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BRITAIN-MEMORIAL/
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March 17, 2015
Author Jeffrey Archer leaves a memorial service for actor and director Richard Attenborough at Westminster...
London, United Kingdom
Author Archer leaves a memorial service for actor and director Richard Attenborough at Westminster Abbey...
Author Jeffrey Archer leaves a memorial service for actor and director Richard Attenborough at Westminster Abbey in London March 17, 2015. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: OBITUARY HEADSHOT)
BRITAIN/
RTX1054S
May 29, 2013
Author Jeffrey Archer (R) and author Charlie Campbell (L) talk before a Victorian Cricket match to commemorate...
London, United Kingdom
Author Archer and author Campbell talk before a Victorian Cricket match to commemorate the 150th anniversary...
Author Jeffrey Archer (R) and author Charlie Campbell (L) talk before a Victorian Cricket match to commemorate the 150th anniversary of Wisden Cricketers' Almanack at Vincent Square in London May 29, 2013. REUTERS/Philip Brown (BRITAIN - Tags: SPORT CRICKET ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
RTX1054Q
May 29, 2013
Author Jeffrey Archer (C) gestures as he acts as an umpire during a Victorian Cricket match to commemorate...
London, United Kingdom
Author Archer gestures as he acts as an umpire during a Victorian Cricket match to commemorate the 150th...
Author Jeffrey Archer (C) gestures as he acts as an umpire during a Victorian Cricket match to commemorate the 150th anniversary of Wisden Cricketers' Almanack at Vincent Square in London May 29, 2013. REUTERS/Philip Brown (BRITAIN - Tags: SPORT CRICKET ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
RTX1054N
May 29, 2013
Author Jeffrey Archer (L-R) talks to Jarrod Kimber and Sam Collins before a Victorian Cricket match to...
London, United Kingdom
Author Archer talks to Kimber and Collins before a Victorian Cricket match to commemorate the 150th anniversary...
Author Jeffrey Archer (L-R) talks to Jarrod Kimber and Sam Collins before a Victorian Cricket match to commemorate the 150th anniversary of Wisden Cricketers' Almanack at Vincent Square in London May 29, 2013. REUTERS/Philip Brown (BRITAIN - Tags: SPORT CRICKET ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
RTX10548
May 29, 2013
Author Jeffrey Archer gestures as he acts as an umpire during a Victorian Cricket match to commemorate...
London, United Kingdom
Author Archer gestures as he acts as an umpire during a Victorian Cricket match to commemorate the 150th...
Author Jeffrey Archer gestures as he acts as an umpire during a Victorian Cricket match to commemorate the 150th anniversary of Wisden Cricketers' Almanack at Vincent Square in London May 29, 2013. REUTERS/Philip Brown (BRITAIN - Tags: SPORT CRICKET ENTERTAINMENT)
ARTS-JEFFREYARCHER/NOVEL
RTR2MAQ4
May 12, 2011
British author Jeffrey Archer poses for a photograph in his flat in London May 5, 2011. At 71, bestselling...
London, United Kingdom
British author Jeffrey Archer poses for a photograph in his flat in London
British author Jeffrey Archer poses for a photograph in his flat in London May 5, 2011. At 71, bestselling British author Jeffrey Archer is tackling his biggest project to date -- a five-novel saga called "The Clifton Chronicles" that sweeps through the 20th century and into the 21st. Photograph taken on May 5, 2011. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY PROFILE)
ARTS-JEFFREYARCHER/NOVEL
RTR2MAQ3
May 12, 2011
British author Jeffrey Archer poses for a photograph in his flat in London May 5, 2011. At 71, bestselling...
London, United Kingdom
British author Jeffrey Archer poses for a photograph in his flat in London
British author Jeffrey Archer poses for a photograph in his flat in London May 5, 2011. At 71, bestselling British author Jeffrey Archer is tackling his biggest project to date -- a five-novel saga called "The Clifton Chronicles" that sweeps through the 20th century and into the 21st. Photograph taken on May 5, 2011. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY PROFILE)
ARTS-JEFFREYARCHER/NOVEL
RTR2MAQ1
May 12, 2011
British author Jeffrey Archer poses for a photograph in his flat in London May 5, 2011. At 71, bestselling...
London, United Kingdom
British author Jeffrey Archer poses for a photograph in his flat in London
British author Jeffrey Archer poses for a photograph in his flat in London May 5, 2011. At 71, bestselling British author Jeffrey Archer is tackling his biggest project to date -- a five-novel saga called "The Clifton Chronicles" that sweeps through the 20th century and into the 21st. Photograph taken on May 5, 2011. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY PROFILE)
ARTS-JEFFREYARCHER/NOVEL
RTR2MAPW
May 12, 2011
British author Jeffrey Archer poses for a photograph in his flat in London May 5, 2011. At 71, bestselling...
London, United Kingdom
British author Jeffrey Archer poses for a photograph in his flat in London
British author Jeffrey Archer poses for a photograph in his flat in London May 5, 2011. At 71, bestselling British author Jeffrey Archer is tackling his biggest project to date -- a five-novel saga called "The Clifton Chronicles" that sweeps through the 20th century and into the 21st. Photograph taken on May 5, 2011. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY PROFILE)
ARTS-JEFFREYARCHER/NOVEL
RTR2MAPT
May 12, 2011
British author Jeffrey Archer poses for a photograph in his flat in London May 5, 2011. At 71, bestselling...
London, United Kingdom
British author Jeffrey Archer poses for a photograph in his flat in London
British author Jeffrey Archer poses for a photograph in his flat in London May 5, 2011. At 71, bestselling British author Jeffrey Archer is tackling his biggest project to date -- a five-novel saga called "The Clifton Chronicles" that sweeps through the 20th century and into the 21st. Photograph taken on May 5, 2011. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY PROFILE)
CRICKET/
RTXSGJK
September 20, 2010
England's Kevin Pietersen (L) watches from a box along with Jeffrey Archer (reading glasses) and Piers...
London, United Kingdom
England's Pietersen watches from a box along with Jeffrey Archer and Piers Morgan during the fourth one-day...
England's Kevin Pietersen (L) watches from a box along with Jeffrey Archer (reading glasses) and Piers Morgan (R) during the fourth one-day international cricket match between England and Pakistan at Lord's cricket ground in London September 20, 2010. REUTERS/Philip Brown (BRITAIN - Tags: SPORT CRICKET)
