, 2000 file...
Sellafield, United Kingdom
To match feature Environment-Nuclear-Waste
A golfer walks across a lawn near the Sellafield nuclear plant in Cumbria in this March 26, 2000 file photo. Sellafield can reprocess 5,000 tonnes of spent nuclear fuel each year, accounting for roughly a third of annual global output. To match feature Environment-Nuclear-Waste. Picture taken on March 26, 2000. REUTERS/Dan Chung/Files
PEOPLE MILLS
RTR90LW
April 23, 2005
File photo of British actor Sir John Mills, shown receiving his BAFTA award in London on December 2,...
London, UK
File photo of British actor Sir John Mills.
File photo of British actor Sir John Mills, shown receiving his BAFTA award in London on December 2, 2002. Mills, who won an Oscar in 1971 for his portrayal of a mute village idiot in 'Ryan's Daughter,' died on April 23, 2005 aged 97, a trustee for his estate said. Mills made his name in patriotic films during and after World War II including "The October Man," "Scott of the Antarctic," "Dunkirk" and "Ice Cold in Alex." Picture taken on December 2, 2002. REUTERS/Dan Chung/FILE RC/GN
PEOPLE WINSLET
RTR154AB
June 09, 2003
Actress Kate Winslet married her boyfriend, director Sam Mendes, in a
Caribbean ceremony held in late...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
SAM MENDES AND KATE WINSLET IN FILE PHOTO.
Actress Kate Winslet married her boyfriend, director Sam Mendes, in a
Caribbean ceremony held in late May, her publicist said June 9, 2003.
Winslet and Mendes are seen at the London premiere of 'The Road to
Perdition,' September 18, 2002. REUTERS/Dan Chung/files

ME
PEOPLE BRITAIN SOPHIE
RTR13FMF
May 06, 2003
A file photograph shows Edward, Britain's Earl (R) of Wessex and his
wife Sophie, the Countess of Wessex,...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
FILE PHOTO OF BRITAIN'S EARL AND COUNTESS OF WESSEX.
A file photograph shows Edward, Britain's Earl (R) of Wessex and his
wife Sophie, the Countess of Wessex, arriving at a private party for
Britian's Queen Elizabeth II at the Ritz hotel in London on November
14, 2002. Buckingham Palace announced on May 6, 2003 that the couple
are expecting their first child in December, with the news coming after
a dangerous failed pregnancy left them devastated in 2001. REUTERS/Dan
Chung

DC/MD/WS/MD
RTRL751
March 30, 2003
Iraqi families continue to leave Basra across one of town's bridges
manned by British soldiers, March...
IRAQI FAMILIES LEAVE BASRA ACROSS ONE OFTHE TOWN'S BRIDGES MANNED BY
BRITISH SOLDIERS.
Iraqi families continue to leave Basra across one of town's bridges
manned by British soldiers, March 30, 2003. Basra, home to around 1.5
million people, has been bombed by fighter planes and come under shell
fire since U.S. and British troops invaded Iraq 11 days ago to topple
Saddam. Western tanks on Sunday controlled roads around the city but
had not penetrated the centre where, residents say, life goes on as
normal under the firm rule of Saddam loyalists. PP03030084
REUTERS/POOL/Dan Chung

DC/WS/MA
RTRKWSO
March 26, 2003
A four-day old baby boy named Fahed, lies sleeping in a cardboard box, in a
village south of Basra march...
FOUR-DAY - OLD BABY LIES SLEEPING IN A CARDBOARD BOX IN BASRA.
A four-day old baby boy named Fahed, lies sleeping in a cardboard box, in a
village south of Basra march 26, 2003. Iraq will probably need the biggest
humanitarian operation in history to feed its entire population after the
U.S.-led invasion, the U.N.'s food aid agency said on Wednesday. The family
of Fahed were delivered humanitarian aid by the British Army on Wednesday.
PP03030064 PP03030066 REUTERS/POOL/Dan Chung

