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BRITAIN-EU/
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October 21, 2019
Britain's Conservative MP John Redwood walks outside Downing Street ahead of government's attempt to...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Conservative MP John Redwood walks outside Downing Street in London
Britain's Conservative MP John Redwood walks outside Downing Street ahead of government's attempt to win the backing of MPs for Brexit deal, in London, October 21, 2019. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-EU/
RTS2S5A4
October 21, 2019
Britain's Conservative MP John Redwood walks outside Downing Street ahead of government's attempt to...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Conservative MP John Redwood walks outside Downing Street in London
Britain's Conservative MP John Redwood walks outside Downing Street ahead of government's attempt to win the backing of MPs for Brexit deal, in London, October 21, 2019. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-EU/
RTS2S5A1
October 21, 2019
Britain's Conservative MP John Redwood walks outside Downing Street ahead of government's attempt to...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Conservative MP John Redwood walks outside Downing Street in London
Britain's Conservative MP John Redwood walks outside Downing Street ahead of government's attempt to win the backing of MPs for Brexit deal, in London, October 21, 2019. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-EU/PARLIAMENT
RTS2O77L
August 28, 2019
British Conservative MP John Redwood speaks to the media outside the Houses of the Parliament in London,...
London, United Kingdom
British Conservative MP John Redwood speaks to the media outside the Houses of the Parliament in London...
British Conservative MP John Redwood speaks to the media outside the Houses of the Parliament in London, Britain August 28, 2019. REUTERS/Henry Nicholls
USA-SPORT/
RTX6XO13
June 02, 2019
Jun 2, 2019; Foxboro , MA, USA; Redwoods LC defense John Sexton (46) controls the ball during the first...
Foxboro, UNITED STATES
PLL: Atlas LC vs Redwood LC
Jun 2, 2019; Foxboro , MA, USA; Redwoods LC defense John Sexton (46) controls the ball during the first half against the Atlas LC at Gillette Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Greg M. Cooper-USA TODAY Sports
USA-SPORT/
RTX6XNQU
June 02, 2019
Jun 2, 2019; Foxboro , MA, USA; Redwoods LC defense John Sexton (46) controls the ball during the first...
Foxboro, UNITED STATES
PLL: Atlas LC vs Redwood LC
Jun 2, 2019; Foxboro , MA, USA; Redwoods LC defense John Sexton (46) controls the ball during the first half against the Atlas LC at Gillette Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Greg M. Cooper-USA TODAY Sports
USA-SPORT/
RTX6XMSV
June 02, 2019
Jun 2, 2019; Foxboro , MA, USA; Redwoods LC defense John Sexton (46) controls the ball during the first...
Foxboro, UNITED STATES
PLL: Atlas LC vs Redwood LC
Jun 2, 2019; Foxboro , MA, USA; Redwoods LC defense John Sexton (46) controls the ball during the first half against the Atlas LC at Gillette Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Greg M. Cooper-USA TODAY Sports
BRITAIN-MAY/
RTX43PNP
January 03, 2018
British Prime Minister Theresa May talks with Conservative MP for Wokingham John Redwood during a visit...
WOKINGHAM, United Kingdom
British Prime Minister Theresa May talks with Conservative MP for Wokingham John Redwood during a visit...
British Prime Minister Theresa May talks with Conservative MP for Wokingham John Redwood during a visit to a new housing development in Wokingham, Britain, January 3, 2018. REUTERS/Leon Neal/Pool
BRITAIN-MAY/
RTX43PNM
January 03, 2018
British Prime Minister Theresa May talks with Conservative MP for Wokingham John Redwood during a visit...
WOKINGHAM, United Kingdom
British Prime Minister Theresa May talks with Conservative MP for Wokingham John Redwood during a visit...
British Prime Minister Theresa May talks with Conservative MP for Wokingham John Redwood during a visit to a new housing development in Wokingham, Britain, January 3, 2018. REUTERS/Leon Neal/Pool
BRITAIN-MAY/
RTX43PNI
January 03, 2018
British Prime Minister Theresa May talks with Conservative MP for Wokingham John Redwood during a visit...
WOKINGHAM, United Kingdom
British Prime Minister Theresa May talks with Conservative MP for Wokingham John Redwood during a visit...