INDIA
RTXG9K6
May 13, 2009
British novelist Jeffrey Archer speaks during an event in Mumbai May 13, 2009. Archer is in India on...
Mumbai, India
British novelist Jeffrey Archer speaks during an event in Mumbai
British novelist Jeffrey Archer speaks during an event in Mumbai May 13, 2009. Archer is in India on a five-city tour for his latest book "Paths of Glory". REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe (INDIA SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
INDIA
RTXG997
May 13, 2009
British novelist Jeffrey Archer speaks during an event in Mumbai May 13, 2009. Archer is in India on...
Mumbai, India
British novelist Jeffrey Archer speaks during an event in Mumbai
British novelist Jeffrey Archer speaks during an event in Mumbai May 13, 2009. Archer is in India on a five-city tour for his latest book "Paths of Glory". BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe (INDIA SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
INDIA
RTXG96Z
May 13, 2009
British novelist Jeffrey Archer speaks during an event in Mumbai May 13, 2009. Archer is in India on...
Mumbai, India
British novelist Jeffrey Archer speaks during an event in Mumbai
British novelist Jeffrey Archer speaks during an event in Mumbai May 13, 2009. Archer is in India on a five-city tour for his latest book "Paths of Glory". BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe (INDIA SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
PEOPLE-ARCHER/NOVEL
RTXCC2G
March 04, 2009
Author Jeffrey Archer poses for a photograph after speaking to Reuters about his new book "Paths of Glory"...
London, United Kingdom
Author Jeffrey Archer poses for a photograph after speaking to Reuters about his new book "Paths of Glory"...
Author Jeffrey Archer poses for a photograph after speaking to Reuters about his new book "Paths of Glory" in his apartment in London March 3, 2009. Archer seeks to scale Everest in his latest novel, a story based on the life and times of George Mallory whose attempt to climb the world's highest peak in 1924 is still shrouded in mystery. Photo taken March 3, 2009. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN)
PEOPLE-ARCHER/NOVEL
RTXCC24
March 04, 2009
Author Jeffrey Archer poses for a photograph after speaking to Reuters about his new book "Paths of Glory"...
London, United Kingdom
Author Jeffrey Archer poses for a photograph after speaking to Reuters about his new book "Paths of Glory"...
Author Jeffrey Archer poses for a photograph after speaking to Reuters about his new book "Paths of Glory" in his apartment in London March 3, 2009. Archer seeks to scale Everest in his latest novel, a story based on the life and times of George Mallory whose attempt to climb the world's highest peak in 1924 is still shrouded in mystery. Photo taken March 3, 2009. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN)
PEOPLE-ARCHER/NOVEL
RTXCC1Z
March 04, 2009
British author Jeffrey Archer gestures during an interview with Reuters about his new book "Paths of...
London, United Kingdom
British author Jeffrey Archer gestures during an interview with Reuters about his new book "Paths of...
British author Jeffrey Archer gestures during an interview with Reuters about his new book "Paths of Glory" in his apartment in London March 3, 2009. Archer seeks to scale Everest in his latest novel, a story based on the life and times of George Mallory whose attempt to climb the world's highest peak in 1924 is still shrouded in mystery. Photo taken March 3, 2009. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN)
PEOPLE-ARCHER/NOVEL
RTXCC1Y
March 04, 2009
British author Jeffrey Archer gestures during an interview with Reuters about his new book "Paths of...
London, United Kingdom
British author Jeffrey Archer gestures during an interview with Reuters about his new book "Paths of...
British author Jeffrey Archer gestures during an interview with Reuters about his new book "Paths of Glory" in his apartment in London March 3, 2009. Archer seeks to scale Everest in his latest novel, a story based on the life and times of George Mallory whose attempt to climb the world's highest peak in 1924 is still shrouded in mystery. Photo taken March 3, 2009. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN)
PEOPLE-ARCHER/NOVEL
RTXCC1W
March 04, 2009
British author Jeffrey Archer gestures during an interview with Reuters about his new book "Paths of...
London, United Kingdom
British author Jeffrey Archer gestures during an interview with Reuters about his new book "Paths of...
British author Jeffrey Archer gestures during an interview with Reuters about his new book "Paths of Glory" in his apartment in London March 3, 2009. Archer seeks to scale Everest in his latest novel, a story based on the life and times of George Mallory whose attempt to climb the world's highest peak in 1924 is still shrouded in mystery. Photo taken March 3, 2009. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN)
PEOPLE-ARCHER/NOVEL
RTXCC1O
March 04, 2009
British author Jeffrey Archer gestures during an interview with Reuters about his new book "Paths of...
London, United Kingdom
British author Jeffrey Archer gestures during an interview with Reuters about his new book "Paths of...
British author Jeffrey Archer gestures during an interview with Reuters about his new book "Paths of Glory" in his apartment in London March 3, 2009. Archer seeks to scale Everest in his latest novel, a story based on the life and times of George Mallory whose attempt to climb the world's highest peak in 1924 is still shrouded in mystery. Photo taken March 3, 2009. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN)
ARCHER-JUDAS/ITALY
RTR1NOUT
March 20, 2007
British novelist Jeffrey Archer signs an autograph on his new book "Il Vangelo secondo Giuda di Beniamino...
Rome, Italy
British novelist Jeffrey Archer signs autograph on his new book "The Gospel According to Judas" during...
British novelist Jeffrey Archer signs an autograph on his new book "Il Vangelo secondo Giuda di Beniamino Iscariota " (The Gospel According to Judas) during the world presentation in Rome March 20, 2007. The book, a "scholarly researched work of fiction," takes the view that Judias did not betray Christ but was himself betrayed. Presented as a "gospel" written by Judas' son Benjamin Iscariot, it says Judas loved Jesus and tried to save him from death but was himself framed. Archer wrote it with world renowned Bibilcal scholar Father Francis Moloney. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY)
