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BRITAIN-ELECTIONS/
RTS1035G
February 24, 2017
Conservative Party candidate Trudy Harrison makes a speech after winning the Copeland by-election in...
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
Conservative Party candidate Trudy Harrison makes a speech after winning the Copeland by-election in...
Conservative Party candidate Trudy Harrison makes a speech after winning the Copeland by-election in Whitehaven, Britain, February 24, 2017. REUTERS/Phil Noble
BRITAIN-ELECTIONS/
RTS1035E
February 24, 2017
Conservative Party candidate Trudy Harrison stands with her husband Keith after winning the Copeland...
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
Conservative Party candidate Trudy Harrison stands with her husband Keith after winning the Copeland...
Conservative Party candidate Trudy Harrison stands with her husband Keith after winning the Copeland by-election in Whitehaven, Britain, February 24, 2017. REUTERS/Phil Noble
BRITAIN-ELECTIONS/
RTS1034Z
February 24, 2017
Conservative Party candidate Trudy Harrison smiles after winning the Copeland by-election in Whitehaven,...
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
Conservative Party candidate Trudy Harrison smiles after winning the Copeland by-election in Whitehaven...
Conservative Party candidate Trudy Harrison smiles after winning the Copeland by-election in Whitehaven, Britain, February 24, 2017. REUTERS/Phil Noble
BRITAIN-ELECTIONS/
RTS1034Y
February 24, 2017
Labour Party candidate Gillian Troughton (L) looks away as Conservative Party candidate Trudy Harrison...
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
Labour Party candidate Gillian Troughton looks away as Conservative Party candidate Trudy Harrison smiles...
Labour Party candidate Gillian Troughton (L) looks away as Conservative Party candidate Trudy Harrison (R) smiles after winning the Copeland by-election in Whitehaven, Britain, February 24, 2017. REUTERS/Phil Noble
BRITAIN-ELECTIONS/
RTS1034X
February 24, 2017
Conservative Party candidate Trudy Harrison stands with her husband Keith after winning the Copeland...
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
Conservative Party candidate Trudy Harrison stands with her husband Keith after winning the Copeland...
Conservative Party candidate Trudy Harrison stands with her husband Keith after winning the Copeland by-election in Whitehaven, Britain, February 24, 2017. REUTERS/Phil Noble
BRITAIN-ELECTIONS/
RTS1034W
February 24, 2017
Conservative Party candidate Trudy Harrison embraces her husband Keith after winning the Copeland by-election...
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
Conservative Party candidate Trudy Harrison embraces her husband Keith after winning the Copeland by-election...
Conservative Party candidate Trudy Harrison embraces her husband Keith after winning the Copeland by-election in Whitehaven, Britain, February 24, 2017. REUTERS/Phil Noble
BRITAIN-ELECTIONS/
RTS1034V
February 24, 2017
Conservative Party candidate Trudy Harrison stands with her husband Keith after winning the Copeland...
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
Conservative Party candidate Trudy Harrison stands with her husband Keith after winning the Copeland...
Conservative Party candidate Trudy Harrison stands with her husband Keith after winning the Copeland by-election in Whitehaven, Britain, February 24, 2017. REUTERS/Phil Noble
BRITAIN-ELECTIONS/
RTS1034U
February 24, 2017
Conservative Party candidate Trudy Harrison embraces her husband Keith after winning the Copeland by-election...
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
Conservative Party candidate Trudy Harrison embraces her husband Keith after winning the Copeland by-election...
Conservative Party candidate Trudy Harrison embraces her husband Keith after winning the Copeland by-election in Whitehaven, Britain, February 24, 2017. REUTERS/Phil Noble
BRITAIN-ELECTIONS/
RTS1034T
February 24, 2017
Conservative Party candidate Trudy Harrison stands with her husband Keith after winning the Copeland...
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
Conservative Party candidate Trudy Harrison stands with her husband Keith after winning the Copeland...