British Prime Minister Theresa May talks with Conservative MP for Wokingham John Redwood during a visit to a new housing development in Wokingham, Britain, January 3, 2018. REUTERS/Leon Neal/Pool
BRITAIN-MAY/
RTX43PNE
January 03, 2018
British Prime Minister Theresa May talks with Conservative MP for Wokingham John Redwood during a visit...
WOKINGHAM, United Kingdom
British Prime Minister Theresa May talks with Conservative MP for Wokingham John Redwood during a visit...
British Prime Minister Theresa May talks with Conservative MP for Wokingham John Redwood during a visit to a new housing development in Wokingham, Britain, January 3, 2018. REUTERS/Leon Neal/Pool
BRITAIN-MAY/
RTX43PN4
January 03, 2018
British Prime Minister Theresa May talks with Conservative MP for Wokingham John Redwood during a visit...
WOKINGHAM, United Kingdom
British Prime Minister Theresa May talks with Conservative MP for Wokingham John Redwood during a visit...
British Prime Minister Theresa May talks with Conservative MP for Wokingham John Redwood during a visit to a new housing development in Wokingham, Britain, January 3, 2018. REUTERS/Leon Neal/Pool
BRITAIN-EUROPE/
RTS1H6CY
October 19, 2017
British Conservative Member of Parliament and Brexit supporter, John Redwood, walks past an anti Brexit...
London, United Kingdom
British Conservative Member of Parliament and Brexit supporter, John Redwood, walks past an anti Brexit...
British Conservative Member of Parliament and Brexit supporter, John Redwood, walks past an anti Brexit protester in London, Britain October 19, 2017. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-EUROPE/
RTS1H6CV
October 19, 2017
British Conservative Member of Parliament and Brexit supporter, John Redwood, walks past an anti Brexit...
London, United Kingdom
British Conservative Member of Parliament and Brexit supporter, John Redwood, walks past an anti Brexit...
British Conservative Member of Parliament and Brexit supporter, John Redwood, walks past an anti Brexit protester in London, Britain October 19, 2017. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-EUROPE/
RTS1H6CT
October 19, 2017
British Conservative Member of Parliament and Brexit supporter, John Redwood, walks past an anti Brexit...
London, United Kingdom
British Conservative Member of Parliament and Brexit supporter, John Redwood, walks past an anti Brexit...
British Conservative Member of Parliament and Brexit supporter, John Redwood, walks past an anti Brexit protester in London, Britain October 19, 2017. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-EUROPE/
RTS1H6CS
October 19, 2017
British Conservative Member of Parliament and Brexit supporter, John Redwood, walks past an anti Brexit...
London, United Kingdom
British Conservative Member of Parliament and Brexit supporter, John Redwood, walks past an anti Brexit...
British Conservative Member of Parliament and Brexit supporter, John Redwood, walks past an anti Brexit protester in London, Britain October 19, 2017. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-EUROPE/
RTS1H6CR
October 19, 2017
British Conservative Member of Parliament and Brexit supporter, John Redwood, walks past an anti Brexit...
London, United Kingdom
British Conservative Member of Parliament and Brexit supporter, John Redwood, walks past an anti Brexit...
British Conservative Member of Parliament and Brexit supporter, John Redwood, walks past an anti Brexit protester in London, Britain October 19, 2017. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-EUROPE/
RTS1H6CQ
October 19, 2017
British Conservative Member of Parliament and Brexit supporter, John Redwood, walks past an anti Brexit...
London, United Kingdom
British Conservative Member of Parliament and Brexit supporter, John Redwood, walks past an anti Brexit...
British Conservative Member of Parliament and Brexit supporter, John Redwood, walks past an anti Brexit protester in London, Britain October 19, 2017. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
USA/
RTXXYQF
March 26, 2013
Executive Vice President of Systems for Oracle Corporation, John Fowler speaks on stage during the company's...
Redwood Shores, UNITED STATES
Executive Vice President of Systems for Oracle Corporation, Fowler speaks on stage during the company's...
Executive Vice President of Systems for Oracle Corporation, John Fowler speaks on stage during the company's introduction of its latest SPARC servers at Oracle Conference Center in Redwood Shores, California March 26, 2013. REUTERS/Stephen Lam (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
USA/
RTXXYPW
March 26, 2013
Executive Vice President of Systems for Oracle Corporation, John Fowler speaks on stage during the company's...
Redwood Shores, UNITED STATES
Executive Vice President of Systems for Oracle Corporation, Fowler speaks on stage during the company's...