ARCHER-JUDAS/ITALY
RTR1NOUS
March 20, 2007
Copies of a new book of British novelist Jeffrey Archer, "The Gospel According to Judas," are shown during...
Rome, Italy
Copies of new book of British novelist Jeffrey Archer "The Gospel According to Judas" are shown during...
Copies of a new book of British novelist Jeffrey Archer, "The Gospel According to Judas," are shown during the world presentation in Rome March 20, 2007. The book, a "scholarly researched work of fiction," takes the view that Judias did not betray Christ but was himself betrayed. Presented as a "gospel" written by Judas' son Benjamin Iscariot, it says Judas loved Jesus and tried to save him from death but was himself framed. Archer wrote it with world renowned Bibilcal scholar Father Francis Moloney. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY)
ARCHER-JUDAS/ITALY
RTR1NOUP
March 20, 2007
British novelist Jeffrey Archer looks on during the world presentation of his new book "The Gospel According...
Rome, Italy
British novelist Jeffrey Archer looks on during the world presentation of his new book "The Gospel According...
British novelist Jeffrey Archer looks on during the world presentation of his new book "The Gospel According to Judas" in Rome March 20, 2007. The book, a "scholarly researched work of fiction," takes the view that Judias did not betray Christ but was himself betrayed. Presented as a "gospel" written by Judas' son Benjamin Iscariot, it says Judas loved Jesus and tried to save him from death but was himself framed. Archer wrote it with world renowned Bibilcal scholar Father Francis Moloney. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY)
ARCHER-JUDAS/ITALY
RTR1NOUM
March 20, 2007
British novelist Jeffrey Archer looks on during the world presentation of his new book "The Gospel According...
Rome, Italy
British novelist Jeffrey Archer looks on during the world presentation of his new book "The Gospel According...
British novelist Jeffrey Archer looks on during the world presentation of his new book "The Gospel According to Judas" in Rome March 20, 2007. The book, a "scholarly researched work of fiction," takes the view that Judias did not betray Christ but was himself betrayed. Presented as a "gospel" written by Judas' son Benjamin Iscariot, it says Judas loved Jesus and tried to save him from death but was himself framed. Archer wrote it with world renowned Bibilcal scholar Father Francis Moloney. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY)
ARCHER - JUDAS / ITALY
RTR1NOUK
March 20, 2007
British novelist Jeffrey Archer speaks during the world presentation of his new book "The Gospel According...
Rome, Italy
British novelist Jeffrey Archer speaks during the world presentation of his new book "The Gospel According...
British novelist Jeffrey Archer speaks during the world presentation of his new book "The Gospel According to Judas" in Rome March 20, 2007. The book, a "scholarly researched work of fiction," takes the view that Judias did not betray Christ but was himself betrayed. Presented as a "gospel" written by Judas' son Benjamin Iscariot, it says Judas loved Jesus and tried to save him from death but was himself framed. Archer wrote it with world renowned Bibilcal scholar Father Francis Moloney. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY)
BRITAIN
RTR19DI5
October 13, 2005
British novelist Jeffrey Archer (R) and his wife Mary arrive for the 80th birthday celebration of Britain's...
London
Jeffrey Archer and his wife Mary arrive for the 80th birthday celebration of Britain's former prime minister...
British novelist Jeffrey Archer (R) and his wife Mary arrive for the 80th birthday celebration of Britain's former prime minister Margaret Thatcher at the Mandarin Oriental hotel in London October 13, 2005. REUTERS/Stephen Hird
ARCHER
RTXM79L
September 18, 2003
British novelist Jeffrey Archer addresses the Howard League for Penal Reform's conference 'After Crime'...
Oxford, UK
British novelist Jeffrey Archer addresses the Howard League for Penal Reform's conference 'After Cri.....
British novelist Jeffrey Archer addresses the Howard League for Penal Reform's conference 'After Crime' in Oxford, September 18, 2003. [Former Conservative party deputy chairman Archer, who was jailed in 2001 for perjury and perverting the cause of justice, called on Thursday for illiterate prisoners to be refused parole unless they pass a reading and writing test. The British government announced on Thursday it will remove the remaining 92 hereditary peers from the House of Lords and bar anyone with a criminal conviction from sitting there - a move which disqualifies Archer. ]
ARCHER
RTXM79K
September 18, 2003
British novelist Jeffrey Archer addresses the Howard League for Penal Reform's conference 'After Crime'...
Oxford, UK
British novelist Jeffrey Archer addresses the Howard League for Penal Reform's conference 'After Cri.....
British novelist Jeffrey Archer addresses the Howard League for Penal Reform's conference 'After Crime' in Oxford, September 18, 2003. [Former Conservative party deputy chairman Archer, who was jailed in 2001 for perjury and perverting the cause of justice, called on Thursday for illiterate prisoners to be refused parole unless they pass a reading and writing test. The British government announced on Thursday it will remove the remaining 92 hereditary peers from the House of Lords and bar anyone with a criminal conviction from sitting there - a move which disqualifies Archer. ]
PEOPLE ARCHER
RTR37AT
September 18, 2003
William Archer, son of British novelist Jeffrey Archer, listens to his
address to the Howard League...
Oxford, United Kingdom of Great Britain
SON OF BRITISH NOVELIST ARCHER, WILLIAM, LISTENS TO HIS ADDRESS TO
CONFERENCE ON PENAL REFORM IN OXFORD....
William Archer, son of British novelist Jeffrey Archer, listens to his
address to the Howard League for Penal Reform's conference 'After
Crime' in Oxford, September 18, 2003. Former Conservative party deputy
chairman Archer, who was jailed in 2001 for perjury and perverting the
cause of justice, called on Thursday for illiterate prisoners to be
refused parole unless they pass a reading and writing test. The British
government announced on Thursday it will remove the remaining 92
hereditary peers from the House of Lords and bar anyone with a criminal
conviction from sitting there - a move which disqualifies Archer.
REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