Conservative Party candidate Trudy Harrison stands with her husband Keith after winning the Copeland by-election in Whitehaven, Britain, February 24, 2017. REUTERS/Phil Noble
BRITAIN-ELECTIONS/
RTS1032Y
February 24, 2017
Conservative Party candidate Trudy Harrison (L) arrives with her husband Keith at the count for the Copeland...
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
Harrison arrives with her husband Keith at the count for the Copeland by-election in Whitehaven
Conservative Party candidate Trudy Harrison (L) arrives with her husband Keith at the count for the Copeland by-election in Whitehaven, Britain, February 24, 2017. REUTERS/Phil Noble
BRITAIN-ELECTIONS/
RTS1032X
February 24, 2017
Conservative Party candidate Trudy Harrison (C) arrives with her husband Keith at the count for the Copeland...
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
Harrison arrives with her husband Keith at the count for the Copeland by-election in Whitehaven
Conservative Party candidate Trudy Harrison (C) arrives with her husband Keith at the count for the Copeland by-election in Whitehaven, Britain, February 24, 2017. REUTERS/Phil Noble
BRITAIN-ELECTIONS/
RTS102NZ
February 23, 2017
Workers begin counting ballots for the Copeland by-election in Whitehaven, Britain, February 23, 2017....
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
Workers begin counting ballots for the Copeland by-election in Whitehaven
Workers begin counting ballots for the Copeland by-election in Whitehaven, Britain, February 23, 2017. REUTERS/Phil Noble
BRITAIN-ELECTIONS/
RTS102MT
February 23, 2017
Workers begin counting ballots for the Copeland by-election in Whitehaven, Britain, February 23, 2017....
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
Workers begin counting ballots for the Copeland by-election in Whitehaven
Workers begin counting ballots for the Copeland by-election in Whitehaven, Britain, February 23, 2017. REUTERS/Phil Noble
BRITAIN-ELECTIONS/
RTS102MS
February 23, 2017
Workers begin counting ballots for the Copeland by-election in Whitehaven, Britain, February 23, 2017....
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
Workers begin counting ballots for the Copeland by-election in Whitehaven, Britain
Workers begin counting ballots for the Copeland by-election in Whitehaven, Britain, February 23, 2017. REUTERS/Phil Noble
BRITAIN-ELECTIONS/
RTS102MP
February 23, 2017
Workers begin counting ballots for the Copeland by-election in Whitehaven, Britain, February 23, 2017....
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
Workers begin counting ballots for the Copeland by-election in Whitehaven
Workers begin counting ballots for the Copeland by-election in Whitehaven, Britain, February 23, 2017. REUTERS/Phil Noble
BRITAIN-ELECTIONS/
RTS102MO
February 23, 2017
Workers begin counting ballots for the Copeland by-election in Whitehaven, Britain, February 23, 2017....
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
Workers begin counting ballots for the Copeland by-election in Whitehaven
Workers begin counting ballots for the Copeland by-election in Whitehaven, Britain, February 23, 2017. REUTERS/Phil Noble
BRITAIN-FARMING/
RTS100E5
February 23, 2017
Sheep walk along a lane in a field near Whitehaven in Britain February 23, 2017. REUTERS/Phil Noble
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
Sheep walk along a lane in a field near Whitehaven
Sheep walk along a lane in a field near Whitehaven in Britain February 23, 2017. REUTERS/Phil Noble
BRITAIN-NUCLEAR/
RTS100E1
February 23, 2017
A general view shows the Sellafield nuclear plant near Whitehaven in Britain, February 23, 2017. REUTERS/Phil...
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
A general view shows the Sellafield nuclear plant near Whitehaven in Britain
A general view shows the Sellafield nuclear plant near Whitehaven in Britain, February 23, 2017. REUTERS/Phil Noble
BRITAIN-NUCLEAR/
RTS100DZ
February 23, 2017
A general view shows the Sellafield nuclear plant near Whitehaven in Britain, February 23, 2017. REUTERS/Phil...
