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TENNIS-WIMBLEDON/
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July 09, 2018
Tennis - Wimbledon - All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, London, Britain - July 9, 2018. Chris...
London, United Kingdom
Wimbledon
Tennis - Wimbledon - All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, London, Britain - July 9, 2018. Chris Evans, editor of the Daily Telegraph, sits in the Royal Box on Centre Court. REUTERS/Toby Melville
BRITAIN/
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February 05, 2013
Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne leaves Downing Street in central London February...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne leaves Downing Street in central London
Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne leaves Downing Street in central London February 5, 2013. Osborne was among three senior Conservative ministers who wrote to the Daily Telegraph appealing to party members of parliament to drop opposition to plans to allow gay marriage in England and Wales. REUTERS/Neil Hall (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS)
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February 05, 2013
Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne leaves Downing Street in central London February...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne leaves Downing Street in central London
Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne leaves Downing Street in central London February 5, 2013. Osborne was among three senior Conservative ministers who wrote to the Daily Telegraph appealing to party members of parliament to drop opposition to plans to allow gay marriage in England and Wales. REUTERS/Neil Hall (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS)
BRITAIN/
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February 05, 2013
Britain's Foreign Secretary William Hague leaves Downing Street in central London February 5, 2013. Hague...
Westminster, United Kingdom
Britain's Foreign Secretary William Hague leaves Downing Street in central London
Britain's Foreign Secretary William Hague leaves Downing Street in central London February 5, 2013. Hague was among three senior Conservative ministers who wrote to the Daily Telegraph appealing to party members of parliament to drop opposition to plans to allow gay marriage in England and Wales. REUTERS/Neil Hall (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS)
BRITAIN/
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February 05, 2013
Britain's Foreign Secretary William Hague leaves Downing Street in central London February 5, 2013. Hague...
Westminster, United Kingdom
Britain's Foreign Secretary William Hague leaves Downing Street in central London
Britain's Foreign Secretary William Hague leaves Downing Street in central London February 5, 2013. Hague was among three senior Conservative ministers who wrote to the Daily Telegraph appealing to party members of parliament to drop opposition to plans to allow gay marriage in England and Wales. REUTERS/Neil Hall (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS)
BRITAIN/
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February 05, 2013
Britain's Home Secretary Theresa May leaves Downing Street in central London February 5, 2013. May was...
Westminster, United Kingdom
Britain's Home Secretary Theresa May leaves Downing Street in central London
Britain's Home Secretary Theresa May leaves Downing Street in central London February 5, 2013. May was among three senior Conservative ministers who wrote to the Daily Telegraph appealing to party members of parliament to drop opposition to plans to allow gay marriage in England and Wales. REUTERS/Neil Hall (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS)
BRITAIN/
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February 05, 2013
Britain's Home Secretary Theresa May leaves Downing Street in central London February 5, 2013. May was...
Westminster, United Kingdom
Britain's Home Secretary Theresa May leaves Downing Street in central London
Britain's Home Secretary Theresa May leaves Downing Street in central London February 5, 2013. May was among three senior Conservative ministers who wrote to the Daily Telegraph appealing to party members of parliament to drop opposition to plans to allow gay marriage in England and Wales. REUTERS/Neil Hall (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS)
BRITAIN-PRESS/REGULATOR
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December 04, 2012
The editor of The Daily Telegraph Tony Gallagher (L) and the editor of The Independent Chris Blackhurst...
London, United Kingdom
The editor of The Daily Telegraph Gallagher and editor of The Independent Blackhurst arrive in Downing...
The editor of The Daily Telegraph Tony Gallagher (L) and the editor of The Independent Chris Blackhurst arrive in Downing Street in London, December 4, 2012. British Prime Minister David Cameron told a meeting of newspaper editors on Tuesday they needed to set up an independent press regulator urgently. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
BRITAIN-PRESS/REGULATOR
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December 04, 2012
The editor of The Daily Telegraph Tony Gallagher arrives in Downing Street in London, December 4, 2012....
London, United Kingdom
The editor of The Daily Telegraph Tony Gallagher arrives in Downing Street in London
The editor of The Daily Telegraph Tony Gallagher arrives in Downing Street in London, December 4, 2012. British Prime Minister David Cameron told a meeting of newspaper editors on Tuesday they needed to set up an independent press regulator urgently. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
BRITAIN-PRESS/REGULATOR
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December 04, 2012
The editor of The Daily Telegraph Tony Gallagher (L) and the editor of The Independent Chris Blackhurst...
London, United Kingdom
The editor of The Daily Telegraph Gallagher and editor of The Independent Blackhurst arrive in Downing...
The editor of The Daily Telegraph Tony Gallagher (L) and the editor of The Independent Chris Blackhurst arrive in Downing Street in London, December 4, 2012. British Prime Minister David Cameron told a meeting of newspaper editors on Tuesday they needed to set up an independent press regulator urgently. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
BRITAIN-MEDIA/REGULATION
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January 10, 2012
Tony Gallagher, editor of Britain's Daily Telegraph newspaper, leaves the Leveson Inquiry at the High...