Executive Vice President of Systems for Oracle Corporation, John Fowler speaks on stage during the company's introduction of its latest SPARC servers at Oracle Conference Center in Redwood Shores, California March 26, 2013. REUTERS/Stephen Lam (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
USA/
RTXXYPS
March 26, 2013
Executive Vice President of Systems for Oracle Corporation, John Fowler speaks on stage during the company's...
Redwood Shores, UNITED STATES
Executive Vice President of Systems for Oracle Corporation, Fowler speaks on stage during the company's...
Executive Vice President of Systems for Oracle Corporation, John Fowler speaks on stage during the company's introduction of its latest SPARC servers at Oracle Conference Center in Redwood Shores, California March 26, 2013. REUTERS/Stephen Lam (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
USA/
RTXXYO5
March 26, 2013
Executive Vice President of Systems for Oracle Corporation, John Fowler speaks on stage during the company's...
Redwood Shores, UNITED STATES
Executive Vice President of Systems for Oracle Corporation, John Fowler speaks on stage at Oracle Conference...
Executive Vice President of Systems for Oracle Corporation, John Fowler speaks on stage during the company's introduction of its latest SPARC servers at Oracle Conference Center in Redwood Shores, California March 26, 2013. REUTERS/Stephen Lam (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
USA/
RTXXYO3
March 26, 2013
Executive Vice President of Systems for Oracle Corporation, John Fowler speaks on stage during the company's...
Redwood Shores, UNITED STATES
Executive Vice President of Systems for Oracle Corporation, Fowler speaks on stage at Oracle Conference...
Executive Vice President of Systems for Oracle Corporation, John Fowler speaks on stage during the company's introduction of its latest SPARC servers at Oracle Conference Center in Redwood Shores, California March 26, 2013. REUTERS/Stephen Lam (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
BRITAIN-CONSERVATIVES/
RTR1SUQQ
August 17, 2007
John Redwood, Chairman of the Economic Competitiveness Policy Group, listens during the launch of the...
London, United Kingdom
John Redwood, Chairman of the Economic Competitiveness Policy Group listens during the launch of the...
John Redwood, Chairman of the Economic Competitiveness Policy Group, listens during the launch of the 'Freeing Britain to Compete: Equipping the UK for Globalisation' report in London August 17, 2007. The Conservatives recommended on Friday the abolition of inheritance tax and the reduction of stamp duty on shares and property as it seeks to regain momentum after a slew of bad poll results. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-CONSERVATIVES/
RTR1SUQP
August 17, 2007
John Redwood, Chairman of the Economic Competitiveness Policy Group listens during the launch of the...
London, United Kingdom
John Redwood, Chairman of the Economic Competitiveness Policy Group listens during the launch of the...
John Redwood, Chairman of the Economic Competitiveness Policy Group listens during the launch of the "Freeing Britain to Compete: Equipping the UK for Globalisation" report in London August 17, 2007. The Conservatives recommended on Friday the abolition of inheritance tax and the reduction of stamp duty on shares and property as it seeks to regain momentum after a slew of bad poll results. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-CONSERVATIVES/
RTR1SUQM
August 17, 2007
John Redwood, Chairman of the Economic Competitiveness Policy Group listens during the launch of the...
London, United Kingdom
John Redwood, Chairman of the Economic Competitiveness Policy Group listens during the launch of the...
John Redwood, Chairman of the Economic Competitiveness Policy Group listens during the launch of the "Freeing Britain to Compete: Equipping the UK for Globalisation" report in London August 17, 2007. The Conservatives recommended on Friday the abolition of inheritance tax and the reduction of stamp duty on shares and property as it seeks to regain momentum after a slew of bad poll results. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-CONSERVATIVES/
RTR1SUQB
August 17, 2007
Britain's Conservative party shadow Chancellor George Osborne (L) and John Redwood, Chairman of the Economic...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Conservative party shadow Chancellor Osborne and Redwood, Chairman of the Economic Competitiveness...
Britain's Conservative party shadow Chancellor George Osborne (L) and John Redwood, Chairman of the Economic Competitiveness Policy Group listen at the launch of the "Freeing Britain to Compete: Equipping the UK for Globalisation" report in London August 17, 2007. The Conservatives recommended on Friday the abolition of inheritance tax and the reduction of stamp duty on shares and property as it seeks to regain momentum after a slew of bad poll results. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-CONSERVATIVES/
RTR1SUQ8
August 17, 2007
Britain's Conservative party shadow Chancellor George Osborne (R) listens as John Redwood, Chairman of...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Conservative party shadow Chancellor Osborne listens as Redwood, Chairman of the Economic Competitiveness...