XX/AA
BRITAIN CHERIE
RTRF7F4
December 10, 2002
Cherie Blair, wife of Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair, leaves
Millbank ahead of making a statement...
London, UK
CHERIE BLAIR LEAVES MILLBANK IN LONDON.
Cherie Blair, wife of Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair, leaves
Millbank ahead of making a statement in London December 10, 2002.
Cherie Blair made an unprecedented public statement during an awards
ceremony about her links to convicted fraudster Peter Foster, stating
she did not act to mislead the media. The statement comes as opposition
leaders demand an inquiry into alleged interference by Cherie Blair
into his deportation case. REUTERS/Dan Chung

DC/NMB
BRITAIN CHERIE
RTRF7EX
December 10, 2002
Members of the media close in as Cherie Blair, wife of Britain's Prime
Minister Tony Blair, arrives...
London, UK
MEMBERS OF THE MEDIA CLOSE IN AS CHERIE BLAIR ARRIVES AT MILLBANK IN
LONDON.
Members of the media close in as Cherie Blair, wife of Britain's Prime
Minister Tony Blair, arrives at Millbank ahead of making a statement in
London on December 10, 2002. Cherie Blair made an unprecedented public
statement during an awards ceremony about her links to convicted
fraudster Peter Foster, stating she did not act to mislead the media.
The statement comes as opposition leaders demand an inquiry into
alleged interference by Cherie Blair into his deportation case.
REUTERS/Dan Chung

DC/NMB/AH
BRITAIN CHERIE
RTRF7ES
December 10, 2002
Members of the media close in as Cherie Blair, wife of Britain's Prime
Minister Tony Blair, arrives...
London, UK
MEMBERS OF THE MEDIA CLOSE IN AS CHERIE BLAIR ARRIVES AT MILLBANK IN
LONDON.
Members of the media close in as Cherie Blair, wife of Britain's Prime
Minister Tony Blair, arrives at Millbank ahead of making a statement in
London December 10, 2002. Cherie Blair made an unprecedented public
statement during an awards ceremony about her links to convicted
fraudster Peter Foster, stating she did not act to mislead the media.
The statement comes as opposition leaders demand an inquiry into
alleged interference by Cherie Blair into his deportation case.
REUTERS/Dan Chung

DC/NMB
BRITAIN CHERIE
RTRF7EJ
December 10, 2002
Members of the media close in as Cherie Blair, wife of Britain's Prime
Minister Tony Blair, arrives...
London, UK
MEMBERS OF THE MEDIA CLOSE IN AS CHERIE BLAIR ARRIVES AT MILLBANK IN
LONDON.
Members of the media close in as Cherie Blair, wife of Britain's Prime
Minister Tony Blair, arrives at Millbank ahead of making a statement in
London December 10, 2002. Cherie Blair made an unprecedented public
statement during an awards ceremony about her links to convicted
fraudster Peter Foster, stating she did not act to mislead the media.
The statement comes as opposition leaders demand an inquiry into
alleged interference by Cherie Blair into his deportation case.
REUTERS/Dan Chung

DC/NMB
BRITAIN
RTRF42Y
December 09, 2002
Cherie Blair, wife of Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair, faces the
media as the Downing Street Christmas...
London, UK
CHERIE BLAIR FACES THE MEDIA AS DOWNING STREET CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTS
ARE SWITCHED ON IN LONDON.
Cherie Blair, wife of Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair, faces the
media as the Downing Street Christmas tree lights are switched on in
London December 9, 2002. High profile barrister Cherie Blair, remains
firmly in the media spot light over her recent admission the she used a
convicted conman to help her buy two properties in Bristol. REUTERS/Dan
Chung

DC/NMB
BRITAIN
RTRF41X
December 09, 2002
Cherie Blair, wife of Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair, faces the
media as the Downing Street Christmas...
London, UK
CHERIE BLAIR FACES THE MEDIA AS DOWNING STREET CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTS
ARE SWITCHED ON IN LONDON.
Cherie Blair, wife of Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair, faces the
media as the Downing Street Christmas tree lights are switched on in
London December 9, 2002. High profile barrister Cherie Blair, remains
firmly in the media spot light over her recent admission the she used a
convicted conman to help her buy two properties in Bristol. REUTERS/Dan
Chung