London, United Kingdom
Tony Gallagher, editor of Britain's Daily Telegraph newspaper, leaves at the Leveson Inquiry at the High...
Tony Gallagher, editor of Britain's Daily Telegraph newspaper, leaves the Leveson Inquiry at the High Court in central London, January 10, 2012. The British judge overseeing the investigation into media ethics sparked by a phone hacking scandal has indicated that he expects to see a complete overhaul of the regulations imposed on the industry. Lord Justice Brian Leveson suggested he would not go as far as calling for any kind of state regulation however.REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
BRITAIN-LEVESON
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January 10, 2012
Tony Gallagher, editor of Britain's Daily Telegraph newspaper, arrives at the Leveson Inquiry at the...
London, United Kingdom
Tony Gallagher, editor of Britain's Daily Telegraph newspaper, arrives at the Leveson Inquiry at the...
Tony Gallagher, editor of Britain's Daily Telegraph newspaper, arrives at the Leveson Inquiry at the High Court in central London, January 10, 2012. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
NEWSCORP/
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July 16, 2011
The Times, Sun, Guardian, Financial Times, Independent, Daily Mail, and Daily Telegraph newspapers are...
London, United Kingdom
The Times, the Sun, the Guardian, the Financial Times, the Independent, the Daily Mail, and the Daily...
The Times, Sun, Guardian, Financial Times, Independent, Daily Mail, and Daily Telegraph newspapers are displayed featuring an apology from News Corp chairman and chief executive officer Rupert Murdoch, in London July 16, 2011. "We are sorry," Rupert Murdoch said in British newspapers on Saturday, as News Corp tried to quell the uproar over a phone-hacking scandal that has shaken the company and claimed its top two newspaper executives. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS POLITICS)
NEWSCORP/
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July 16, 2011
The Times, Sun, Guardian, Financial Times, Independent, Daily Mail, and Daily Telegraph newspapers are...
London, United Kingdom
The Times, the Sun, the Guardian, the Financial Times, the Independent, the Daily Mail, and the Daily...
The Times, Sun, Guardian, Financial Times, Independent, Daily Mail, and Daily Telegraph newspapers are displayed featuring an apology from News Corp chairman and chief executive officer Rupert Murdoch, in London July 16, 2011. "We are sorry," Rupert Murdoch said in British newspapers on Saturday, as News Corp tried to quell the uproar over a phone-hacking scandal that has shaken the company and claimed its top two newspaper executives. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS POLITICS)
NEWSCORP-AUSTRALIA/
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July 13, 2011
Photo illustration shows some of the mastheads published by News Limited, the Australian arm of Rupert...
Sydney, Australia
Photo illustration shows some of the mastheads published by News Limited, the Australian arm of Rupert...
Photo illustration shows some of the mastheads published by News Limited, the Australian arm of Rupert Murdoch's newspaper empire July 12, 2011. News Limited has vowed to investigate all editorial payments to contributors and third parties over the last three years, according to a letter from News Limited CEO, John Hartigan, that was published by one of the company's online news sites Wednesday. The announcement was made as the News International telephone hacking scandal in the UK continued to unfold. Picture taken July 12, 2011. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: MEDIA CRIME LAW)
LIBYA-PLANE/REPORT
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March 22, 2011
A U.S. Air Force F-15E Strike Eagle fighter jet taxis before taking off from the NATO airbase in Aviano...
Aviano, Italy
A U.S. Air Force F-15 Eagle fighter jet taxis before taking off from the NATO airbase in Aviano
A U.S. Air Force F-15E Strike Eagle fighter jet taxis before taking off from the NATO airbase in Aviano March 21, 2011. A U.S. warplane has crashed in a Libyan field after an apparent mechanical failure and its pilot has been rescued by rebels, Britain's Daily Telegraph newspaper reported on its website on Tuesday. The plane is an F-15E Eagle, the Telegraph added in a report from a correspondent on the ground in Libya. Picture taken on March 21, 2011.
REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo (ITALY - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY CONFLICT)
LIBYA-BRITAIN/FUND
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March 09, 2011
A pedestrian walks past a building housing the Dalia Advisory offices, in central London March 9, 2011....
London, United Kingdom
A pedestrian walks past a building housing the Dalia Advisory offices in central London
A pedestrian walks past a building housing the Dalia Advisory offices, in central London March 9, 2011. According to the Daily Telegraph, Dalia operates as a "front company" for the Libyan Investment Authority (LIA), which owns stakes in a clutch of European bluechips ranging from Italian bank UniCredit to British publisher Pearson. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
PAKISTAN/
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December 01, 2010
Workers climb on utility poles as they repair electricity cables on a street in Lahore December 1, 2010....