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
A general view shows the Sellafield nuclear plant near Whitehaven in Britain
A general view shows the Sellafield nuclear plant near Whitehaven in Britain, February 23, 2017. REUTERS/Phil Noble
BRITAIN-NUCLEAR/
RTS100DX
February 23, 2017
A general view shows the Sellafield nuclear plant near Whitehaven in Britain, February 23, 2017. REUTERS/Phil...
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
A general view shows the Sellafield nuclear plant near Whitehaven in Britain
A general view shows the Sellafield nuclear plant near Whitehaven in Britain, February 23, 2017. REUTERS/Phil Noble
BRITAIN-WEATHER/
RTSZXJY
February 23, 2017
Waves hit the seafront as a train travels along the coastal railway line at Whitehaven in Britain, February...
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
Waves hit the seafront as a train travels along the coastal railway line at Whitehaven in Britain
Waves hit the seafront as a train travels along the coastal railway line at Whitehaven in Britain, February 23, 2017. REUTERS/Phil Noble
BRITAIN-EU/LABOUR
RTSYWNZ
February 16, 2017
A general view of the Sellafield nuclear plant near Whitehaven, Britain February 13, 2017. Picture taken...
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
A general view of the Sellafield nuclear plant near Whitehaven
A general view of the Sellafield nuclear plant near Whitehaven, Britain February 13, 2017. Picture taken February 13, 2017. REUTERS/Phil Noble
BRITAIN-EU/LABOUR
RTSYWNY
February 16, 2017
A general view of the Sellafield nuclear plant near Whitehaven, Britain February 13, 2017. Picture taken...
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
A general view of the Sellafield nuclear plant near Whitehaven
A general view of the Sellafield nuclear plant near Whitehaven, Britain February 13, 2017. Picture taken February 13, 2017. REUTERS/Phil Noble
BRITAIN-EU/LABOUR
RTSYWNV
February 16, 2017
Men talk outside an empty shop in Whitehaven, Britain February 13, 2017. Picture taken February 13, 2017....
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
Men talk outside an empty shop in Whitehaven
Men talk outside an empty shop in Whitehaven, Britain February 13, 2017. Picture taken February 13, 2017. REUTERS/Phil Noble
BRITAIN-EU/LABOUR
RTSYWNU
February 16, 2017
A marina worker sails past fishing vessels in the harbour in Whitehaven, Britain February 13, 2017. Picture...
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
A marina worker sails past fishing vessels in the harbour in Whitehaven
A marina worker sails past fishing vessels in the harbour in Whitehaven, Britain February 13, 2017. Picture taken February 13, 2017. REUTERS/Phil Noble
BRITAIN-EU/LABOUR
RTSYWNT
February 16, 2017
A woman walks past a mural depicting the story of Gulliver's Travels in Whitehaven, Britain February...
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
A woman walks past a mural depicting the story of Gulliver's Travels in Whitehaven
A woman walks past a mural depicting the story of Gulliver's Travels in Whitehaven, Britain February 13, 2017. Picture taken February 13, 2017. REUTERS/Phil Noble
BRITAIN-EU/LABOUR
RTSYWNS
February 16, 2017
Conservative party candidate Trudy Harrison carries election leaflets as she canvasses voters in Whitehaven,...
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
Conservative party candidate Trudy Harrison carries election leaflets as she canvasses voters in Whitehaven...
Conservative party candidate Trudy Harrison carries election leaflets as she canvasses voters in Whitehaven, Britain February 13, 2017. Picture taken February 13, 2017. REUTERS/Phil Noble
BRITAIN-EU/LABOUR
RTSYWNQ
February 16, 2017
A man cleans a boat at the marina in Whitehaven, Britain February 13, 2017. Picture taken February 13,...
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
A man cleans a boat at the marina in Whitehaven
A man cleans a boat at the marina in Whitehaven, Britain February 13, 2017. Picture taken February 13, 2017. REUTERS/Phil Noble
BRITAIN-EU/LABOUR
RTSYWNP
February 16, 2017
A Union flag flies over a house in Whitehaven, Britain February 13, 2017. Picture taken February 13,...