Britain's Conservative party shadow Chancellor George Osborne (R) listens as John Redwood, Chairman of the Economic Competitiveness Policy Group speaks at the launch of the "Freeing Britain to Compete: Equipping the UK for Globalisation" report in London August 17, 2007. The Conservatives recommended on Friday the abolition of inheritance tax and the reduction of stamp duty on shares and property as it seeks to regain momentum after a slew of bad poll results. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN)
CRIME PETERSON
RTROEEV
March 16, 2005
Scott Peterson trial jurors Michael Belmessieri (L), John Guinasso (C) and Richelle Nice arrive at the...
Redwood City, UNITED STATES
Scott Peterson jurors arrive at courthouse.
Scott Peterson trial jurors Michael Belmessieri (L), John Guinasso (C) and Richelle Nice arrive at the San Mateo County Superior Courthouse in Redwood City, California, February, 25, 2005, to attend a court hearing in the Peterson case. Peterson, convicted of double-murder, is scheduled to be sentence on March 16, 2005. REUTERS/Lou Dematteis/Pool LD/HB
SCM
RTR58G1
March 16, 2005
Sharon Rocha walks out to stand with her husband as he addresses the media outside the courthouse in...
Redwood City, UNITED STATES
Sharon Rocha walks out to stand with her husband as he addresses the media outside the courthouse in...
Sharon Rocha walks out to stand with her husband as he addresses the media outside the courthouse in Redwood City. Sharon Rocha, Laci Peterson's mother, walks out to stand with her husband as he addresses the media outside the courthouse after the formal sentencing of Scott Peterson in Redwood City, Ca., March 16, 2005. The judge formally sentenced Scott Peterson to death Wednesday after calling the murder of his pregnant wife, Laci, "cruel, uncaring, heartless and callous." REUTERS/San Mateo Times/John Green/POOL
PETERSON
RTR58ES
March 16, 2005
Sharon Rocha, Laci Peterson's mother, walks out to stand with her husband as he addresses the media outside...
Redwood City, UNITED STATES
Sharon Rocha walks out to stand with her husband outside the courthouse in Redwood City.
Sharon Rocha, Laci Peterson's mother, walks out to stand with her husband as he addresses the media outside the courthouse after the formal sentencing of Scott Peterson in Redwood City, Calif., March 16, 2005. The judge formally sentenced Scott Peterson to death Wednesday after calling the murder of his pregnant wife, Laci, "cruel, uncaring, heartless and callous." REUTERS/San Mateo Times/John Green/POOL SCM
PETERSON
RTR588V
March 16, 2005
Ron Grantski, Laci Peterson's stepfather, waves to the crowd outside the courthouse after the formal...
Redwood City, UNITED STATES
Ron Grantski, Laci Peterson's stepfather, waves to the crowd outside the courthouse in Redwood City.
Ron Grantski, Laci Peterson's stepfather, waves to the crowd outside the courthouse after the formal sentencing of Scott Peterson in Redwood City, Ca, March 16, 2005. The judge formally sentenced Scott Peterson to death Wednesday after calling the murder of his pregnant wife, Laci, "cruel, uncaring, heartless and callous." Also seen is Sharon Rocha, Laci's mother (L). REUTERS/San Mateo Times/John Green/POOL SCM
PETERSON
RTR5849
March 16, 2005
Jackie Peterson arrives at the courthouse in Redwood City, California, March 16, 2005. Peterson was attending...
Redwood City, UNITED STATES
Jackie Peterson arrives at the courthouse in Redwood City, California.
Jackie Peterson arrives at the courthouse in Redwood City, California, March 16, 2005. Peterson was attending the formal sentencing of her son Scott Peterson who was convicted of two counts of murder in the deaths of his wife and their unborn child. A California judge on Wednesday sentenced former fertilizer salesman Scott Peterson to death for the murder of his wife and unborn son in a case that attracted nationwide attention. Superior Court Judge Alfred Delucchi sentenced Peterson after calling him "cruel, uncaring, heartless and callous." Earlier, Laci Peterson's family emotionally condemned the prisoner, prompting Scott Peterson's parents to quit the courtroom. REUTERS/San Mateo County Times/John Green/POOL SCM
PETERSON
RTR57X4
March 16, 2005
Juror Richelle Nice is surrounded by members of the media as she arrives at the courthouse in Redwood...