Lahore, Pakistan
Workers climb on utility poles as they repair electricity cables on a street in Lahore
Workers climb on utility poles as they repair electricity cables on a street in Lahore December 1, 2010. REUTERS/Mohsin Raza (PAKISTAN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT IMAGES OF THE DAY)
RUSSIA-USA/SPIES
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July 02, 2010
The Daily Telegraph newspaper, featuring a front page interview with the ex-husband of accused Russian...
London, United Kingdom
Daily Telegraph newspaper, featuring a front page interview with the ex-husband of accused Russian spy...
The Daily Telegraph newspaper, featuring a front page interview with the ex-husband of accused Russian spy Anna Chapman, is seen at a kiosk in London July 2, 2010. Chapman, one of 10 arrested, was denied bail on Monday in New York after U.S. authorities said they broke up a spy ring that carried out deep-cover work in the United States to recruit political sources and gather information for the Russian government. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW MILITARY POLITICS)
RUSSIA-USA/SPIES
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July 02, 2010
A passenger reads the Daily Telegraph newspaper, featuring a front page interview with the ex-husband...
London, United Kingdom
Passenger reads the Daily Telegraph newspaper, featuring a front page interview with the ex-husband of...
A passenger reads the Daily Telegraph newspaper, featuring a front page interview with the ex-husband of accused Russian spy Anna Chapman, on the underground in London July 2, 2010. Chapman, one of 10 arrested, was denied bail on Monday in New York after U.S. authorities said they broke up a spy ring that carried out deep-cover work in the United States to recruit political sources and gather information for the Russian government. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW MILITARY POLITICS)
RUSSIA-USA/SPIES
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July 02, 2010
A passenger reads the Daily Telegraph newspaper, featuring a front page interview with the ex-husband...
London, United Kingdom
Passenger reads the Daily Telegraph newspaper, featuring a front page interview with the ex-husband of...
A passenger reads the Daily Telegraph newspaper, featuring a front page interview with the ex-husband of accused Russian spy Anna Chapman, on the underground in London July 2, 2010. Chapman, one of 10 arrested, was denied bail on Monday in New York after U.S. authorities said they broke up a spy ring that carried out deep-cover work in the United States to recruit political sources and gather information for the Russian government. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW MILITARY POLITICS)
RUSSIA-USA/SPIES
RTR2G0DT
July 02, 2010
A passenger reads the Daily Telegraph newspaper, featuring a front page interview with the ex-husband...
London, United Kingdom
Passenger reads the Daily Telegraph newspaper, featuring a front page interview with the ex-husband of...
A passenger reads the Daily Telegraph newspaper, featuring a front page interview with the ex-husband of accused Russian spy Anna Chapman, on the underground in London July 2, 2010. Chapman, one of 10 arrested, was denied bail on Monday in New York after U.S. authorities said they broke up a spy ring that carried out deep-cover work in the United States to recruit political sources and gather information for the Russian government. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW MILITARY POLITICS)
AFGHANISTAN/
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February 15, 2010
District Governor Habibullah addresses the Shura of Elders during a gathering in Showal, Helmand province...
SHOWAL, Afghanistan
District Governor Habibullah addresses the Shura of Elders during a gathering in Showal, Helmand province...
District Governor Habibullah addresses the Shura of Elders during a gathering in Showal, Helmand province February 14, 2010. Picture taken February 14, 2010. REUTERS/Julian Simmonds/Daily Telegraph (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: CONFLICT SOCIETY)
AFGHANISTAN/
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February 15, 2010
Private Aziz Watandosd, 22, of 2nd Company 1st Battalion, 201st Corp of the Afghan National Army holds...
SHOWAL, Afghanistan
Private Aziz Watandosd of the Afghan National Army holds the Afghan national flag with his comrades after...
Private Aziz Watandosd, 22, of 2nd Company 1st Battalion, 201st Corp of the Afghan National Army holds the Afghan national flag with his comrades after the Taliban's white flag in the former Taliban stronghold of central Showal February 15, 2010. The area was secured by British ISAF and Afghan forces. REUTERS/Julian Simmonds/Daily Telegraph/Pool (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: MILITARY CONFLICT)
AFGHANISTAN/
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February 15, 2010
Private Aziz Watandosd, 22, of 2nd Company 1st Battalion, 201st Corp of the Afghan National Army holds...
SHOWAL, Afghanistan
Private Aziz Watandosd holds the Taliban's white flag after removing it to raise the Afghan national...
Private Aziz Watandosd, 22, of 2nd Company 1st Battalion, 201st Corp of the Afghan National Army holds the Taliban's white flag after removing it to raise the Afghan national flag in the former Taliban stronghold of central Showal February 15, 2010. The area was secured by British ISAF and Afghan forces. REUTERS/Julian Simmonds/Daily Telegraph/Pool (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: MILITARY CONFLICT)
AFGHANISTAN/
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February 15, 2010
Private Aziz Watandosd, 22, of 2nd Company 1st Battalion, 201st Corp of the Afghan National Army looks...
SHOWAL, Afghanistan
Private Aziz Watandosd looks on after climbing a crane to raise the Afghan national flag after removing...