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
A Union flag flies over a house in Whitehaven, Britain
A Union flag flies over a house in Whitehaven, Britain February 13, 2017. Picture taken February 13, 2017. REUTERS/Phil Noble
BRITAIN-EU/LABOUR
RTSYWNM
February 16, 2017
Conservative party candidate Trudy Harrison (L) carries election leaflets as she canvasses voters in...
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
Conservative party candidate Trudy Harrison carries election leaflets as she canvasses voters in Whitehaven...
Conservative party candidate Trudy Harrison (L) carries election leaflets as she canvasses voters in Whitehaven, Britain February 13, 2017. Picture taken February 13, 2017. REUTERS/Phil Noble
BRITAIN-EU/LABOUR
RTSYWND
February 16, 2017
Conservative party candidate Trudy Harrison carries election leaflets as she canvasses voters in Whitehaven,...
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
Conservative party candidate Trudy Harrison carries election leaflets as she canvasses voters in Whitehaven...
Conservative party candidate Trudy Harrison carries election leaflets as she canvasses voters in Whitehaven, Britain February 13, 2017. Picture taken February 13, 2017. REUTERS/Phil Noble
BRITAIN-EU/LABOUR
RTSYWNC
February 16, 2017
Labour party candidate Gillian Troughton speaks at an election hustings event in Whitehaven, Britain...
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
Labour party candidate Gillian Troughton speaks at an election hustings event in Whitehaven
Labour party candidate Gillian Troughton speaks at an election hustings event in Whitehaven, Britain February 13, 2017. Picture taken February 13, 2017. REUTERS/Phil Noble
BRITAIN-EU/LABOUR
RTSYWN8
February 16, 2017
Conservative party candidate Trudy Harrison speaks at an election hustings event in Whitehaven, Britain...
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
Conservative party candidate Trudy Harrison speaks at an election hustings event in Whitehaven
Conservative party candidate Trudy Harrison speaks at an election hustings event in Whitehaven, Britain February 13, 2017. Picture taken February 13, 2017. REUTERS/Phil Noble
BRITAIN-EU/LABOUR
RTSYWN5
February 16, 2017
A towel with the flag of St George on it dries on a washing line outside a house in Whitehaven, Britain...
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
A towel with the flag of St George on it dries on a washing line outside a house in Whitehaven
A towel with the flag of St George on it dries on a washing line outside a house in Whitehaven, Britain February 13, 2017. Picture taken February 13, 2017. REUTERS/Phil Noble
BRITAIN-EU/LABOUR
RTSYWN0
February 16, 2017
Labour party MP Nick Brown knocks on houses as he supports candidate Gillian Troughton in Whitehaven,...
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
Labour party MP Nick Brown knocks on houses as he supports candidate Gillian Troughton in Whitehaven,...
Labour party MP Nick Brown knocks on houses as he supports candidate Gillian Troughton in Whitehaven, Britain February 13, 2017. Picture taken February 13, 2017. REUTERS/Phil Noble
TOSHIBA-ACCOUNTING/
RTSYKLI
February 14, 2017
A company logo is seen outside the office of NuGen in Whitehaven, Britain February 13, 2017. REUTERS/Phil...
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
A company logo is seen outside the office of NuGen in Whitehaven
A company logo is seen outside the office of NuGen in Whitehaven, Britain February 13, 2017. REUTERS/Phil Noble
TOSHIBA-ACCOUNTING/
RTSYKLE
February 14, 2017
A company logo is seen outside the office of NuGen in Whitehaven, Britain February 13, 2017. REUTERS/Phil...
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
A company logo is seen outside the office of NuGen in Whitehaven
A company logo is seen outside the office of NuGen in Whitehaven, Britain February 13, 2017. REUTERS/Phil Noble
BRITAIN-SHOOTINGS/
RTR2EU1C
June 06, 2010
People attend a memorial service for people killed by killed by gunman Derrick Bird in Whitehaven in...
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
People attend a memorial service for people killed by killed by gunman Derrick Bird in Whitehaven in...