Redwood City, UNITED STATES
Juror Nice arrives for Scott Peterson sentencing.
Juror Richelle Nice is surrounded by members of the media as she arrives at the courthouse in Redwood City, California, March 16, 2005. Nice, who was a member of the jury, was attending the formal sentencing of Scott Peterson, who was convicted of two counts of murder in the deaths of his wife and their unborn child. REUTERS/John Green/POOL SCM/HB
SCM
RTRI5IX
December 13, 2004
Members of the Scott Peterson jury are seen after they read a statement during a news conference in Redwood...
Redwood City, UNITED STATES
Members of the Scott Peterson jury are seen after they read a statement during a news conference in ......
Members of the Scott Peterson jury are seen after they read a statement during a news conference in Redwood City. Members of the Scott Peterson jury are seen after they read a statement during a news conference in Redwood City December 13, 2004. The jury returned with a sentence recommendation of death in the penalty phase of the Scott Peterson case. Peterson was convicted of two counts of murder in the deaths of his wife Laci Peterson and their unborn child. Seen are, from left to right in the front row, Lorena Gonzalez, Fairy Sorrell, Greg Beraltis, Steve Cardosi, Richelle Nice, Dennis Lear, Mary Mylett and an unidentified alternate. Seen in the back row are John Guinasso, Julie Zanartu, Tom Marino, an unidentified alternate, Kristy Lamore and Michael Belmessieri. REUTERS/Lou Dematteis
CRIME PETERSON
RTRI5IM
December 13, 2004
Members of the Scott Peterson jury are seen as they read a statement during a news conferece in Redwood...
Redwood City, UNITED STATES
Members of the jury are seen as they read a statement during a news conferece in Redwood City.
Members of the Scott Peterson jury are seen as they read a statement during a news conferece in Redwood City December 13, 2004. The jury returned with a sentence recommendation of death in the penalty phase of the Scott Peterson case. Peterson was convicted of two counts of murder in the deaths of his wife Laci Peterson and their unborn child. Seen are, from left to right in the front row, Lorena Gonzalez, Fairy Sorrell, Greg Beraltis, Steve Cardosi, Richelle Nice, Dennis Lear, Mary Mylett and an unidentified alternate. Seen in the back row are John Guinasso, Julie Zanartu, Tom Marino, an unidentified alternate, Kristy Lamore and Michael Belmessieri. REUTERS/Lou Dematteis SCM
CRIME PETERSON
RTRHZ21
December 10, 2004
The prosecution team returns from lunch during jury deliberations in the sentencing phase of the Scott...
Redwood City, UNITED STATES
Prosecution returns from lunch during Scott Peterson sentencing phase.
The prosecution team returns from lunch during jury deliberations in the sentencing phase of the Scott Peterson case at the courthouse in Redwood City, December 10, 2004. From left to right are investigator Lt. Mark Smith, deputy district attorney Dave Harris, chief district attorney John Gould, Modesto police Det. Craig Grogan, Modesto police Sgt. Mike Zahn and chief district attorney Birgit Fladager. Scott Peterson was convicted of two counts of murder in the deaths of his wife Laci and their unborn child. REUTERS/Debbie Noda/POOL SCM AHG
CRIME PETERSON
RTRHA9A
December 02, 2004
Defense attorneys Mark Geragos (L) and Pat Harris (R) escort Jackie Peterson, Scott Peterson's mother,...
None, UNITED STATES
Defense attorneys Mark Geragos and Pat Harris escort Jackie Peterson.
Defense attorneys Mark Geragos (L) and Pat Harris (R) escort Jackie Peterson, Scott Peterson's mother, back from a lunch break, December 2, 2004, during the penalty phase of the Scott Peterson trial in Redwood City, California. Peterson is the Modesto, Calif., man who could be sentenced to death for the murder of his wife, Laci Peterson. REUTERS/John Green/Pool MR
CRASH BRITAIN TRAIN
RTRF6FV
November 07, 2004
Conservative MP John Redwood waits to give a television interview near where a high-speed passenger train...
Newbury, UK
Conservative MP Redwood waits to be interviewed by television near train crash scene in southern England....