PKM/ASA/thi
RTR3798
September 18, 2003
British novelist Jeffrey Archer addresses the Howard League for Penal
Reform's conference 'After Crime'...
United Kingdom
BRITISH NOVELIST ARCHER ADDRESSES CONFERENCE ON PENAL REFORM IN OXFORD.
British novelist Jeffrey Archer addresses the Howard League for Penal
Reform's conference 'After Crime' in Oxford, September 18, 2003. Former
Conservative party deputy chairman Archer, who was jailed in 2001 for
perjury and perverting the cause of justice, called on Thursday for
illiterate prisoners to be refused parole unless they pass a reading
and writing test. The British government announced on Thursday it will
remove the remaining 92 hereditary peers from the House of Lords and
bar anyone with a criminal conviction from sitting there - a move which
disqualifies Archer. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

PKM/ASA
PEOPLE ARCHER
RTR378V
September 18, 2003
British novelist Jeffrey Archer addresses the Howard League for Penal
Reform's conference 'After Crime'...
Oxford, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITISH NOVELIST ARCHER ADDRESSES CONFERENCE ON PENAL REFORM IN OXFORD.
British novelist Jeffrey Archer addresses the Howard League for Penal
Reform's conference 'After Crime' in Oxford, September 18, 2003. Former
Conservative party deputy chairman Archer, who was jailed in 2001 for
perjury and perverting the cause of justice, called on Thursday for
illiterate prisoners to be refused parole unless they pass a reading
and writing test. The British government announced on Thursday it will
remove the remaining 92 hereditary peers from the House of Lords and
bar anyone with a criminal conviction from sitting there - a move which
disqualifies Archer. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