Private Aziz Watandosd, 22, of 2nd Company 1st Battalion, 201st Corp of the Afghan National Army looks on after climbing a crane to raise the Afghan national flag after removing the Taliban's white flag in the former Taliban stronghold of central Showal February 15, 2010. The area was secured by British ISAF and Afghan forces. REUTERS/Julian Simmonds/Daily Telegraph/Pool (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: MILITARY CONFLICT)
CANADA/
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August 17, 2009
A woman pushes a baby pram while walking along a dirt road at dusk in Iqaluit, Nunavut on Baffin Island...
Iqaluit, Canada
A woman pushes a baby pram while walking along a dirt road at dusk in Iqaluit, Nunavut on Baffin Island...
A woman pushes a baby pram while walking along a dirt road at dusk in Iqaluit, Nunavut on Baffin Island in the Canadian Arctic August 16, 2009. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT IMAGES OF THE DAY)
BRITAIN/
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May 15, 2009
A television cameraman films outside Britain's Justice Minister Shahid Malik's house in Dewsbury, northern...
Dewsbury, United Kingdom
A television cameraman films outside Britain's Justice Minister Shahid Malik's house in Dewsbury, nothern...
A television cameraman films outside Britain's Justice Minister Shahid Malik's house in Dewsbury, northern England May 15, 2009. Malik is one of a number of MPs to have their expenses scrutinised in the Daily Telegraph, local media reported. REUTERS/Nigel Roddis (BRITAIN SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
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May 15, 2009
Britain's Justice Minister Shahid Malik speaks to members of the media at his house in Dewsbury, northern...
Dewsbury, United Kingdom
Britain's Justice Minister Malik speaks to the media at his house in Dewsbury, nothern England
Britain's Justice Minister Shahid Malik speaks to members of the media at his house in Dewsbury, northern England May 15, 2009. Malik is one of a number of MPs to have their expenses scrutinised in the Daily Telegraph, local media reported. REUTERS/Nigel Roddis (BRITAIN SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
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May 15, 2009
Britain's Justice Minister Shahid Malik speaks to members of the media at his house in Dewsbury, northern...
Dewsbury, United Kingdom
Britain's Justice Minister Malik speaks to the media at his house in Dewsbury, nothern England
Britain's Justice Minister Shahid Malik speaks to members of the media at his house in Dewsbury, northern England May 15, 2009. Malik is one of a number of MPs to have their expenses scrutinised in the Daily Telegraph, local media reported. REUTERS/Nigel Roddis (BRITAIN SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
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May 15, 2009
Britain's Justice Minister Shahid Malik speaks to members of the media at his house in Dewsbury, northern...
Dewsbury, United Kingdom
Britain's Justice Minister Malik speaks to the media at his house in Dewsbury, nothern England
Britain's Justice Minister Shahid Malik speaks to members of the media at his house in Dewsbury, northern England May 15, 2009. Malik is one of a number of MPs to have their expenses scrutinised in the Daily Telegraph, local media reported. REUTERS/Nigel Roddis (BRITAIN SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
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May 15, 2009
Britain's Justice Minister Shahid Malik speaks to members of the media at his house in Dewsbury, northern...
Dewsbury, United Kingdom
Britain's Justice Minister Malik speaks to the media at his house in Dewsbury, nothern England
Britain's Justice Minister Shahid Malik speaks to members of the media at his house in Dewsbury, northern England May 15, 2009. Malik is one of a number of MPs to have their expenses scrutinised in the Daily Telegraph, local media reported. REUTERS/Nigel Roddis (BRITAIN SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
RTXH5DA
May 15, 2009
Britain's Justice Minister Shahid Malik speaks to members of the media at his house in Dewsbury, northern...
Dewsbury, United Kingdom
Britain's Justice Minister Malik speaks to the media at his house in Dewsbury, nothern England
Britain's Justice Minister Shahid Malik speaks to members of the media at his house in Dewsbury, northern England May 15, 2009. Malik is one of a number of MPs to have their expenses scrutinised in the Daily Telegraph, local media reported. REUTERS/Nigel Roddis (BRITAIN SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
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May 15, 2009
Britain's Justice Minister Shahid Malik speaks to members of the media at his house in Dewsbury, northern...
Dewsbury, United Kingdom
Britain's Justice Minister Malik speaks to the media at his house in Dewsbury, nothern England
Britain's Justice Minister Shahid Malik speaks to members of the media at his house in Dewsbury, northern England May 15, 2009. Malik is one of a number of MPs to have their expenses scrutinised in the Daily Telegraph, local media reported. REUTERS/Nigel Roddis (BRITAIN SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
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May 15, 2009
Britain's Justice Minister Shahid Malik speaks to members of the media at his house in Dewsbury, northern...