DC/NMB/FMS
BRITAIN
RTRF414
December 09, 2002
Cherie Blair, wife of Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair, faces the
media as the Downing Street Christmas...
London, UK
CHERIE BLAIR FACES MEDIA AS DOWNING STREET CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTS ARE
SWITCHED ON IN LONDON.
Cherie Blair, wife of Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair, faces the
media as the Downing Street Christmas tree lights are switched on in
London December 9, 2002. High profile barrister Cherie Blair, remains
firmly in the media spot light over her recent admission the she used a
convicted conman to help her buy two properties in Bristol. REUTERS/Dan
Chung

DC/NMB/CMC
BRITAIN
RTRF40B
December 09, 2002
Cherie Blair, wife of Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair, smiles to
the media as the Downing Street...
London, UK
BARRISTER BLAIR SMILES TO MEDIA AS DOWNING STREET CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTS
ARE SWITCHED ON IN LONDON.
Cherie Blair, wife of Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair, smiles to
the media as the Downing Street Christmas tree lights are switched on
in London December 9, 2002. High profile barrister Cherie Blair,
remains firmly in the media spot light over her recent admission the
she used a convicted conman to help her buy two properties in Bristol.
REUTERS/Dan Chung

DC/NMB/CMC
BRITAIN CONSERVATIVES
RTRF3UH
December 09, 2002
Britain's Conservative Party leader Iain Duncan Smith leaves
Conservative Central Office in London,...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S CONSERVATIVE PARTY LEADER IAIN DUNCAN SMITH LEAVES
CONSERVATIVE CENTRAL OFFICE IN LONDON.
Britain's Conservative Party leader Iain Duncan Smith leaves
Conservative Central Office in London, December 9, 2002. A withering
broadside against Duncan Smith from former Conservative Party Deputy
Prime Minister Michael Heseltine on Monday piled more trouble on the
once-mighty Conservative Party which is failing to dent Tony Blair's
government. REUTERS/Dan Chung

DC/ASA/WS
BRITAIN CONSERVATIVES
RTRF3LC
December 09, 2002
Britain's Conservative Party leader Iain Duncan Smith leaves
Conservative Central Office in London,...
London, UK
CONSERVATIVE PARTY LEADER IAIN DUNCAN SMITH LEAVES CONSERVATIVE CENTRAL
OFFICE IN LONDON.
Britain's Conservative Party leader Iain Duncan Smith leaves
Conservative Central Office in London, December 9, 2002. A withering
broadside against Duncan Smith from former Conservative Party Deputy
Prime Minister Michael Heseltine on Monday piled more trouble on the
once-mighty Conservative Party which is failing to dent Tony Blair's
government. REUTERS/Dan Chung

DC/ASA
BRITAIN
RTRF4CY
December 08, 2002
British architect Lord Norman Foster poses for photographs at the 2002
Turner Prize presentation at...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S LORD NORMAN FOSTER POSES FOR PHOTOGRAPHS AT THE 2002 TURNER
PRIZE IN LONDON.
British architect Lord Norman Foster poses for photographs at the 2002
Turner Prize presentation at Tate Britain in London, December 8, 2002.
British artist Keith Tyson was awarded the 20,000 pounds sterling
($31,480) for winning the prize, derided by critics as a farce and
condemned by Britain's Culture Minister Kim Howells as "conceptual
bullshit". REUTERS/Dan ChungREUTERS/Dan Chung

DC/NMB
BRITAIN
RTRF2VU
December 08, 2002
British artist Keith Tyson poses with his winning installation for this
year's Turner prize which was...
London, UK
KEITH TYSON POSES WITH HIS WINNING ENTRY IN THIS YEAR'S TURNER PRIZE.
British artist Keith Tyson poses with his winning installation for this
year's Turner prize which was awarded by architect Daniel Libeskind at
Tate Britain, December 8, 2002. Tyson was awarded 20,000 pounds
sterling ($31,480) for winning the prize, derided by critics as a farce
and condemned by Britain's Culture Minister Kim Howells as "conceptual
bullshit". REUTERS/Dan Chung