People attend a memorial service for people killed by killed by gunman Derrick Bird in Whitehaven in Cumbria, northwest England, June 6, 2010. Bird was "a loving, cheerful character" who will be missed by family and friends, the two sons of the taxi driver who shot dead 12 people in Cumbria said on Sunday. In their first public statement since their father drove through towns, villages and countryside last Wednesday shooting at people before killing himself in a rural beauty spot, Graeme and Jamie Bird said they did not know why he did it. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW)
BRITAIN-SHOOTINGS/
RTR2EU18
June 06, 2010
The mother of taxi driver Darren Rewcastle, who was killed by gunman Derrick Bird, wipes her face during...
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
The mother of a victim of gunman Derrick Bird wipes her face during a memorial service in Whitehaven...
The mother of taxi driver Darren Rewcastle, who was killed by gunman Derrick Bird, wipes her face during a memorial service for people killed by Bird in Whitehaven in Cumbria, northwest England, June 6, 2010. Bird was "a loving, cheerful character" who will be missed by family and friends, the two sons of the taxi driver who shot dead 12 people in Cumbria said on Sunday. In their first public statement since their father drove through towns, villages and countryside last Wednesday shooting at people before killing himself in a rural beauty spot, Graeme and Jamie Bird said they did not know why he did it. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW)
BRITAIN-SHOOTINGS/
RTR2EU15
June 06, 2010
The immediate family members of taxi driver Darren Rewcastle, who was killed by gunman Derrick Bird,...
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
Family members of victims of gunman Derrick Bird sit together during a memorial service in Whitehaven...
The immediate family members of taxi driver Darren Rewcastle, who was killed by gunman Derrick Bird, sit together during a memorial service for people killed by Bird in Whitehaven in Cumbria, northwest England, June 6, 2010. Bird was "a loving, cheerful character" who will be missed by family and friends, the two sons of the taxi driver who shot dead 12 people in Cumbria said on Sunday. In their first public statement since their father drove through towns, villages and countryside last Wednesday shooting at people before killing himself in a rural beauty spot, Graeme and Jamie Bird said they did not know why he did it. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW)
BRITAIN-SHOOTINGS/
RTR2EU12
June 06, 2010
Mourners bow their heads during a memorial service for people killed by gunman Derrick Bird in Whitehaven...
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
Mourners bow their heads during a memorial service for people killed by gunman Derrick Bird in Whitehaven...
Mourners bow their heads during a memorial service for people killed by gunman Derrick Bird in Whitehaven in Cumbria, northwest England, June 6, 2010. Bird was "a loving, cheerful character" who will be missed by family and friends, the two sons of the taxi driver who shot dead 12 people in Cumbria said on Sunday. In their first public statement since their father drove through towns, villages and countryside last Wednesday shooting at people before killing himself in a rural beauty spot, Graeme and Jamie Bird said they did not know why he did it. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW)
BRITAIN-SHOOTINGS/
RTR2EU10
June 06, 2010
Mourners console each other during a memorial service for people killed by gunman Derrick Bird in Whitehaven...
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
Mourners console each other during a memorial service for people killed by gunman Derrick Bird in Whitehaven...
Mourners console each other during a memorial service for people killed by gunman Derrick Bird in Whitehaven in Cumbria, northwest England, June 6, 2010. Bird was "a loving, cheerful character" who will be missed by family and friends, the two sons of the taxi driver who shot dead 12 people in Cumbria said on Sunday. In their first public statement since their father drove through towns, villages and countryside last Wednesday shooting at people before killing himself in a rural beauty spot, Graeme and Jamie Bird said they did not know why he did it. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW)
BRITAIN-SHOOTINGS/
RTR2EU0Y
June 06, 2010
The mother (C) of taxi driver Darren Rewcastle, who was killed by gunman Derrick Bird, wipes her face...
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
The mother of a victim of gunman Derrick Bird wipes her face during a memorial service in Whitehaven...