Dewsbury, United Kingdom
Britain's Justice Minister Malik speaks to the media at his house in Dewsbury, nothern England
Britain's Justice Minister Shahid Malik speaks to members of the media at his house in Dewsbury, northern England May 15, 2009. Malik is one of a number of MPs to have their expenses scrutinised in the Daily Telegraph, local media reported. REUTERS/Nigel Roddis (BRITAIN SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
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May 14, 2009
The Southwark house of Labour MP Elliot Morley is seen in Kennington, London May 14, 2009. A former...
London, United Kingdom
The Southwark house of Labour MP Elliot Morley is seen in London
The Southwark house of Labour MP Elliot Morley is seen in Kennington, London May 14, 2009. A former Labour government minister has apologised after claiming more than 16,000 pounds ($24, 234) for a mortgage that was already paid off in the latest embarrassing revelation over parliamentary expenses. Morley had continued to claim mortgage interest payments on his constituency home in Scunthorpe for more than 18 months after the loan was repaid, the Daily Telegraph reported. REUTERS/Stephen Hird (BRITAIN POLITICS)
INDIA
RTXB4WG
February 02, 2009
Rubina Ali, (R), who played the character of young Latika in the film "Slumdog Millionaire," plays with...
Mumbai, India
Rubina, who acted in 'Slumdog Millionaire" plays with a skipping rope at a slum where she resides in...
Rubina Ali, (R), who played the character of young Latika in the film "Slumdog Millionaire," plays with a skipping rope at a slum where she resides in the northern suburb of Bandra in Mumbai January 27, 2009. Earlier this week Britain's Daily Telegraph quoted the parents of Rubina Ali and Azharuddin Ismail, who play slum kids Latika and Salim respectively, complaining that their children had not been cared for properly by the movie's makers. Producer Christian Colson, who believed that figures quoted in the British press were inaccurate, said "Immediately after we cast the kids, we put in place a plan of action for their future welfare, over and above the money we paid them; we did that in consultation with their parents." Picture taken January 27, 2009. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA)
INDIA
RTXB4WE
February 02, 2009
Rubina Ali, who played the character of young Latika in the film "Slumdog Millionaire," visits a neighbour...
Mumbai, India
Rubina, who acted in 'Slumdog Millionaire" plays with a friend at slum in the northern suburb of Bandra...
Rubina Ali, who played the character of young Latika in the film "Slumdog Millionaire," visits a neighbour at a slum where she resides in the northern suburb of Bandra in Mumbai January 27, 2009. Earlier this week Britain's Daily Telegraph quoted the parents of Rubina Ali and Azharuddin Ismail, who play slum kids Latika and Salim respectively, complaining that their children had not been cared for properly by the movie's makers. Producer Christian Colson, who believed that figures quoted in the British press were inaccurate, said "Immediately after we cast the kids, we put in place a plan of action for their future welfare, over and above the money we paid them; we did that in consultation with their parents." Picture taken January 27, 2009. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA)
INDIA
RTXB4W8
February 02, 2009
Rubina Ali, (R), who played the character of young Latika in the film "Slumdog Millionaire," visits a...
Mumbai, India
Rubina, who acted in 'Slumdog Millionaire" plays with a friend at slum in the northern suburb of Bandra...
Rubina Ali, (R), who played the character of young Latika in the film "Slumdog Millionaire," visits a neighbour at a slum where she resides in the northern suburb of Bandra in Mumbai January 27, 2009. Earlier this week Britain's Daily Telegraph quoted the parents of Rubina Ali and Azharuddin Ismail, who play slum kids Latika and Salim respectively, complaining that their children had not been cared for properly by the movie's makers. Producer Christian Colson, who believed that figures quoted in the British press were inaccurate, said "Immediately after we cast the kids, we put in place a plan of action for their future welfare, over and above the money we paid them; we did that in consultation with their parents." Picture taken January 27, 2009. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA)
INDIA
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January 30, 2009
Rubina Ali, who played the character of young Latika in the film "Slumdog Millionaire," walks through...
Mumbai, India
Rubina Ali, who acted in "Slumdog Millionaire," walks through a slum where she resides in Mumbai
Rubina Ali, who played the character of young Latika in the film "Slumdog Millionaire," walks through a slum where she resides in the northern suburb of Bandra in Mumbai January 27, 2009. Earlier this week Britain's Daily Telegraph quoted the parents of Rubina Ali and Azharuddin Ismail, who play slum kids Latika and Salim respectively, complaining that their children had not been cared for properly by the movie's makers. Producer Christian Colson, who believed that figures quoted in the British press were inaccurate, said "Immediately after we cast the kids, we put in place a plan of action for their future welfare, over and above the money we paid them; we did that in consultation with their parents." Picture taken January 27, 2009. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA)
INDIA
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January 30, 2009
Rubina Ali, who played the character of young Latika in the film "Slumdog Millionaire," visits a neighbour...
Mumbai, India
Rubina Ali, who acted in "Slumdog Millionaire," visits a neighbour at a slum where she resides in the...