DC/MD
BRITAIN
RTRF2VO
December 08, 2002
British artist Keith Tyson poses with his winning installation for this
year's Turner prize which was...
London, UK
KEITH TYSON POSES WITH HIS WINNING ENTRY IN THIS YEAR'S TURNER PRIZE.
British artist Keith Tyson poses with his winning installation for this
year's Turner prize which was awarded by architect Daniel Libeskind at
Tate Britain, December 8, 2002. Tyson was awarded 20,000 pounds
sterling ($31,480) for winning the prize, derided by critics as a farce
and condemned by Britain's Culture Minister Kim Howells as "conceptual
bullshit". REUTERS/Dan Chung

DC/MD
BRITAIN
RTRF2VH
December 08, 2002
Keith Tyson poses with his winning installation for this year's Turner
prize which was awarded by architect...
London, UK
KEITH TYSON POSES WITH HIS WINNING ENTRY IN THIS YEAR'S TURNER PRIZE.
Keith Tyson poses with his winning installation for this year's Turner
prize which was awarded by architect Daniel Libeskind at Tate Britain,
December 8, 2002. Tyson was awarded 20,000 pounds sterling ($31,480)
for winning the prize, derided by critics as a farce and condemned by
Britain's Culture Minister Kim Howells as "conceptual bullshit".
REUTERS/Dan Chung

DC/MD
BRITAIN
RTRF2VC
December 08, 2002
Keith Tyson (L) kisses his wife Xenia with son Curtis after winning
this year's Turner prize which was...
London, UK
KEITH TYSON KISSES HIS WIFE XENIA AFTER WINNING THIS YEAR'S TURNER
PRIZE.
Keith Tyson (L) kisses his wife Xenia with son Curtis after winning
this year's Turner prize which was awarded by architect Daniel
Libeskind at Tate Britain, London, December 8, 2002. Tyson was awarded
20,000 pounds sterling ($31,480) for winning the prize, derided by
critics as a farce and condemned by Britain's Culture Minister Kim
Howells as "conceptual bullshit", awarded. REUTERS/Dan Chung

DC/MD
BRITAIN
RTRF2V5
December 08, 2002
British artist Keith Tyson poses with his installation for this year's
Turner prize at Tate Britain,...
London, UK
KEITH TYSON POSES WITH HIS ENTRY IN THIS YEAR'S TURNER PRIZE.
British artist Keith Tyson poses with his installation for this year's
Turner prize at Tate Britain, December 8, 2002. The prize, derided by
critics as a farce and condemned by Britain's Culture Minister Kim
Howells as "conceptual bullshit", awards the winner with 20,000 pounds
sterling ($31,480). REUTERS/Dan Chung

DC/MD
BRITAIN
RTRF2UZ
December 08, 2002
British artist Keith Tyson poses with his installation for this year's
Turner prize at Tate Britain,...
London, UK
KEITH TYSON POSES WITH HIS ENTRY IN THIS YEAR'S TURNER PRIZE.
British artist Keith Tyson poses with his installation for this year's
Turner prize at Tate Britain, December 8, 2002. The prize, derided by
critics as a farce and condemned by Britain's Culture Minister Kim
Howells as "conceptual bullshit", awards the winner with 20,000 pounds
sterling ($31,480). REUTERS/Dan Chung

DC/MD
BRITAIN
RTRF2US
December 08, 2002
British artist Keith Tyson poses with his installation for this year's
Turner prize at Tate Britain,...
London, UK
KEITH TYSON POSES WITH HIS ENTRY IN THIS YEAR'S TURNER PRIZE.
British artist Keith Tyson poses with his installation for this year's
Turner prize at Tate Britain, December 8, 2002. The prize, derided by
critics as a farce and condemned by Britain's Culture Minister Kim
Howells as "conceptual bullshit", awards the winner with 20,000 pounds
sterling ($31,480). REUTERS/Dan Chung