PKM/ASA
PEOPLE ARCHER
RTR376W
September 18, 2003
British novelist Jeffrey Archer addresses the Howard League for Penal
Reform's conference 'After Crime'...
Oxford, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITISH NOVELIST ARCHER ADDRESSES CONFERENCE ON PENAL REFORM IN OXFORD.
British novelist Jeffrey Archer addresses the Howard League for Penal
Reform's conference 'After Crime' in Oxford, September 18, 2003. Former
Conservative party deputy chairman Archer, who was jailed in 2001 for
perjury and perverting the cause of justice, called on Thursday for
illiterate prisoners to be refused parole unless they pass a reading
and writing test. The British government announced on Thursday it will
remove the remaining 92 hereditary peers from the House of Lords and
bar anyone with a criminal conviction from sitting there - a move which
disqualifies Archer. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

PKM/ASA
PEOPLE ARCHER
RTR375V
September 18, 2003
British novelist Jeffrey Archer addresses the Howard League for Penal
Reform's conference 'After Crime'...
Oxford, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITISH NOVELIST ARCHER ADDRESSES CONFERENCE ON PENAL REFORM IN OXFORD.
British novelist Jeffrey Archer addresses the Howard League for Penal
Reform's conference 'After Crime' in Oxford, September 18, 2003. Former
Conservative party deputy chairman Archer, who was jailed in 2001 for
perjury and perverting the cause of justice, called on Thursday for
illiterate prisoners to be refused parole unless they pass a reading
and writing test. The British government announced on Thursday it will
remove the remaining 92 hereditary peers from the House of Lords and
bar anyone with a criminal conviction from sitting there - a move which
disqualifies Archer. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

PKM/ASA
PEOPLE ARCHER
RTR36XP
September 18, 2003
British novelist Jeffrey Archer arrives in Oxford to address the Howard
League for Penal Reform's conference...
Oxford, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITISH NOVELIST ARCHER ARRIVES IN OXFORD TO ADDRESS CONFERENCE ON
PENAL REFORM.
British novelist Jeffrey Archer arrives in Oxford to address the Howard
League for Penal Reform's conference 'After Crime', September 18, 2003.
Former Conservative party deputy chairman Archer, who was jailed in
2001 for perjury and perverting the cause of justice, will call on
Thursday for illiterate prisoners to be refused parole unless they pass
a reading and writing test. The British government announced on
Thursday it will remove the remaining 92 hereditary peers from the
House of Lords and bar anyone with a criminal conviction from sitting
there - a move which disqualifies Archer. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

PKM/ASA
ARCHER
RTXM2TZ
July 21, 2003
Britain's Jeffrey Archer (L) is greeted by his wife Mary after his release from [Hollesley Bay Prison],...
Cambridge, UK
Britain's Jeffrey Archer (L) is greeted by his wife Mary after his release from [Hollesley Bay Priso.....
Britain's Jeffrey Archer (L) is greeted by his wife Mary after his release from [Hollesley Bay Prison], at his Granchester home in Cambridgeshire, July 21, 2003. British novelist and disgraced [Conservative Party politician Jeffrey Archer walked free from jail on Monday after serving just two years of his four-year sentence for perjury and perverting the course of justice.]
CRIME BRITAIN ARCHER
RTRS5H
July 21, 2003
Britain's Jeffrey Archer leaves a Probation Office in Stockwell
following a meeting in London, July...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITAIN'S ARCHER LEAVES MEETING AT PROBATION OFFICE IN STOCKWELL.
Britain's Jeffrey Archer leaves a Probation Office in Stockwell
following a meeting in London, July 21, 2003. Archer, Britain's
disgraced Conservative Party politician and novelist, walked free from
jail on Monday after serving two years of a four year sentence for
perjury and perverting the course of justice. REUTERS/Hugo Philpott

NMB/CVI
CRIME BRITAIN ARCHER
RTRS56
July 21, 2003
Britain's Jeffrey Archer arrives for a meeting at a Probation Office
surrounded by journalists in Stockwell,...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITAIN'S ARCHER ARRIVES FOR MEETING AT PROBATION OFFICE IN STOCKWELL.
Britain's Jeffrey Archer arrives for a meeting at a Probation Office
surrounded by journalists in Stockwell, London July 21, 2003. Archer,
Britain's disgraced Conservative Party politician and novelist, walked
free from jail on Monday after serving two years of a four year
sentence for perjury and perverting the course of justice. REUTERS/Hugo
Philpott

NMB/CVI
CRIME BRITAIN ARCHER
RTRS2Z
July 21, 2003
Britain's Jeffrey Archer leaves home after his release from Hollesley
Bay Prison, in Granchester in...
Cambridge, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITAIN'S ARCHER LEAVES HIS HOME IN GRANTCHESTER IN CAMBRIDGESHIRE.
Britain's Jeffrey Archer leaves home after his release from Hollesley
Bay Prison, in Granchester in Cambridgeshire, July 21, 2003. British
novelist and disgraced Conservative Party politician Jeffrey Archer
walked free from jail on Monday after serving just two years of his
four-year sentence for perjury and perverting the course of justice.
REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