Conservative MP John Redwood waits to give a television interview near where a high-speed passenger train ploughed into a car at a level crossing and flew off the rails on a stretch of track by Ufton Nervet in Berkshire, about 40 miles west of London, November 7, 2004. British police began a detailed investigation on Sunday into what they described as a 'devastating' high-speed train crash on Saturday which killed six people and injured many more. REUTERS/Russell Boyce RUS/MD
REDWOOD
RTXMZ7N
October 04, 2004
Britain's opposition Conservative Party's Shadow Secretary of State for Deregulation John Redwood addresses...
Bournemouth, UK
Britain's opposition Conservative Party's Shadow Secretary of State for Deregulation John Redwood ad.....
Britain's opposition Conservative Party's Shadow Secretary of State for Deregulation John Redwood addresses his party's annual conference in Bournemouth, October 4, 2004. Britain's struggling Conservative Party began to showcase its strategy for unseating [Tony Blair] on Monday, just days after the prime minister shook up the political landscape by setting a date for his exit.
BRITAIN
RTRCH38
October 04, 2004
Britain's Conservative Party's Shadow Secretary of State for Deregulation Redwood addresses their annual...
Bournemouth, UK
Britain's Conservative Party's Shadow Secretary of State for Deregulation Redwood addresses their annual...
Britain's Conservative Party's Shadow Secretary of State for Deregulation Redwood addresses their annual conference in Bournemouth. Britain's opposition Conservative Party's Shadow Secretary of State for Deregulation John Redwood addresses his party's annual conference in Bournemouth, October 4, 2004. Britain's struggling Conservative Party began to showcase its strategy for unseating Tony Blair on Monday, just days after the prime minister shook up the political landscape by setting a date for his exit. REUTERS/Toby Melville
CRIME PETERSON
RTRD58P
February 19, 2004
Sharon Rocha (L), mother of murder victim Laci Peterson, arrives at the San Mateo County Superior Courthouse...
SHARON ROCHA ARRIVES AT TEH SAN MATEO COUNTY SUPERIOR COURTHOUSE.
Sharon Rocha (L), mother of murder victim Laci Peterson, arrives at the San Mateo County Superior Courthouse in Redwood City, California, February 19, 2004. Scott Peterson has been charged with the murder of his wife Laci and the couple's unborn son. REUTERS/John Green/Pool HK
CRIME PETERSON
RTRD28F
February 18, 2004
Susan Caudillo, sister of Scott Peterson, and their father, Lee Peterson, leave the San Mateo County...
UNITED STATES
SISTER AND FATHER OF SCOTT PETERSON LEAVE COURTHOUSE IN REDWOOD CITY.
Susan Caudillo, sister of Scott Peterson, and their father, Lee Peterson, leave the San Mateo County Superior Court House in Redwood City, California, February 18, 2004. Redwood City Superior Court Judge Alfred Delucchi threatened to delay jury selection - which is expected to begin in about two weeks - after Peterson lawyer Mark Geragos said prosecutors had just given him an additional 800 pages of documents that could help clear his client. REUTERS/John Green/POOL JG/SV
CRIME PETERSON
RTRCZ06
February 17, 2004
Jackie Peterson (L), mother of Scott Peterson and Janey Peterson, his sister-in-law, arrive at the courthouse...
JACKIE PETERSON AND JANEY PETERSON ARRIVE AT A REDWOOD CITY COURT.
Jackie Peterson (L), mother of Scott Peterson and Janey Peterson, his sister-in-law, arrive at the courthouse in Redwood City February 17, 2004. Scott Peterson is accused of the murder of his wife, Laci Peterson, 27, and the couple's unborn son, Connor. REUTERS/POOL/John Green JDP
CRIME PETERSON
RTRCYZZ
February 17, 2004
Jackie Peterson (L), mother of Scott Peterson and Janey Peterson, his sister-in-law, arrive at the courthouse...
JACKIE PETERSON AND JANEY PETERSON ARRIVE AT A REDWOOD CITY COURT.
Jackie Peterson (L), mother of Scott Peterson and Janey Peterson, his sister-in-law, arrive at the courthouse in Redwood City February 17, 2004. Scott Peterson is accused of the murder of his wife, Laci Peterson, 27, and the couple's unborn son, Connor. REUTERS/POOL/John Green JDP
CRIME PETERSON
RTRCYZR
February 17, 2004
Sharon Rocha (C), mother of Laci Peterson, her son Brent Rocha (L) and her husband Ron Grantski (R) arrive...