Rubina Ali, who played the character of young Latika in the film "Slumdog Millionaire," visits a neighbour at a slum where she resides in the northern suburb of Bandra in Mumbai January 27, 2009. Earlier this week Britain's Daily Telegraph quoted the parents of Rubina Ali and Azharuddin Ismail, who play slum kids Latika and Salim respectively, complaining that their children had not been cared for properly by the movie's makers. Producer Christian Colson, who believed that figures quoted in the British press were inaccurate, said "Immediately after we cast the kids, we put in place a plan of action for their future welfare, over and above the money we paid them; we did that in consultation with their parents." Picture taken January 27, 2009. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA)
INDIA
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January 30, 2009
Rubina Ali (C), who acted as the character of young Latika in the film "Slumdog Millionaire," plays with...
Mumbai, India
Rubina, who acted in "Slumdog Millionaire," plays with a friend at slum in the northern suburb of Bandra...
Rubina Ali (C), who acted as the character of young Latika in the film "Slumdog Millionaire," plays with a friend at a neighbouring house at a slum in the northern suburb of Bandra in Mumbai January 27, 2009. Earlier this week Britain's Daily Telegraph quoted the parents of Rubina Ali and Azharuddin Ismail, who play slum kids Latika and Salim respectively, complaining that their children had not been cared for properly by the movie's makers. Producer Christian Colson, who believed that figures quoted in the British press were inaccurate, said "Immediately after we cast the kids, we put in place a plan of action for their future welfare, over and above the money we paid them; we did that in consultation with their parents." Picture taken January 27, 2009. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA)
INDIA
RTR2426D
January 30, 2009
Rubina Ali, who played the character of young Latika in the film "Slumdog Millionaire," stands in her...
Mumbai, India
Rubina Ali of "Slumdog Millionaire" stands in her residence at a slum in Mumbai
Rubina Ali, who played the character of young Latika in the film "Slumdog Millionaire," stands in her residence at a slum in the northern suburb of Bandra in Mumbai January 27, 2009. Earlier this week Britain's Daily Telegraph quoted the parents of Rubina Ali and Azharuddin Ismail, who play slum kids Latika and Salim respectively, complaining that their children had not been cared for properly by the movie's makers. Producer Christian Colson, who believed that figures quoted in the British press were inaccurate, said "Immediately after we cast the kids, we put in place a plan of action for their future welfare, over and above the money we paid them; we did that in consultation with their parents." Picture taken January 27, 2009. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA)
FILM-SLUMDOG/
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January 30, 2009
Rubina Ali (C) , who acted in 'Slumdog Millionaire", walks through a slum where she resides in the northern...
Mumbai, India
Rubina Ali of Slumdog Millionaire walks through a slum where she resides in Mumbai
Rubina Ali (C) , who acted in 'Slumdog Millionaire", walks through a slum where she resides in the northern suburb of Bandra in Mumbai January 27, 2009. Earlier this week Britain's Daily Telegraph quoted the parents of Rubina Ali and Azharuddin Ismail, who play slum kids Latika and Salim respectively, complaining that their children had not been cared for properly by the movie's makers. Producer Christian Colson, who believed that figures quoted in the British press were inaccurate, said "Immediately after we cast the kids, we put in place a plan of action for their future welfare, over and above the money we paid them; we did that in consultation with their parents." Picture taken January 27, 2009. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA)
FILM-SLUMDOG/
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January 30, 2009
Rubina Ali, who acted in 'Slumdog Millionaire", removes her shoes after returning from school at her...
Mumbai, India
Rubina Ali of Slumdog Millionaire returns from school to her residence at a slum in Mumbai
Rubina Ali, who acted in 'Slumdog Millionaire", removes her shoes after returning from school at her residence at a slum in the northern suburb of Bandra in Mumbai January 27, 2009. Earlier this week Britain's Daily Telegraph quoted the parents of Rubina Ali and Azharuddin Ismail, who play slum kids Latika and Salim respectively, complaining that their children had not been cared for properly by the movie's makers. Producer Christian Colson, who believed that figures quoted in the British press were inaccurate, said "Immediately after we cast the kids, we put in place a plan of action for their future welfare, over and above the money we paid them; we did that in consultation with their parents." Picture taken January 27, 2009. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA)
FILM-SLUMDOG/
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January 30, 2009
Rubina Ali, who acted in 'Slumdog Millionaire" looks out from her residence at a slum in the northern...
Mumbai, India
Rubina Ali of Slumdog Millionaire looks out from her residence at a slum in Mumbai
Rubina Ali, who acted in 'Slumdog Millionaire" looks out from her residence at a slum in the northern suburb of Bandra in Mumbai January 27, 2009. Earlier this week Britain's Daily Telegraph quoted the parents of Rubina Ali and Azharuddin Ismail, who play slum kids Latika and Salim respectively, complaining that their children had not been cared for properly by the movie's makers. Producer Christian Colson, who believed that figures quoted in the British press were inaccurate, said "Immediately after we cast the kids, we put in place a plan of action for their future welfare, over and above the money we paid them; we did that in consultation with their parents." Picture taken January 27, 2009. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA)
FILM-SLUMDOG/
RTR241B0
January 30, 2009
Rubina Ali (C), who acted in 'Slumdog Millionaire", skips a rope at a slum where she resides in the northern...
