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November 10, 2021 
The early morning sun shines on the River Clyde and the venue for the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26)... 
Glasgow, United Kingdom 
The morning sun shines on the River Clyde and the venue for the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26)... 
The early morning sun shines on the River Clyde and the venue for the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow, Scotland Britain, November 10, 2021. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez 
CLIMATE-UN/
RTXJSJ0O 
November 10, 2021 
The coast guard patrol as the early morning sun shines on the River Clyde and the venue for the UN Climate... 
Glasgow, United Kingdom 
The morning sun shines on the River Clyde and the venue for the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26)... 
The coast guard patrol as the early morning sun shines on the River Clyde and the venue for the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow, Scotland Britain, November 10, 2021. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez 
CLIMATE-UN/
RTXJSJ0N 
November 10, 2021 
The coast guard patrol as the early morning sun shines on the River Clyde and the venue for the UN Climate... 
Glasgow, United Kingdom 
The morning sun shines on the River Clyde and the venue for the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26)... 
The coast guard patrol as the early morning sun shines on the River Clyde and the venue for the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow, Scotland Britain, November 10, 2021. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez 
CLIMATE-UN/
RTXJSJ0D 
November 10, 2021 
A swan floats as the early morning sun shines on the River Clyde and the venue for the UN Climate Change... 
Glasgow, United Kingdom 
The morning sun shines on the River Clyde and the venue for the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26)... 
A swan floats as the early morning sun shines on the River Clyde and the venue for the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow, Scotland Britain, November 10, 2021. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez 
CLIMATE-UN/
RTXJNX6C 
November 07, 2021 
People look at a climate action ice sculpture that was unveiled on the bank of the River Clyde during... 
Glasgow, United Kingdom 
Climate action ice scuplture unveiled in Glasgow for COP26 
People look at a climate action ice sculpture that was unveiled on the bank of the River Clyde during the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow, Scotland, Britain, November 7, 2021. REUTERS/Hannah McKay 
CLIMATE-UN/
RTXJNX6D 
November 07, 2021 
A climate action ice sculpture is seen on the bank of the River Clyde during the UN Climate Change Conference... 
Glasgow, United Kingdom 
Climate action ice scuplture unveiled in Glasgow for COP26 
A climate action ice sculpture is seen on the bank of the River Clyde during the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow, Scotland, Britain, November 7, 2021. REUTERS/Hannah McKay 
CLIMATE-UN/PROTEST
RTXJCW61 
November 01, 2021 
Climate activists hold a flag and cheer as Greenpeace ship Rainbow Warrior passes through the River Clyde,... 
Glasgow, United Kingdom 
COP26 in Glasgow 
Climate activists hold a flag and cheer as Greenpeace ship Rainbow Warrior passes through the River Clyde, as the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) takes place in Glasgow, Scotland, Britain, November 1, 2021. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez 
CLIMATE-UN/PROTEST
RTXJCUPP 
November 01, 2021 
People take pictures of the Greenpeace ship Rainbow Warrior from the bank of the River Clyde, as the... 
Glasgow, United Kingdom 
COP26 in Glasgow 
People take pictures of the Greenpeace ship Rainbow Warrior from the bank of the River Clyde, as the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) takes place in Glasgow, Scotland, Britain, November 1, 2021. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez 
CLIMATE-UN/PROTEST
RTXJCUN5 
November 01, 2021 
People stand at the bank of the River Clyde to watch Greenpeace ship Rainbow Warrior, as the UN Climate... 
Glasgow, United Kingdom 
COP26 in Glasgow 
People stand at the bank of the River Clyde to watch Greenpeace ship Rainbow Warrior, as the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) takes place in Glasgow, Scotland, Britain, November 1, 2021. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez 
CLIMATE-UN/PROTEST
RTXJCU8G 
November 01, 2021 
Police officers patrol the banks of the River Clyde, as the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) takes... 
Glasgow, United Kingdom 
COP26 in Glasgow 
Police officers patrol the banks of the River Clyde, as the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) takes place in Glasgow, Scotland, Britain, November 1, 2021. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez 
CLIMATE-UN/
RTXJB4U1 
October 31, 2021 
A Police patrol boat passes along the River Clyde outside the conference venue during the UN Climate... 
Glasgow, United Kingdom 
A Police patrol boat passes along the River Clyde outside the conference venue during the UN Climate... 