PKM/ASA/WS
CRIME BRITAIN ARCHER
RTRS1G
July 21, 2003
Britain's Jeffrey Archer (R) arrives with his son William at his home
in central London after his release...
Cambridge, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITAIN'S ARCHER ARRIVES WITH SON WILLIAM AT HIS HOME IN CENTRAL
LONDON.
Britain's Jeffrey Archer (R) arrives with his son William at his home
in central London after his release from Hollesley Bay Prison, July 21,
2003. British novelist and disgraced Conservative Party politician
Jeffrey Archer walked free from jail on Monday after serving just two
years of his four-year sentence for perjury and perverting the course
of justice. REUTERS/Lee Besford

ASA
CRIME BRITAIN ARCHER
RTRS0G
July 21, 2003
Britain's Jeffrey Archer arrives at his home in central London after
his release from Hollesley Bay...
Cambridge, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITAIN'S ARCHER ARRIVES AT HIS HOME IN CENTRAL LONDON.
Britain's Jeffrey Archer arrives at his home in central London after
his release from Hollesley Bay Prison, July 21, 2003. British novelist
and disgraced Conservative Party politician Jeffrey Archer walked free
from jail on Monday after serving just two years of his four-year
sentence for perjury and perverting the course of justice. REUTERS/Lee
Besford

ASA
CRIME BRITAIN ARCHER
RTRRWH
July 21, 2003
Britain's Jeffrey Archer (R) is driven from his home by son William (L)
with wife Mary (C) after his...
Cambridge, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITAIN'S ARCHER IS DRIVEN FROM HIS HOME IN GRANTCHESTER IN
CAMBRIDGESHIRE.
Britain's Jeffrey Archer (R) is driven from his home by son William (L)
with wife Mary (C) after his release from Hollesley Bay Prison, in
Granchester in Cambridgeshire, July 21, 2003. British novelist and
disgraced Conservative Party politician Jeffrey Archer walked free from
jail on Monday after serving just two years of his four-year sentence
for perjury and perverting the course of justice. REUTERS/Peter
Macdiarmid

PKM/ASA
CRIME BRITAIN ARCHER
RTRRRG
July 21, 2003
Britain's Jeffrey Archer (L) moves in to greet his wife Mary after his
release from Hollesley Bay Prison,...
Cambridge, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITAIN'S ARCHER IS GREETED BY HIS WIFE MARY AFTER ARRIVING HOME IN
GRANTCHESTER IN CAMBRIDGESHIRE.
Britain's Jeffrey Archer (L) moves in to greet his wife Mary after his
release from Hollesley Bay Prison, at his Granchester home in
Cambridgeshire, July 21, 2003. British novelist and disgraced
Conservative Party politician Jeffrey Archer walked free from jail on
Monday after serving just two years of his four-year sentence for
perjury and perverting the course of justice. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

PKM/ASA
CRIME BRITAIN ARCHER
RTRRPB
July 21, 2003
Britain's Jeffrey Archer (L) is greeted by his wife Mary (C) and son
William after his release from...
Cambridge, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITAIN'S ARCHER IS GREETED BY HIS WIFE MARY AFTER ARRIVING HOME IN
GRANTCHESTER IN CAMBRIDGESHIRE.
Britain's Jeffrey Archer (L) is greeted by his wife Mary (C) and son
William after his release from Hollesley Bay Prison, at his Granchester
home in Cambridgeshire, July 21, 2003. British novelist and disgraced
Conservative Party politician Jeffrey Archer walked free from jail on
Monday after serving just two years of his four-year sentence for
perjury and perverting the course of justice. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

PKM/ASA
CRIME BRITAIN ARCHER
RTRROR
July 21, 2003
Britain's Jeffrey Archer (L) is greeted by his wife Mary after his
release from Hollesley Bay Prison,...
Cambridge, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITAIN'S ARCHER IS GREETED BY HIS WIFE MARY AFTER ARRIVING HOME IN
GRANTCHESTER IN CAMBRIDGESHIRE.
Britain's Jeffrey Archer (L) is greeted by his wife Mary after his
release from Hollesley Bay Prison, at his Granchester home in
Cambridgeshire, July 21, 2003. British novelist and disgraced
Conservative Party politician Jeffrey Archer walked free from jail on
Monday after serving just two years of his four-year sentence for
perjury and perverting the course of justice. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

PKM/ASA
CRIME BRITAIN ARCHER
RTRROL
July 21, 2003
Britain's Jeffrey Archer (L) is greeted by his wife Mary after his
release from Hollesley Bay Prison,...
Cambridge, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITAIN'S ARCHER IS GREETED BY HIS WIFE MARY AFTER ARRIVING HOME IN
GRANTCHESTER IN CAMBRIDGESHIRE.
Britain's Jeffrey Archer (L) is greeted by his wife Mary after his
release from Hollesley Bay Prison, at his Granchester home in
Cambridgeshire, July 21, 2003. British novelist and disgraced
Conservative Party politician Jeffrey Archer walked free from jail on
Monday after serving just two years of his four-year sentence for
perjury and perverting the course of justice. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