Mumbai, India
Rubina Ali of Slumdog Millionaire skips a rope at a slum where she resides in Mumbai
Rubina Ali (C), who acted in 'Slumdog Millionaire", skips a rope at a slum where she resides in the northern suburb of Bandra in Mumbai January 27, 2009. Earlier this week Britain's Daily Telegraph quoted the parents of Rubina Ali and Azharuddin Ismail, who play slum kids Latika and Salim respectively, complaining that their children had not been cared for properly by the movie's makers. Producer Christian Colson, who believed that figures quoted in the British press were inaccurate, said "Immediately after we cast the kids, we put in place a plan of action for their future welfare, over and above the money we paid them; we did that in consultation with their parents." Picture taken January 27, 2009. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA)
FILM-SLUMDOG/
RTR241AZ
January 30, 2009
Rubina Ali (L), who acted in 'Slumdog Millionaire" visits a neighbour at a slum where she resides in...
Mumbai, India
Rubina Ali of Slumdog Millionaire visits a neighbour at a slum where she resides in Mumbai
Rubina Ali (L), who acted in 'Slumdog Millionaire" visits a neighbour at a slum where she resides in the northern suburb of Bandra in Mumbai January 27, 2009. Earlier this week Britain's Daily Telegraph quoted the parents of Rubina Ali and Azharuddin Ismail, who play slum kids Latika and Salim respectively, complaining that their children had not been cared for properly by the movie's makers. Producer Christian Colson, who believed that figures quoted in the British press were inaccurate, said "Immediately after we cast the kids, we put in place a plan of action for their future welfare, over and above the money we paid them; we did that in consultation with their parents." Picture taken January 27, 2009. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA)
BRITAIN-JERSEY/
RTX601I
May 21, 2008
A tooth found in the basement of a former care home in Haut De La Garenne is displayed at a press conference,...
Haut De La Garenne, United Kingdom
A tooth found in the basement of a former care home is displayed at a press conference, in Jersey
A tooth found in the basement of a former care home in Haut De La Garenne is displayed at a press conference, in Jersey on May 21, 2008. Police in Jersey said on Wednesday that the discovery of human remains beneath a former care home at the centre of a child abuse inquiry could lead to a murder investigation. The island's deputy police chief Lenny Harper said some of the bone fragments showed signs of having been cut and burned in a fireplace. Six milk teeth and 30 bone fragments, mostly thought to have come from children, were identified during tests on tonnes of material found in the cellars, he added. REUTERS/Geoff Pugh/Daily Telegraph/Pool
CANADA/
RTR1MADN
February 11, 2007
A general view of the Quebec town of Herouxville, February 11, 2007. A Muslim group of women met with...
HEROUXVILLE, Canada
The Quebec town of Herouxville is seen prior to meeting with Muslim women
A general view of the Quebec town of Herouxville, February 11, 2007. A Muslim group of women met with the residents to voice their objection to the town council's recently passed code of social norms that new immigrants would have to adhere to. REUTERS/Shaun Best (CANADA)
LEISURE FASHION
RTRNKKH
September 12, 2005
Designer Diane von Furstenberg helps comfort Daily Telegraph fashion director Hilary Alexander after...
New York, UNITED STATES
Designer Diane von Furstenberg helps comfort Daily Telegraph fashion director Hilary Alexander after...
Designer Diane von Furstenberg helps comfort Daily Telegraph fashion director Hilary Alexander after lights fell on her head at Fashion Week in New York. Designer Diane von Furstenberg (L) helps to comfort Hilary Alexander (R), fashion director at the Daily Telegraph, after some lights fell on her head at the end of von Furstenberg's fashion show in New York on Septmeber 11, 2005. REUTERS/Seth Wenig
LEISURE FASHION
RTRNKJE
September 12, 2005
Hilary Alexander, fashion director at The Daily Telegraph, puts bottle of water on her head after lights...
New York, UNITED STATES
Hilary Alexander, fashion director at The Daily Telegraph, puts bottle of water on her head after ......
Hilary Alexander, fashion director at The Daily Telegraph, puts bottle of water on her head after lights fell on her at Fashion Week in New York. Hilary Alexander, fashion director at British newspaper The Daily Telegraph, puts a cold bottle of water on her head after some lights fell on her at the end of Diane von Furstenberg's fashion show in New York on Septmeber 11, 2005. REUTERS/Seth Wenig
ASA
RTRFROR
June 28, 2005
Britain's Queen Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh inspect a guard of honour in front of Nelson's ship...
Portsmouth
Britain's Queen Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh inspect a guard of honour in front of Nelson's ship...