DC/MD
BRITAIN
RTRF2UM
December 08, 2002
British artist Keith Tyson poses with his installation for this year's
Turner prize at Tate Britain,...
London, UK
KEITH TYSON POSES WITH HIS ENTRY IN THIS YEAR'S TURNER PRIZE.
British artist Keith Tyson poses with his installation for this year's
Turner prize at Tate Britain, December 8, 2002. The prize, derided by
critics as a farce and condemned by Britain's Culture Minister Kim
Howells as "conceptual bullshit", awards the winner with 20,000 pounds
sterling ($31,480). REUTERS/Dan Chung

DC/MD
BRITAIN
RTRF2UF
December 08, 2002
British artis Liam Gillick poses with his installation for this year's
Turner prize, 'Coats of Asbestos...
London, UK
BRITISH ARTIST LIAM GILLICK POSES WITH HIS ENTRY IN THIS YEAR'S TURNER
PRIZE.
British artis Liam Gillick poses with his installation for this year's
Turner prize, 'Coats of Asbestos spangled with Mica' at Tate Britain,
December 8, 2002. The prize, derided by critics as a farce and
condemned by Britain's Culture Minister Kim Howells as "conceptual
bullshit", awards the winner with 20,000 pounds sterling ($31,480).
REUTERS/Dan Chung

DC/MD
BRITAIN
RTRF2U8
December 08, 2002
British artist Keith Tyson poses with his installation for this year's
Turner prize at Tate Britain,...
London, UK
KEITH TYSON POSES WITH HIS ENTRY IN THIS YEAR'S TURNER PRIZE.
British artist Keith Tyson poses with his installation for this year's
Turner prize at Tate Britain, December 8, 2002. The prize, derided by
critics as a farce and condemned by Britain's Culture Minister Kim
Howells as "conceptual Bullshit", awards the winner with 20,000 pounds
sterling ($31,480). REUTERS/Dan Chung

DC/MD
BRITAIN
RTRF29E
December 08, 2002
Royal Naval Destroyer HMS Nottingham arrives back in Portsmouth on the
back of the MV Swan heavy lifting...
Portsmouth, UK
HMS NOTTINGHAM ARRIVES BACK IN PORTSMOUTH.
Royal Naval Destroyer HMS Nottingham arrives back in Portsmouth on the
back of the MV Swan heavy lifting ship after she ran aground off the
coast of Australia, December 8, 2002. The type-42 destroyer hit rocks
and holed her hull at Lord Howe Island off Australia's east coast in
July and arrived back in Portsmouth harbour on Sunday where she will
undergo an estimated 26 million pound sterling ($40,911,000) of repair
work. REUTERS/Dan Chung

DC/MD
BRITAIN
RTRF288
December 08, 2002
Royal Naval Destroyer HMS Nottingham arrives back in Portsmouth on the
back of the MV Swan heavy lifting...
Portsmouth, UK
HMS NOTTINGHAM ARRIVES BACK IN PORTSMOUTH.
Royal Naval Destroyer HMS Nottingham arrives back in Portsmouth on the
back of the MV Swan heavy lifting ship, December 8, 2002 after she ran
aground off the coast of Australia. The type-42 destroyer hit rocks and
holed her hull at Lord Howe Island off Australia's east coast in July
and arrived back in Portsmouth harbour on Sunday where she will undergo
an estimated oe26 million ($40,911,000) of repair work. REUTERS/Dan
Chung