A Police patrol boat passes along the River Clyde outside the conference venue during the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow, Scotland, Britain, October 31, 2021. REUTERS/Phil Noble 
CLIMATE-UN/
RTXJB4SM 
October 31, 2021 
The sun sets behind an illuminated sign saying ‘NO NEW WORLDS’ on the River Clyde outside the conference... 
Glasgow, United Kingdom 
The sun sets behind an illuminated sign saying ‘NO NEW WORLDS’ on the River Clyde outside the conference... 
The sun sets behind an illuminated sign saying ‘NO NEW WORLDS’ on the River Clyde outside the conference venue during the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow, Scotland, Britain, October 31, 2021. REUTERS/Phil Noble 
CLIMATE-UN/
RTXJAZ42 
October 31, 2021 
A Police patrol boat passes along the River Clyde outside the conference venue during the UN Climate... 
Glasgow, United Kingdom 
A Police patrol boat passes along the River Clyde outside the conference venue during the UN Climate... 
A Police patrol boat passes along the River Clyde outside the conference venue during the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow, Scotland, Britain, October 31, 2021. REUTERS/Phil Noble 
CLIMATE-UN/
RTXJAYPL 
October 31, 2021 
A Police patrol boat passes along the River Clyde outside the conference venue during the UN Climate... 
Glasgow, United Kingdom 
A Police patrol boat passes along the River Clyde outside the conference venue during the UN Climate... 
A Police patrol boat passes along the River Clyde outside the conference venue during the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow, Scotland, Britain, October 31, 2021. REUTERS/Phil Noble 
CLIMATE-UN/BRITAIN
RTXJ471P 
October 27, 2021 
An Ocean Rebellion activist holds a sign in the form of a sail for a small boat next to the River Clyde,... 
Glasgow, United Kingdom 
Ocean Rebellion activists protest in Glasgow 
An Ocean Rebellion activist holds a sign in the form of a sail for a small boat next to the River Clyde, opposite the Scottish Event Campus, where the COP26 will take place, in Glasgow, Scotland, Britain, October 27, 2021. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne 
CLIMATE-UN/BRITAIN
RTXJ471O 
October 27, 2021 
Police officers patrol on a boat at the River Clyde, opposite the Scottish Event Campus, where the COP26... 
Glasgow, United Kingdom 
Ocean Rebellion activists protest in Glasgow 
Police officers patrol on a boat at the River Clyde, opposite the Scottish Event Campus, where the COP26 will take place, in Glasgow, Scotland, Britain, October 27, 2021. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne 
CLIMATE-UN/BRITAIN
RTXJ471M 
October 27, 2021 
Ocean Rebellion activists dressed as Boris Johnson and "Oil head" set fire to the sail of a small boat... 
Glasgow, United Kingdom 
Ocean Rebellion activists protest in Glasgow 
Ocean Rebellion activists dressed as Boris Johnson and "Oil head" set fire to the sail of a small boat next to the River Clyde, opposite the Scottish Event Campus, where the COP26 will take place, in Glasgow, Scotland, Britain, October 27, 2021. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne 
CLIMATE-UN/BRITAIN
RTXJ46WM 
October 27, 2021 
Ocean Rebellion activists dressed as Boris Johnson and "Oil head" set fire to the sail of a small boat... 
Glasgow, United Kingdom 
Ocean Rebellion activists protest in Glasgow 
Ocean Rebellion activists dressed as Boris Johnson and "Oil head" set fire to the sail of a small boat next to the River Clyde, opposite the Scottish Event Campus, where the COP26 will take place, in Glasgow, Scotland, Britain, October 27, 2021. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
CLIMATE-UN/BRITAIN
RTXJ46WI 
October 27, 2021 
Ocean Rebellion activists dressed as Boris Johnson and "Oil head" set fire to the sail of a small boat... 
Glasgow, United Kingdom 
Ocean Rebellion activists protest in Glasgow 
Ocean Rebellion activists dressed as Boris Johnson and "Oil head" set fire to the sail of a small boat next to the River Clyde, opposite the Scottish Event Campus, where the COP26 will take place, in Glasgow, Scotland, Britain, October 27, 2021. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne 
CLIMATE-UN/BRITAIN
RTXJ46W8 
October 27, 2021 
Ocean Rebellion activists dressed as Boris Johnson and "Oil head" set fire to the sail of a small boat... 
Glasgow, United Kingdom 
Ocean Rebellion activists protest in Glasgow 
Ocean Rebellion activists dressed as Boris Johnson and "Oil head" set fire to the sail of a small boat next to the River Clyde, opposite the Scottish Event Campus, where the COP26 will take place, in Glasgow, Scotland, Britain, October 27, 2021. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne 
CLIMATE-UN/BRITAIN
RTXJ46VG 
October 27, 2021 
Ocean Rebellion activists dressed as Boris Johnson and "Oil head" set fire to the sail of a small boat... 