SHARON ROCHA AND FAMILY ARRIVE AT REDWOOD CITY COURTHOUSE.
Sharon Rocha (C), mother of Laci Peterson, her son Brent Rocha (L) and her husband Ron Grantski (R) arrive at the courthouse in Redwood City February 17, 2004. Laci Peterson's husband Scott, is accused of murdering her and the couple's unborn son. REUTERS/POOL/John Green JDP
CRIME PETERSON
RTRCYZL
February 17, 2004
Sharon Rocha (C), mother of Laci Peterson arrive at the courthouse in Redwood City February 17, 2004....
SHARON ROCHA ARRIVES AT REDWOOD CITY COURTHOUSE.
Sharon Rocha (C), mother of Laci Peterson arrive at the courthouse in Redwood City February 17, 2004. Laci Peterson's husband Scott, is accused of murdering her and the couple's unborn son. REUTERS/POOL/John Green JDP/
MICROSOFT EA
RTRBZ4Q
December 12, 2000
Robbie Bach (L) senior vice president of Microsoft's game division poses for photographers with Larry...
Redwood City, USA
ROBBIE BACH OF MICROSOFT AND LARY PROBST OF ELECTRONIC ARTS POSE.
Robbie Bach (L) senior vice president of Microsoft's game division poses for photographers with Larry Probst, chairman and CEO of Electronic Arts, December 12, 2000 at EA headquarters in Redwood City, California. Bach and Probst announced that EA will bring its world-renowned games to Xbox, Microsoft's future-generation video game console scheduled to launch in fall 2001. EA is famous for titles such as John Madden Football, NASCAR, FIFA, and F1. Electronic Arts will exploit Xbox's graphics, audio and multiplayer capabilities to create breakthrough Xbox gaming experiences for consumers.

JC/JP
BRITAIN
RTRR4UG
September 20, 1999
Conservative member of Parliament John Redwood arrives at a Conservative meeting at Oulton Hall dressed...
Oulton, United Kingdom of Great Britain
CONSERVATIVE REDWOOD ARRIVES AT MEETING IN CASUAL ATTIRE.
Conservative member of Parliament John Redwood arrives at a Conservative meeting at Oulton Hall dressed in casual clothes, September 20. Conservative leader William Hague is holding a two day meeting of his party's key figures ahead of the forthcoming Conservative Party Conference in Blackpool.

DC/HP/CLH/
BRITAIN CBI
RTRU85F
November 02, 1998
Shadow Trade and Industry Secretary John Redwood addresses the Confederation of British Industry (CBI)...
Birmingham, multiple countries
SHADOW TRADE AND INDUSTRY SECRETARY JOHN REDWOOD.
Shadow Trade and Industry Secretary John Redwood addresses the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) conference November 2. Redwood claimed that the arrest of former Chilean leader Augusto Pinochet in London has cost Britain dearly in international trade.

RUS/JDP
BRITAIN
RTXIA5F
June 03, 1998
The newly appointed Conservative shadow cabinet attend a meeting in the Houses of Parliament June 3....
The newly appointed Conservative shadow cabinet attend a meeting in the Houses of Parliament June 3......
The newly appointed Conservative shadow cabinet attend a meeting in the Houses of Parliament June 3. (Clockwise from bottom left) Ann Widdecome, David Heathcoat-Amory, Sir George Young, Gillian Shephard, Michael Howard, Francis Maude, Sir Norman Fowler, John Redwood, Michael Jack, Andrew MacKay, Peter Ainsworth, Gary Streeter, Sir Nicholas Lyell, David Willetts, John Maples, Michael Ancram, Lord Parkinson, William Hague, Peter Lilley, Lord Cranborne, Ian Duncan Smith, Dr. Liam Fox, Lord Strathclyde and James Arbuthnot.
RTR7ZBR
October 23, 1997
Conservative MP John Redwood (R) offers a piece of chocolate to Peggy Capel (C) and Mary Cole (L), both...
United Kingdom
JOHN REDWOOD OFFERS CHOCOLATE TO ELDERLY LADIES
Conservative MP John Redwood (R) offers a piece of chocolate to Peggy Capel (C) and Mary Cole (L), both from Portsmouth, on College Green in Westminster October 23. The European Parliament today decided to force both Britain and Ireland to change the name of milk chocolate, due to the fact that chocolate contains other vegetable fats as well as cocoa butter.