The mother (C) of taxi driver Darren Rewcastle, who was killed by gunman Derrick Bird, wipes her face during a memorial service for people killed by Bird in Whitehaven in Cumbria, northwest England, June 6, 2010. Bird was "a loving, cheerful character" who will be missed by family and friends, the two sons of the taxi driver who shot dead 12 people in Cumbria said on Sunday. In their first public statement since their father drove through towns, villages and countryside last Wednesday shooting at people before killing himself in a rural beauty spot, Graeme and Jamie Bird said they did not know why he did it. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW)
BRITAIN-SHOOTINGS/
RTR2EU0F
June 06, 2010
The immediate family members of taxi driver Darren Rewcastle, who was killed by gunman Derrick Bird,...
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
Family members of victims of gunman Derrick Bird console each other during a memorial service in Whitehaven...
The immediate family members of taxi driver Darren Rewcastle, who was killed by gunman Derrick Bird, console each other during a memorial service for people killed by Bird in Whitehaven in Cumbria, northwest England, June 6, 2010. Bird was "a loving, cheerful character" who will be missed by family and friends, the two sons of the taxi driver who shot dead 12 people in Cumbria said on Sunday. In their first public statement since their father drove through towns, villages and countryside last Wednesday shooting at people before killing himself in a rural beauty spot, Graeme and Jamie Bird said they did not know why he did it. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW)
BRITAIN-SHOOTINGS/
RTR2EU07
June 06, 2010
The immediate family members of taxi driver Darren Rewcastle, who was killed by gunman Derrick Bird,...
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
Family members of victims of gunman Derrick Bird console each other during a memorial service in Whitehaven...
The immediate family members of taxi driver Darren Rewcastle, who was killed by gunman Derrick Bird, console each other during a memorial service for people killed by Bird in Whitehaven in Cumbria, northwest England, June 6, 2010. Bird was "a loving, cheerful character" who will be missed by family and friends, the two sons of the taxi driver who shot dead 12 people in Cumbria said on Sunday. In their first public statement since their father drove through towns, villages and countryside last Wednesday shooting at people before killing himself in a rural beauty spot, Graeme and Jamie Bird said they did not know why he did it. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW)
BRITAIN-SHOOTINGS/
RTR2EU05
June 06, 2010
The immediate family members of taxi driver Darren Rewcastle, who was killed by gunman Derrick Bird,...
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
Family members of victims of gunman Derrick Bird console each other during a memorial service in Whitehaven...
The immediate family members of taxi driver Darren Rewcastle, who was killed by gunman Derrick Bird, console each other during a memorial service for people killed by Bird in Whitehaven in Cumbria, northwest England, June 6, 2010. Bird was "a loving, cheerful character" who will be missed by family and friends, the two sons of the taxi driver who shot dead 12 people in Cumbria said on Sunday. In their first public statement since their father drove through towns, villages and countryside last Wednesday shooting at people before killing himself in a rural beauty spot, Graeme and Jamie Bird said they did not know why he did it. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW)
BRITAIN-SHOOTINGS/
RTR2EU02
June 06, 2010
The mother of taxi driver Darren Rewcastle, who was killed by gunman Derrick Bird, wipes her face during...
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
The mother of a victim of gunman Derrick Bird wipes her face during a memorial service in Whitehaven...
The mother of taxi driver Darren Rewcastle, who was killed by gunman Derrick Bird, wipes her face during a memorial service for people killed by Bird in Whitehaven in Cumbria, northwest England, June 6, 2010. Bird was "a loving, cheerful character" who will be missed by family and friends, the two sons of the taxi driver who shot dead 12 people in Cumbria said on Sunday. In their first public statement since their father drove through towns, villages and countryside last Wednesday shooting at people before killing himself in a rural beauty spot, Graeme and Jamie Bird said they did not know why he did it. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW)
BRITAIN-SHOOTINGS/
RTR2ETZY
June 06, 2010
The immediate family members of taxi driver Darren Rewcastle, who was killed by gunman Derrick Bird,...