DC/MD
BRITAIN
RTRF27O
December 08, 2002
Royal Naval Destroyer HMS Nottingham arrives back in Portsmouth on the
back of the MV Swan heavy lifting...
Portsmouth, UK
HMS NOTTINGHAM ARRIVES BACK IN PORTSMOUTH.
Royal Naval Destroyer HMS Nottingham arrives back in Portsmouth on the
back of the MV Swan heavy lifting ship after she ran aground off the
coast of Australia on December 8, 2002. The type-42 destroyer hit rocks
and holed her hull at Lord Howe Island off Australia's east coast in
July and arrived back in Portsmouth harbour on Sunday where she will
undergo an estimated oe26 million ($40,911,000) of repair work.
REUTERS/Dan Chung

DC/MD/AH
BRITAIN
RTRF27B
December 08, 2002
Royal Naval Destroyer HMS Nottingham arrives back in Portsmouth on the
back of the MV Swan heavy lifting...
Portsmouth, UK
HMS NOTTINGHAM ARRIVES BACK IN PORTSMOUTH.
Royal Naval Destroyer HMS Nottingham arrives back in Portsmouth on the
back of the MV Swan heavy lifting ship December 8, 2002 after she ran
aground off the coast of Australia. The type-42 destroyer hit rocks and
holed her hull at Lord Howe Island off Australia's east coast in July
and arrived back in Portsmouth harbour on Sunday where she will undergo
an estimated oe26 million ($40,911,000) of repair work. REUTERS/Dan
Chung

DC/MD
BRITAIN
RTRF26Z
December 08, 2002
Royal Naval Destroyer HMS Nottingham arrives back in Portsmouth on
December 8, 2002, on the back of...
Portsmouth, UK
HMS NOTTINGHAM ARRIVES BACK IN PORTSMOUTH.
Royal Naval Destroyer HMS Nottingham arrives back in Portsmouth on
December 8, 2002, on the back of the MV Swan heavy lifting ship after
she ran aground off the coast of Australia. The type-42 destroyer hit
rocks and holed her hull at Lord Howe Island off Australia's east coast
in July and arrived back in Portsmouth harbour on Sunday where she will
undergo an estimated oe26 million ($40,911,000) of repair work.
REUTERS/Dan Chung

DC/MD
BRITIAN FIREFIGHTERS
RTRESZF
December 04, 2002
Fire Brigade Union (FBU) leader Andy Gilchrist arrives at the Advisory
Conciliation and Arbitration...
London, UK
FIRE BRIGADE UNION LEADER ANDY GILCHRIST ARRIVES AT ACAS HEADQUARTERS IN
LONDON.
Fire Brigade Union (FBU) leader Andy Gilchrist arrives at the Advisory
Conciliation and Arbitration Service (Acas) headquarters in London December
4, 2002. The FBU had been due to begin another eight-day strike at 0900 GMT
but decided to suspend that action when they were invited to Acas. It is
hoped some progress will be made to reconcile the union's 40 percent pay
demand and the government's stance that any increase over 4 percent must be
funded by modernisation changes. REUTERS/Dan Chung

DC/NMB
BRITIAN
RTRESZ7
December 04, 2002
Fire Brigade Union (FBU) leader Andy Gilchrist arrives at the Advisory
Conciliation and Arbitration...
London, UK
FIRE BRIGADE UNION LEADER ANDY GILCHRIST ARRIVES AT ACAS HEADQUARTERS IN
LONDON.
Fire Brigade Union (FBU) leader Andy Gilchrist arrives at the Advisory
Conciliation and Arbitration Service (ACAS) headquarters in London December
4, 2002. The FBU had been due to begin another eight-day strike at 0900 GMT
but decided to suspend that action when they were invited to ACAS. It is
hoped some progress will be made to reconcile the union's 40 percent pay
demand and the government's stance that any increase over 4 percent must be
funded by modernisation changes. REUTERS/Dan Chung