BRITAIN
REDWOOD
RTXH7VF
October 08, 1997
Shadow Cabinet spokesman for Trade and Industry John Redwood keeps his fingers crossed for luck during...
Shadow Cabinet spokesman for Trade and Industry John Redwood keeps his fingers crossed for luck duri.....
Shadow Cabinet spokesman for Trade and Industry John Redwood keeps his fingers crossed for luck during his keynote speech at the Conservative Party Conference October 8. Redwood, a former leadership challenger gave his full support to leader William-Hague.
RTR7HN2
October 08, 1997
Shadow Cabinet spokesman for Trade and Industry John Redwood during his keynote speech at the Conservative...
United Kingdom
SHADOW CABINET SPOKESMAN FOR TRADE JOHN REDWOOD
Shadow Cabinet spokesman for Trade and Industry John Redwood during his keynote speech at the Conservative Party Conference October 8. Redwood, a former leadership challenger gave his full support to leader William Hague .

BRITAIN CONSERVATIVES
RTR7HM1
October 08, 1997
Shadow Cabinet spokesman for Trade and Industry John Redwood keeps his fingers crossed for luck during...
United Kingdom
SHADOW CABINET SPOKESMAN FOR TRADE JOHN REDWOOD
Shadow Cabinet spokesman for Trade and Industry John Redwood keeps his fingers crossed for luck during his keynote speech at the Conservative Party Conference October 8. Redwood, a former leadership challenger gave his full support to leader William Hague .

BRITAIN CONSERVATIVES
RTR4SDX
June 25, 1997
The Shadow Cabinet meet at Tory Leader William Hague's office in the House of Commons, June 25. Seated...
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WILLIAM HAGUE CHAIRS FIRST SHADOW CABINET MEETING
The Shadow Cabinet meet at Tory Leader William Hague's office in the House of Commons, June 25. Seated around the table are (L-R clockwise) Lord Parkinson, William Hague, Gillian Shephard, Lord Cranborne, David Curry, Iain Duncan-Smith, Lord Strathclyde, James Arbuthnot, John Maples, David Heathcoat-Amory, Sir Norman Fowler, Michael Howard, Peter Lilley, Brian Mawhinney, Sir George Young, and John Redwood.

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June 20, 1997
Former Conservative leadership challenger John Redwood (R) chats with former Conservative MP David Evans...
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JOHN REDWOOD AND DAVID EVANS SPEAK AT LORDS LONDON
Former Conservative leadership challenger John Redwood (R) chats with former Conservative MP David Evans at Lord's Cricket Ground during the second day the Second Test June 20. Redwood was beaten into third place in the Conservative leadership election.

SPORT CRICKET
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June 18, 1997
Conservative leadership candidate Kenneth Clarke (L) leaves a press conference with eliminated candidate...
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KENNETH CLARKE AND JOHN REDWOOD AT PRESS CONFERENCE
Conservative leadership candidate Kenneth Clarke (L) leaves a press conference with eliminated candidate John Redwood June 18. Redwood pledged his support for the Clarke camp after being eliminated after the second ballot on Tuesday, with the final ballot between Clarke and William Hague to be held tomorrow.

BRITAIN CONSERVATIVES
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June 18, 1997
Conservative party deputy leader Michael Heseltine (2L) applauds Kenneth Clarke during a press conference...
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MICHAEL HESELTINE APPLAUDS KENNETH CLARKE
Conservative party deputy leader Michael Heseltine (2L) applauds Kenneth Clarke during a press conference in which eliminated candidate John Redwood pledged his support for Clarke, June 18. Heseltine is flanked by Anne Widdecombe M.P. and Michael Mates M.P. The final ballot between Clarke and William Hague will be held tomorrow.

BRITAIN CONSERVATIVES
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June 18, 1997
Conservative leadership candidate Kenneth Clarke (L) talks to television reporters as eliminated candidate...
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KENNETH CLARKE AND JOHN REDWOOD HOLD PRESS CONFERENCE
Conservative leadership candidate Kenneth Clarke (L) talks to television reporters as eliminated candidate John Redwood (R) stands next to him June 18. Redwood pledged his support for the Clarke camp after being eliminated after the second ballot on Tuesday, with the final ballot between Clarke and William Hague to be held tomorrow.

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