Glasgow, United Kingdom 
Ocean Rebellion activists protest in Glasgow 
Ocean Rebellion activists dressed as Boris Johnson and "Oil head" set fire to the sail of a small boat next to the River Clyde, opposite the Scottish Event Campus, where the COP26 will take place, in Glasgow, Scotland, Britain, October 27, 2021. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne 
SOCCER-EURO/LONDON-GLASGOW
RTXCN0MV 
May 02, 2021 
The Finnieston Crane and Clyde Arc Glasgow are picture along the River Clyde in Glasgow, Scotland, Britain,... 
Glasgow, United Kingdom 
The Finnieston Crane and Clyde Arc Glasgow are picture along the River Clyde in Glasgow 
The Finnieston Crane and Clyde Arc Glasgow are picture along the River Clyde in Glasgow, Scotland, Britain, May 2, 2021. Picture taken May 2, 2021. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne 
SOCCER-EURO/LONDON-GLASGOW
RTXCN0MT 
May 02, 2021 
The SEC Centre, the Finnieston Crane and the SSE Hydro are picture along the River Clyde in Glasgow,... 
Glasgow, United Kingdom 
The SEC Centre, the Finnieston Crane and the SSE Hydro are picture along the River Clyde in Glasgow 
The SEC Centre, the Finnieston Crane and the SSE Hydro are picture along the River Clyde in Glasgow, Scotland, Britain, May 2, 2021. Picture taken May 2, 2021. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne 
BRITAIN-SCOTLAND/SNP
RTS1FR85 
October 09, 2017 
John Swinney, Deputy First Minister of Scotland, runs by the River Clyde, during the Scottish National... 
Glasgow, United Kingdom 
John Swinney, Deputy First Minister of Scotland, runs by the River Clyde, during the Scottish National... 
John Swinney, Deputy First Minister of Scotland, runs by the River Clyde, during the Scottish National Party (SNP) conference in Glasgow, Scotland, October 9, 2017. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne ? 
BRITAIN-DEFENCE/
RTSQB38 
October 01, 2016 
Crew from HMS Vengeance, a British Royal Navy Vanguard class Trident Ballistic Missile Submarine, stand... 
Faslane, United Kingdom 
Crew from HMS Vengeance stand on their vessel as they return along the Clyde river to the Faslane naval... 
Crew from HMS Vengeance, a British Royal Navy Vanguard class Trident Ballistic Missile Submarine, stand on their vessel as they return along the Clyde river to the Faslane naval base near Glasgow, Scotland December 4, 2006. REUTERS/David Moir/File Photo 
SCOTLAND-INDEPENDENCE/
RTR469KL 
September 15, 2014 
'No' campaigner John Reid (C) talks to the media on the banks of the River Clyde after meeting with shipyard... 
Glasgow, United Kingdom 
'No' campaigner Reid talks to the media on the banks of the River Clyde after meeting with shipyard workers... 
'No' campaigner John Reid (C) talks to the media on the banks of the River Clyde after meeting with shipyard workers and trade unionists in Glasgow, to highlight the risks of independence to jobs in Scotland September 15, 2014. The referendum on Scottish independence will take place on September 18, when Scotland will vote whether or not to end the 307-year-old union with the rest of the United Kingdom. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
SCOTLAND-INDEPENDENCE/
RTR469JT 
September 15, 2014 
'No' campaigner John Reid (C) talks to the media on the banks of the River Clyde after meeting with shipyard... 
Glasgow, United Kingdom 
'No' campaigner John Reid talks to the media on the banks of the River Clyde after meeting with shipyard... 
'No' campaigner John Reid (C) talks to the media on the banks of the River Clyde after meeting with shipyard workers and trade unionists in Glasgow, to highlight the risks of independence to jobs in Scotland September 15, 2014. The referendum on Scottish independence will take place on September 18, when Scotland will vote whether or not to end the 307-year-old union with the rest of the United Kingdom. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
SCOTLAND-INDEPENDENCE/
RTR469IW 
September 15, 2014 
'No' campaigners John Reid (front C) and Johann Lamont (front 2nd L) walk along the banks of the River... 
Glasgow, United Kingdom 
'No' campaigners Reid and Lamont walk along the banks of the River Clyde after meeting with shipyard... 