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
Family members of victims of gunman Derrick Bird console each other during a memorial service in Whitehaven...
The immediate family members of taxi driver Darren Rewcastle, who was killed by gunman Derrick Bird, console each other during a memorial service for people killed by Bird in Whitehaven in Cumbria, northwest England, June 6, 2010. Bird was "a loving, cheerful character" who will be missed by family and friends, the two sons of the taxi driver who shot dead 12 people in Cumbria said on Sunday. In their first public statement since their father drove through towns, villages and countryside last Wednesday shooting at people before killing himself in a rural beauty spot, Graeme and Jamie Bird said they did not know why he did it. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW)
BRITAIN-SHOOTINGS/
RTR2ETZO
June 06, 2010
The immediate family members of taxi driver Darren Rewcastle, who was killed by gunman Derrick Bird,...
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
Family members of victims of gunman Derrick Bird console each other during a memorial service in Whitehaven...
The immediate family members of taxi driver Darren Rewcastle, who was killed by gunman Derrick Bird, console each other during a memorial service for people killed by Bird in Whitehaven in Cumbria, northwest England, June 6, 2010. Bird was "a loving, cheerful character" who will be missed by family and friends, the two sons of the taxi driver who shot dead 12 people in Cumbria said on Sunday. In their first public statement since their father drove through towns, villages and countryside last Wednesday shooting at people before killing himself in a rural beauty spot, Graeme and Jamie Bird said they did not know why he did it. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW)
BRITAIN-SHOOTINGS/
RTR2ETZM
June 06, 2010
The immediate family members of taxi driver Darren Rewcastle, who was killed by gunman Derrick Bird,...
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
Family members of victims of gunman Derrick Bird console each other during a memorial service in Whitehaven...
The immediate family members of taxi driver Darren Rewcastle, who was killed by gunman Derrick Bird, console each other during a memorial service for people killed by Bird in Whitehaven in Cumbria, northwest England, June 6, 2010. Bird was "a loving, cheerful character" who will be missed by family and friends, the two sons of the taxi driver who shot dead 12 people in Cumbria said on Sunday. In their first public statement since their father drove through towns, villages and countryside last Wednesday shooting at people before killing himself in a rural beauty spot, Graeme and Jamie Bird said they did not know why he did it. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW)
BRITAIN-SHOOTING/
RTR2ERFE
June 04, 2010
Cumbria police Chief Constable Craig Mackey speaks to the media, in front of a map showing the timings...
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
Cumbria police Chief Constable Craig Mackey speaks to the media at a news conference in Whitehaven in...
Cumbria police Chief Constable Craig Mackey speaks to the media, in front of a map showing the timings and movements of gunman Derrick Bird, at a news conference in north west England June 4, 2010. Police said on Thursday they may never be able to fully explain why a quiet taxi-driver shot dead 12 people in the scenic Lake District, in Britain's worst gun rampage for years. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW)
BRITAIN-SHOOTING/
RTR2EREO
June 04, 2010
Cumbria police Chief Constable Craig Mackey speaks to the media, in front of a photograph of the area...
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
Cumbria police Chief Constable Craig Mackey speaks to the media at a news conference in Whitehaven in...
Cumbria police Chief Constable Craig Mackey speaks to the media, in front of a photograph of the area of woodland in the Eskdale Valley where gunman Derrick Bird was found after he committed suicide, at a news conference in north west England June 4, 2010. Police said on Thursday they may never be able to fully explain why a quiet taxi-driver shot dead 12 people in the scenic Lake District, in Britain's worst gun rampage for years. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW)
BRITAIN-SHOOTING/
RTR2EREF
June 04, 2010
Cumbria police Chief Constable Craig Mackey speaks to the media, in front of a photograph of the area...
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
Cumbria police Chief Constable Craig Mackey speaks to the media at a news conference in Whitehaven in...