Britain's Queen Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh inspect a guard of honour in front of Nelson's ship HMS Victory at Portsmouth in southern England. Britain's Queen Elizabeth (2nd R) and the Duke of Edinburgh (L) inspect a guard of honour with First Sea Lord Admiral Sir John West (R) in front of HMS Victory, the ship sailed in by Admiral Horatio Nelson during the Battle of Trafalgar, at Portsmouth in southern England, June 28, 2005. Britain celebrated the 200th anniversary of one of its greatest naval victories on Tuesday but a descendant of Admiral Horatio Nelson said the Battle of Trafalgar bicentenary was trying too hard not to offend historical enemies. REUTERS/Ian Jones/The Daily Telegraph/Pool
ASA
RTRFRMK
June 28, 2005
Britain's Queen Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh inspect a guard of honour in front of Nelson's ship...
Portsmouth
Britain's Queen Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh inspect a guard of honour in front of Nelson's ship...
Britain's Queen Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh inspect a guard of honour in front of Nelson's ship HMS Victory at Portsmouth in southern England. Britain's Queen Elizabeth (C) inspects a guard of honour in front of HMS Victory, the ship sailed in by Admiral Horatio Nelson during the Battle of Trafalgar, at Portsmouth in southern England, June 28, 2005. Britain celebrated the 200th anniversary of one of its greatest naval victories on Tuesday but a descendant of Admiral Horatio Nelson said the Battle of Trafalgar bicentenary was trying too hard not to offend historical enemies. REUTERS/Ian Jones/The Daily Telegraph/Pool
BRITAIN ELECTION
RTR8HM5
April 18, 2005
Britain's Respect Party's leader George Galloway canvasses for support outside a primary school in London's...
London, UK
Britain's Respect Party's leader Galloway canvasses for support outside a primary school in London's...
Britain's Respect Party's leader George Galloway canvasses for support outside a primary school in London's east end April 18, 2005. Britain's Court of Appeal has said on Monday the Daily Telegraph could challenge a decision that it had libelled politician Galloway for saying he was "in the pay" of deposed Iraq ruler Saddam Hussein REUTERS/Kieran Doherty KD/RUS
BRITAIN ELECTION
RTR8HEU
April 18, 2005
A young boy holds Respect Party leaflets as party leader George Galloway (unseen) canvasses for support...
London, UK
Britain's Respect Party's leader Galloway canvasses for support outside a primary school in London's...
A young boy holds Respect Party leaflets as party leader George Galloway (unseen) canvasses for support outside Mile End tube station in London's East End April 18, 2005. Britain's Court of Appeal has said on Monday the Daily Telegraph could challenge a decision that it had libelled politician Galloway for saying he was "in the pay" of deposed Iraq ruler Saddam Hussein REUTERS/Kieran Doherty KD/RUS
BRITAIN ELECTION
RTR8HDS
April 18, 2005
A young boy holds Respect Party leaflets as party leader George Galloway (back) canvasses for support...
London, UK
Britain's Respect Party's leader Galloway canvasses for support outside a primary school in London's...
A young boy holds Respect Party leaflets as party leader George Galloway (back) canvasses for support outside Mile End tube station in London's east end April 18, 2005. Britain's Court of Appeal has said on Monday the Daily Telegraph could challenge a decision that it had libelled politician Galloway for saying he was "in the pay" of deposed Iraq ruler Saddam Hussein REUTERS/Kieran Doherty KD/RUS
BRITAIN ELECTION
RTR8HD8
April 18, 2005
The Respect Party's George Galloway canvasses for support outside Mile End tube station in London's east...
London, UK
The Respect Party's Galloway canvasses for support outside Mile End tube station in London's East end....
The Respect Party's George Galloway canvasses for support outside Mile End tube station in London's east end April 18, 2005. Britain's Court of Appeal has said on Monday the Daily Telegraph could challenge a decision that it had libelled politician Galloway for saying he was "in the pay" of deposed Iraq ruler Saddam Hussein REUTERS/Kieran Doherty KD/RUS
BRITAIN ELECTION
RTR8HD3
April 18, 2005
The Respect Party's George Galloway pats his rosette as he canvasses for support outside a primary school...
London, UK
The Respect Party's Galloway canvasses for support outside a primary school in London's East End.
The Respect Party's George Galloway pats his rosette as he canvasses for support outside a primary school in London's East End April 18, 2005. Britain's Court of Appeal has said on Monday the Daily Telegraph could challenge a decision that it had libelled politician Galloway for saying he was "in the pay" of deposed Iraq ruler Saddam Hussein REUTERS/Kieran Doherty KD/RUS
BRITAIN ELECTION
RTR8HC9
April 18, 2005
Britain's Respect Party's leader George Galloway hands out a leaflet as he canvasses for support during...
London, UK
The Respect Party's Galloway canvasses for support outside a primary school in London's East End.
Britain's Respect Party's leader George Galloway hands out a leaflet as he canvasses for support during general election campaigning outside a primary school in London's East End April 18, 2005. Britain's Court of Appeal has said on Monday the Daily Telegraph could challenge a decision that it had libelled politician Galloway for saying he was "in the pay" of deposed Iraq ruler Saddam Hussein REUTERS/Kieran Doherty KD/RUS
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