PKM/ASA
CRIME BRITAIN ARCHER
RTRRO5
July 21, 2003
Britain's Jeffrey Archer (L) is greeted by his wife Mary (C) and son
William after his release from...
Cambridge, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITAIN'S ARCHER IS GREETED BY HIS WIFE MARY AFTER ARRIVING HOME IN
GRANTCHESTER IN CAMBRIDGESHIRE.
Britain's Jeffrey Archer (L) is greeted by his wife Mary (C) and son
William after his release from Hollesley Bay Prison, at his Granchester
home in Cambridgeshire, July 21, 2003. British novelist and disgraced
Conservative Party politician Jeffrey Archer walked free from jail on
Monday after serving just two years of his four-year sentence for
perjury and perverting the course of justice. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

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July 21, 2003
Britain's Jeffrey Archer (L) is greeted by his wife Mary after his
release from Hollesley Bay Prison,...
Cambridge, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITAIN'S ARCHER IS GREETED BY HIS WIFE MARY AFTER ARRIVING HOME IN
GRANTCHESTER IN CAMBRIDGESHIRE.
Britain's Jeffrey Archer (L) is greeted by his wife Mary after his
release from Hollesley Bay Prison, at his Granchester home in
Cambridgeshire, July 21, 2003. British novelist and disgraced
Conservative Party politician Jeffrey Archer walked free from jail on
Monday after serving just two years of his four-year sentence for
perjury and perverting the course of justice. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

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CRIME BRITAIN ARCHER
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July 21, 2003
Britain's Lord Archer (L) is greeted by his wife Mary after his release from
Hollesley Bay Prison, at...
Cambridge, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITAIN'S LORD ARCHER IS GREETED BY HIS WIFE MARY IN CAMBRIDGESHIRE.
Britain's Lord Archer (L) is greeted by his wife Mary after his release from
Hollesley Bay Prison, at his Granchester home in Cambridgeshire, July 21,
2003. British novelist and disgraced Conservative Party politician Jeffrey
Archer was freed on parole on Monday after serving just two years of his
four-year sentence for perjury and perverting the course of justice. Archer
was jailed for four years in 2001 for lying in a libel trial against a
newspaper which said he had had sex with a prostitute. Pictures of the
month July 2003 REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

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July 21, 2003
Britain's Jeffery Archer (L) is greeted by his wife Mary after his
release from Hollesley Bay Prison,...
Cambridge, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITAIN'S ARCHER KISSES HIS WIFE MARY AFTER ARRIVING HOME IN
GRANTCHESTER IN CAMBRIDGESHIRE.
Britain's Jeffery Archer (L) is greeted by his wife Mary after his
release from Hollesley Bay Prison, at his Granchester home in
Cambridgeshire, July 21, 2003. British novelist and disgraced
Conservative Party politician Jeffrey Archer walked free from jail on
Monday after serving just two years of his four-year sentence for
perjury and perverting the course of justice. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

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July 21, 2003
Britain's Lord Archer (R) leaves Hollesley Bay Prison in the company of
his son William in Suffolk,...
Ipswich, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITAIN'S LORD ARCHER LEAVES HOLLESLEY BAY PRISON IN SUFFOLK.
Britain's Lord Archer (R) leaves Hollesley Bay Prison in the company of
his son William in Suffolk, east England, July 21, 2003. British
novelist and disgraced Conservative Party politician Jeffrey Archer was
freed on parole on Monday after serving just two years of his four-year
sentence for perjury and perverting the course of justice. Archer was
jailed for four years in 2001 for lying in a libel trial against a
newspaper which said he had had sex with a prostitute. REUTERS/Stephen
Hird

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CRIME BRITAIN ARCHER
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July 21, 2003
Britain's Lord Archer (R) leaves Hollesley Bay Prison in the company of
his son William in Suffolk,...
Ipswich, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITAIN'S LORD ARCHER LEAVES HOLLESLEY BAY PRISON IN SUFFOLK.
Britain's Lord Archer (R) leaves Hollesley Bay Prison in the company of
his son William in Suffolk, east England, July 21, 2003. British
novelist and disgraced Conservative Party politician Jeffrey Archer was
freed on parole on Monday after serving just two years of his four-year
sentence for perjury and perverting the course of justice. Archer was
jailed for four years in 2001 for lying in a libel trial against a
newspaper which said he had had sex with a prostitute. REUTERS/Stephen
Hird

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CRIME BRITAIN ARCHER
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July 21, 2003
Britain's Lord Archer leaves Hollesley Bay Prison in Suffolk, east
England, July 21, 2003. British novelist...
Ipswich, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITAIN'S LORD ARCHER LEAVES HOLLESLEY BAY PRISON IN SUFFOLK.
Britain's Lord Archer leaves Hollesley Bay Prison in Suffolk, east
England, July 21, 2003. British novelist and disgraced Conservative
Party politician Jeffrey Archer was freed on parole on Monday after
serving just two years of his four-year sentence for perjury and
perverting the course of justice. Archer was jailed for four years in
2001 for lying in a libel trial against a newspaper which said he had
had sex with a prostitute. REUTERS/Stephen Hird