DC/NMB/JV
BRITAIN
RTREPIM
December 03, 2002
BRITISH ACTOR SIR JOHN MILLS IS KISSED BY COLLEAGUE RICHARD
ATTENBOROUGH AFTER RECEIVING BAFTA AWARD...
London, UK
BRITISH ACTOR SIR JOHN MILLS IS KISSED BY COLLEAGUE RICHARD
ATTENBOROUGH AFTER RECEIVING BAFTA AWARD...
BRITISH ACTOR SIR JOHN MILLS IS KISSED BY COLLEAGUE RICHARD
ATTENBOROUGH AFTER RECEIVING BAFTA AWARD IN LONDON.
SPORT SOCCER
RTR10MHJ
December 02, 2002
LEEDS MANAGER VENABLES DIRECTS FROM THE TOUCHLINE AGAINST CHARLTON IN
THE ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE AT...
Leeds, UK
LEEDS MANAGER VENABLES DIRECTS FROM THE TOUCHLINE AGAINST CHARLTON IN
THE ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE AT...
LEEDS MANAGER VENABLES DIRECTS FROM THE TOUCHLINE AGAINST CHARLTON IN
THE ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE AT ELLAND ROAD.
SPORT SOCCER
RTR10MGQ
December 02, 2002
LEEDS MANAGER VENABLES CLOSELY WATCHES ASSISTANT REFEREE DURING THEIR
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE MATCH AGAINST...
Leeds, UK
LEEDS MANAGER VENABLES CLOSELY WATCHES ASSISTANT REFEREE DURING THEIR
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE MATCH ......
LEEDS MANAGER VENABLES CLOSELY WATCHES ASSISTANT REFEREE DURING THEIR
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE MATCH AGAINST CHARLTON ATHLETIC AT ELLAND ROAD.
BRITAIN
RTREPJ0
December 02, 2002
British actor Sir John Mills (R) poses for photographs with Sir Richard
Attenborough after receiving...
London, UK
SIR JOHN MILLS POSES WITH ATTENBOROUGH AFTER RECEIVING BAFTA AWARD IN
LONDON.
British actor Sir John Mills (R) poses for photographs with Sir Richard
Attenborough after receiving his BAFTA award in London on December 2,
2002. The 94-year-old veteran received the special honour from the
British Academy of Film and Television Arts to mark his contribution to
cinema during a career spanning more than 60 years. REUTERS/Dan Chung

DC/MD/AA
BRITAIN
RTREPIT
December 02, 2002
British actor Sir John Mills poses for photographs after receiving his
BAFTA award in London on December...
London, UK
SIR JOHN MILLS POSES AFTER RECEIVING BAFTA AWARD IN LONDON.
British actor Sir John Mills poses for photographs after receiving his
BAFTA award in London on December 2, 2002. The 94-year-old veteran
received the special honour from the British Academy of Film and
Television Arts to mark his contribution to cinema during a career
spanning more than 60 years. REUTERS/Dan Chung

DC/MD/AA
BRITAIN
RTREPIC
December 02, 2002
British actor Sir John Mills (R) poses for photographs with his
daughter Juiliet after receiving his...
London, UK
SIR JOHN MILLS POSES WITH HIS DAUGHTER AFTER RECEIVING BAFTA AWARD IN
LONDON.
British actor Sir John Mills (R) poses for photographs with his
daughter Juiliet after receiving his BAFTA award in London on December
2, 2002. The 94-year-old veteran received the special honour from the
British Academy of Film and Television Arts to mark his contribution to
cinema during a career spanning more than 60 years. REUTERS/Dan Chung

DC/MD/AA
BRITAIN
RTREPI5
December 02, 2002
British actor Sir John Mills poses for photographs with his daughters
Juiliet (L) and Hayley after receiving...
London, UK
BRITISH ACTOR SIR JOHN MILLS POSES WITH HIS DAUGHTERS AFTER RECEIVING
BAFTA AWARD IN LONDON.
British actor Sir John Mills poses for photographs with his daughters
Juiliet (L) and Hayley after receiving his BAFTA award in London on
December 2, 2002. The 94-year-old veteran received the special honour
from the British Academy of Film and Television Arts to mark his
contribution to cinema during a career spanning more than 60 years.
REUTERS/Dan Chung