Cumbria police Chief Constable Craig Mackey speaks to the media, in front of a photograph of the area of woodland in the Eskdale Valley where gunman Derrick Bird was found after he committed suicide, at a news conference in north west England June 4, 2010. Police said on Thursday they may never be able to fully explain why a quiet taxi-driver shot dead 12 people in the scenic Lake District, in Britain's worst gun rampage for years. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW)
BRITAIN-SHOOTING/
RTR2ERCV
June 04, 2010
A copy of a Cumbria Police handout photograph shows the area where gunman Derrick Bird was found after...
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
A copy of a Cumbria Police handout photograph shows the area where gunman Derrick Bird was found after...
A copy of a Cumbria Police handout photograph shows the area where gunman Derrick Bird was found after he committed suicide, in woodland in the Eskdale Valley in north west England June 4, 2010. Police said on Thursday they may never be able to fully explain why a quiet taxi-driver shot dead 12 people in the scenic Lake District, in Britain's worst gun rampage for years. REUTERS/Cumbria Police/Handout (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW)
BRITAIN-SHOOTING/
RTR2EQZR
June 04, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron leaves the West Cumberland Hospital after paying a visit to patients...
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron leaves the West Cumberland Hospital after paying a visit to patients...
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron leaves the West Cumberland Hospital after paying a visit to patients who were shot by Derrick Bird, near Whitehaven, north west England June 4, 2010. Cameron visited Cumbria on Friday to talk to senior police investigating why a quiet taxi-driver gunned down 12 people in Britain's worst shooting rampage for years. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW HEALTH)
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June 04, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron leaves the West Cumberland hospital after paying a visit to patients...
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron leaves the West Cumberland hospital after paying a visit to patients...
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron leaves the West Cumberland hospital after paying a visit to patients who were shot by Derrick Bird, near Whitehaven, north west England June 4, 2010. Cameron visited Cumbria on Friday to talk to senior police investigating why a quiet taxi-driver gunned down 12 people in Britain's worst shooting rampage for years. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS HEALTH)
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June 04, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron leaves the West Cumberland hospital after paying a visit to patients...
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron leaves the West Cumberland hospital after paying a visit to patients...
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron leaves the West Cumberland hospital after paying a visit to patients who were shot by Derrick Bird, near Whitehaven, north west England June 4, 2010. Cameron visited Cumbria on Friday to talk to senior police investigating why a quiet taxi-driver gunned down 12 people in Britain's worst shooting rampage for years. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS HEALTH)
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June 04, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron leaves the West Cumberland hospital after paying a visit to patients...
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron leaves the West Cumberland hospital after paying a visit to patients...
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron leaves the West Cumberland hospital after paying a visit to patients who were shot by Derrick Bird, near Whitehaven, north west England June 4, 2010. Cameron visited Cumbria on Friday to talk to senior police investigating why a quiet taxi-driver gunned down 12 people in Britain's worst shooting rampage for years. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW HEALTH)
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June 04, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (C), speaks with the Chairman of Cumbria University Hospitals...
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron speaks with Chairman of Cumbria University Hospitals NHS Trust,...
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (C), speaks with the Chairman of Cumbria University Hospitals NHS Trust, Mike Little (2nd R), as he leaves the West Cumberland hospital after paying a visit to patients who were shot by Derrick Bird, near Whitehaven, north west England June 4, 2010. Cameron visited Cumbria on Friday to talk to senior police investigating why a quiet taxi-driver gunned down 12 people in Britain's worst shooting rampage for years. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW HEALTH)
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June 04, 2010
Floral tributes for Garry Purdham who was shot dead by Derrick Bird are seen at a gate near Gosforth...
WHITEHAVEN, United Kingdom
Floral tributes for Garry Purdham who was shot dead by Derrick Bird are seen at a gate near Gosforth...
Floral tributes for Garry Purdham who was shot dead by Derrick Bird are seen at a gate near Gosforth in Cumbria, north west England June 4, 2010. Prime Minister David Cameron will visit Cumbria Friday to talk to senior police investigating why a quiet taxi-driver gunned down 12 people in Britain's worst shooting rampage for years. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW OBITUARY)
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