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CRIME BRITAIN ARCHER
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July 21, 2003
Britain's Lord Archer (R) leaves Hollesley Bay Prison in the company of
his son William in Suffolk,...
Ipswich, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITAIN'S LORD ARCHER LEAVES HOLLESLEY BAY PRISON IN SUFFOLK.
Britain's Lord Archer (R) leaves Hollesley Bay Prison in the company of
his son William in Suffolk, east England, July 21, 2003. British
novelist and disgraced Conservative Party politician Jeffrey Archer
walked free form jail on Monday after serving just two years of his
four-year sentence for perjury and perverting the course of justice.
REUTERS/Stephen Hird

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CRIME BRITAIN ARCHER
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July 21, 2003
Britain's Lord Archer leaves Hollesley Bay Prison in Suffolk, east
England, July 21, 2003. British novelist...
Ipswich, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITAIN'S LORD ARCHER LEAVES HOLLESLEY BAY PRISON IN SUFFOLK.
Britain's Lord Archer leaves Hollesley Bay Prison in Suffolk, east
England, July 21, 2003. British novelist and disgraced Conservative
Party politician Jeffrey Archer walked free form jail on Monday after
serving just two years of his four-year sentence for perjury and
perverting the course of justice. REUTERS/Stephen Hird

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ARCHER
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October 23, 2002
Lady Archer, wife of disgraced former Conservative [MP Jeffrey Archer], arrives at Bury St Edmunds industrial...
London, UK
Lady Archer, wife of disgraced former Conservative [MP Jeffrey Archer], arrives at Bury St Edmunds i.....
Lady Archer, wife of disgraced former Conservative [MP Jeffrey Archer], arrives at Bury St Edmunds industrial tribunal court, October 23, 2002. Lady Archer is defending a claim by her former personal assistant [Jane Williams] of unfair dismissal after 13 years service.
BRITAIN
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October 23, 2002
Lady Archer, wife of disgraced former Conservative MP Jeffrey Archer,
arrives at Bury St Edmunds industrial...
London, UK
LADY MARY ARCHER ARRIVES FOR AN INDUSTRIAL TRIBUNAL HEARING AT BURY ST
EDMUNDS.
Lady Archer, wife of disgraced former Conservative MP Jeffrey Archer,
arrives at Bury St Edmunds industrial tribunal court, October 23, 2002.
Lady Archer is defending a claim by her former personal assistant Jane
Williams of unfair dismissal after 13 years service. REUTERS/Kieran
Doherty

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BRITAIN
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October 23, 2002
Lady Archer, wife of disgraced former Conservative MP Jeffrey Archer,
arrives at Bury St Edmunds industrial...
London, UK
LADY MARY ARCHER ARRIVES FOR AN INDUSTRIAL TRIBUNAL HEARING AT BURY ST
EDMUNDS.
Lady Archer, wife of disgraced former Conservative MP Jeffrey Archer,
arrives at Bury St Edmunds industrial tribunal court, October 23, 2002.
Lady Archer is defending a claim by her former personal assistant Jane
Williams of unfair dismissal after 13 years service. REUTERS/Kieran
Doherty

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ARCHER
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July 22, 2002
James Archer, [son of disgraced former Conservative MP Lord Jeffrey Archer] arrives at the High Court...
London, UK
James Archer, [son of disgraced former Conservative MP Lord Jeffrey Archer] arrives at the High Cour.....
James Archer, [son of disgraced former Conservative MP Lord Jeffrey Archer] arrives at the High Court July 22 2002. [Millionaire British author and politician Lord Archer was refused permission on Monday to appeal against his conviction for perjury and perverting the course of justice.]
BRITAIN
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July 22, 2002
James Archer, son of disgraced former Conservative MP Lord Jeffrey
Archer arrives at the High Court...
London, UK
JAMES ARCHER ARRIVES AT THE HIGH COURT IN LONDON.
James Archer, son of disgraced former Conservative MP Lord Jeffrey
Archer arrives at the High Court July 22 2002. Millionaire British
author and politician Lord Archer was refused permission on Monday to
appeal against his conviction for perjury and perverting the course of
justice. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty REUTERS/Kieran Doherty

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BRITAIN ARCHER
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July 22, 2002
William Archer, son of disgraced British former Conservative MP Lord
Jeffrey Archer arrives at the High...
London, UK
SON OF BRITAIN'S LORD ARCHER, WILLIAM, ARRIVES AT THE HIGH COURT IN
LONDON.
William Archer, son of disgraced British former Conservative MP Lord
Jeffrey Archer arrives at the High Court in London, July 22 2002.
Millionaire British author and politician Archer was refused permission
on Monday to appeal against his conviction for perjury and perverting
the course of justice. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty

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