DC/MD/AA
BRITAIN
RTREPHZ
December 02, 2002
British actor Sir John Mills (C) is kissed by his daughters Juiliet (L)
and Hayley after receiving his...
London, UK
BRITISH ACTOR SIR JOHN MILLS RECEIVES BAFTA AWARD IN LONDON.
British actor Sir John Mills (C) is kissed by his daughters Juiliet (L)
and Hayley after receiving his BAFTA award in London on December 2,
2002. The 94-year-old veteran received the special honour from the
British Academy of Film and Television Arts to mark his contribution to
cinema during a career spanning more than 60 years. REUTERS/Dan Chung

DC/MD/AA
SPORT SOCCER
RTR10MHO
December 01, 2002
Leeds United's Irish defender Ian Harte (R) is tackled by Charlton
Athletic's Kevin Lisbie in their...
Leeds, UK
LEEDS UNITED'S HARTE IS TACKLED BY CHARLTON'S LISBIE IN THE ENGLISH
PREMIER LEAGUE MATCH AT ELLAND ROAD....
Leeds United's Irish defender Ian Harte (R) is tackled by Charlton
Athletic's Kevin Lisbie in their English Premier league match at Elland
road December 1, 2002. Charlton Athletic beat Leeds United 2-1.
REUTERS/Dan Chung

DC/JMS
SPORT SOCCER
RTR10MHF
December 01, 2002
Leeds United manager Terry Venables directs his team against Charlton
Athletic in the English Premier...
Leeds, UK
LEEDS MANAGER VENABLES DIRECTS HIS TEAM AGAINST CHARLTON IN THE ENGLISH
PREMIER LEAGUE AT ELLAND ROAD....
Leeds United manager Terry Venables directs his team against Charlton
Athletic in the English Premier League at Elland Road December 1, 2002.
Charlton beat Leeds 2-1. REUTERS/Dan Chung

DC/JMS
SPORT SOCCER
RTR10MGK
December 01, 2002
Leeds United's Harry Kewell (R) celebrates scoring against Charlton
Athletic with Norwegian team mate...
Leeds, UK
LEEDS' HARRY KEWELL CELEBRATES SCORING AGAINST CHARLTON AT ELLAND ROAD.
Leeds United's Harry Kewell (R) celebrates scoring against Charlton
Athletic with Norwegian team mate Eirik Bakke during the English
premier league match at Elland Road December 1, 2002. REUTERS/Dan
Chung

DC/JMS
SPORT SOCCER
RTR10MG9
December 01, 2002
Leeds United manager Terry Venables checks his watch against Charlton
Athletic in the English premier...
Leeds, UK
LEEDS UNITED'S MANAGER TERY VENABLES CHECKS THE TIME.
Leeds United manager Terry Venables checks his watch against Charlton
Athletic in the English premier league game at the Elland road stadium,
December 1, 2002. REUTERS/Dan Chung

dc
SPORT SOCCER
RTR10LPK
December 01, 2002
LEEDS MANAGER VENABLES DIRECTS TEAM DURING ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE MATCH
AGAINST CHARLTON ATHLETIC AT...
Leeds, UK
LEEDS MANAGER VENABLES DIRECTS TEAM DURING ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE MATCH
AGAINST CHARLTON ATHLETIC AT...
LEEDS MANAGER VENABLES DIRECTS TEAM DURING ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE MATCH
AGAINST CHARLTON ATHLETIC AT ELLAND ROAD.
SPORT SOCCER
RTR10LP5
December 01, 2002
LEEDS UNITED MANAGER VENABLES REACTS DURING THEIR ENGLISH PREMIER
LEAGUE MATCH AGAINST CHARLTON AT ELLAND...
Leeds, UK
LEEDS UNITED MANAGER VENABLES REACTS DURING THEIR ENGLISH PREMIER
LEAGUE MATCH AGAINST CHARLTON AT ......
LEEDS UNITED MANAGER VENABLES REACTS DURING THEIR ENGLISH PREMIER
LEAGUE MATCH AGAINST CHARLTON AT ELLAND ROAD.
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