'No' campaigners John Reid (front C) and Johann Lamont (front 2nd L) walk along the banks of the River Clyde after meeting with shipyard workers and trade unionists in Glasgow, to highlight the risks of independence to jobs in Scotland September 15, 2014. The referendum on Scottish independence will take place on September 18, when Scotland will vote whether or not to end the 307-year-old union with the rest of the United Kingdom. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
SCOTLAND-INDEPENDENCE/
RTR469HV 
September 15, 2014 
'No' campaigners John Reid (C) and Johann Lamont (R) walk along the banks of the River Clyde to meet... 
Glasgow, United Kingdom 
''No' campaigners Reid and Lamont walk along the banks of the River Clyde to meet with shipyard workers... 
'No' campaigners John Reid (C) and Johann Lamont (R) walk along the banks of the River Clyde to meet with shipyard workers and trade unionists in Glasgow, to highlight the risks of independence to jobs in Scotland September 15, 2014. The referendum on Scottish independence will take place on September 18, when Scotland will vote whether or not to end the 307-year-old union with the rest of the United Kingdom. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
SCOTLAND-INDEPENDENCE/YOUTH
RTR3NYPG 
May 06, 2014 
Amy McKenzie Smith, who will be 16 when the referendum takes place, poses for a photograph on the banks... 
Glasgow, United Kingdom 
Amy McKenzie Smith poses for a photograph on the banks of the River Clyde with Finnieston Crane in the... 
Amy McKenzie Smith, who will be 16 when the referendum takes place, poses for a photograph on the banks of the River Clyde with Finnieston Crane in the background in Glasgow, March 16, 2014. Amy is a school student and will vote "No" in the referendum. She says there is no reason to be independent and thinks ''everything could end up a mess." When Scotland's nationalist government dropped the voting age to 16 for this year's referendum on independence, it was widely seen as banking on teenage radicalism to ensure a break with the United Kingdom. If so, it may have miscalculated. Two opinion polls and Reuters interviews with 25 Scottish teenagers in 10 different locations suggest the ruling Scottish National Party (SNP) can't be sure of their support in the Sept. 18 referendum. Overall, polls show Scots remain doubtful about separation, although the proportion of those supporting independence has increased over the past year. Picture taken March 16, 2014. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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Britain's Shipbuilding Legacy - 26 Feb 2013 
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February 26, 2014 
A seagull sits on the 'Mudlarks' sculpture by Michael Peacock during sunset in Portsmouth November 26,... 
Portsmouth, United Kingdom 
A seagull sits on the 'Mudlarks' sculpture by Michael Peacock during sunset in Portsmouth 
A seagull sits on the 'Mudlarks' sculpture by Michael Peacock during sunset in Portsmouth November 26, 2013. The British shipbuilding industry has been through a turbulent time after defence contractor BAE Systems announced in November that it planned to lay off 1,775 ship workers across the UK. The cuts signal the end of more than 500 years of shipbuilding in Portsmouth on England's south coast. BAE is set to continue constructing ships in Glasgow, but showy entertainment venues, museums and new housing blocks have replaced many of the shipyards that once lined the city’s famous River Clyde. Long gone are the days when the area was an industrial powerhouse producing around a fifth of the world's ships. Now Glasgow promotes itself instead as a financial and commercial hub – although it still struggles with high unemployment. Picture taken November 26, 2013. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS)

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BRITAIN-SCOTLAND/GLASGOW
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February 26, 2014 
A seagull flies past the HMS Warrior during sunset at the Historic Dock Yard in Portsmouth November 26,... 
Portsmouth, United Kingdom 
A seagull flies past the HMS Warrior during sunset at the Historic Dock Yard in Portsmouth 
A seagull flies past the HMS Warrior during sunset at the Historic Dock Yard in Portsmouth November 26, 2013. The British shipbuilding industry has been through a turbulent time after defence contractor BAE Systems announced in November that it planned to lay off 1,775 ship workers across the UK. The cuts signal the end of more than 500 years of shipbuilding in Portsmouth on England's south coast. BAE is set to continue constructing ships in Glasgow, but showy entertainment venues, museums and new housing blocks have replaced many of the shipyards that once lined the city’s famous River Clyde. Long gone are the days when the area was an industrial powerhouse producing around a fifth of the world's ships. Now Glasgow promotes itself instead as a financial and commercial hub – although it still struggles with high unemployment. Picture taken November 26, 2013. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS)

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February 26, 2014 
A woman walks a dog past the closed entrance of the South Parade Pier in Portsmouth November 25, 2013.... 
Portsmouth, United Kingdom 
A woman walks past the closed entrance of the South Parade Pier in Portsmouth 
A woman walks a dog past the closed entrance of the South Parade Pier in Portsmouth November 25, 2013. The British shipbuilding industry has been through a turbulent time after defence contractor BAE Systems announced in November that it planned to lay off 1,775 ship workers across the UK. The cuts signal the end of more than 500 years of shipbuilding in Portsmouth on England's south coast. BAE is set to continue constructing ships in Glasgow, but showy entertainment venues, museums and new housing blocks have replaced many of the shipyards that once lined the city’s famous River Clyde. Long gone are the days when the area was an industrial powerhouse producing around a fifth of the world's ships. Now Glasgow promotes itself instead as a financial and commercial hub – although it still struggles with high unemployment. Picture taken November 25, 2013. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS)

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BRITAIN-SCOTLAND/GLASGOW
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February 26, 2014 
A fisherman looks up as he works in Portsmouth November 29, 2013. The British shipbuilding industry has... 
Portsmouth, United Kingdom 
A fisherman looks up as he works in Portsmouth 
A fisherman looks up as he works in Portsmouth November 29, 2013. The British shipbuilding industry has been through a turbulent time after defence contractor BAE Systems announced in November that it planned to lay off 1,775 ship workers across the UK. The cuts signal the end of more than 500 years of shipbuilding in Portsmouth on England's south coast. BAE is set to continue constructing ships in Glasgow, but showy entertainment venues, museums and new housing blocks have replaced many of the shipyards that once lined the city’s famous River Clyde. Long gone are the days when the area was an industrial powerhouse producing around a fifth of the world's ships. Now Glasgow promotes itself instead as a financial and commercial hub – although it still struggles with high unemployment. Picture taken November 29, 2013. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY)

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February 26, 2014 
Youths ride a bike near the seafront in Portsmouth November 25, 2013. The British shipbuilding industry... 
Portsmouth, United Kingdom 
Youths ride a bike near the seafront in Portsmouth 
Youths ride a bike near the seafront in Portsmouth November 25, 2013. The British shipbuilding industry has been through a turbulent time after defence contractor BAE Systems announced in November that it planned to lay off 1,775 ship workers across the UK. The cuts signal the end of more than 500 years of shipbuilding in Portsmouth on England's south coast. BAE is set to continue constructing ships in Glasgow, but showy entertainment venues, museums and new housing blocks have replaced many of the shipyards that once lined the city’s famous River Clyde. Long gone are the days when the area was an industrial powerhouse producing around a fifth of the world's ships. Now Glasgow promotes itself instead as a financial and commercial hub – although it still struggles with high unemployment. Picture taken November 25, 2013. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY)

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February 26, 2014 
People recruit workers as Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne is seen on a screen at... 
Portsmouth, United Kingdom 
People recruit workers as Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne is seen on a screen at... 
People recruit workers as Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne is seen on a screen at the Guildhall square in Portsmouth November 25, 2013. The British shipbuilding industry has been through a turbulent time after defence contractor BAE Systems announced in November that it planned to lay off 1,775 ship workers across the UK. The cuts signal the end of more than 500 years of shipbuilding in Portsmouth on England's south coast. BAE is set to continue constructing ships in Glasgow, but showy entertainment venues, museums and new housing blocks have replaced many of the shipyards that once lined the city’s famous River Clyde. Long gone are the days when the area was an industrial powerhouse producing around a fifth of the world's ships. Now Glasgow promotes itself instead as a financial and commercial hub – although it still struggles with high unemployment. Picture taken November 25, 2013. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY)

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February 26, 2014 
Hannemarie Mundell, 84, showers after a swim in the sea at the seafront in Portsmouth November 29, 2013.... 
Portsmouth, United Kingdom 
Hannemarie Mundell showers after a swim in the sea at the seafront in Portsmouth 
Hannemarie Mundell, 84, showers after a swim in the sea at the seafront in Portsmouth November 29, 2013. The British shipbuilding industry has been through a turbulent time after defence contractor BAE Systems announced in November that it planned to lay off 1,775 ship workers across the UK. The cuts signal the end of more than 500 years of shipbuilding in Portsmouth on England's south coast. BAE is set to continue constructing ships in Glasgow, but showy entertainment venues, museums and new housing blocks have replaced many of the shipyards that once lined the city’s famous River Clyde. Long gone are the days when the area was an industrial powerhouse producing around a fifth of the world's ships. Now Glasgow promotes itself instead as a financial and commercial hub – although it still struggles with high unemployment. Picture taken November 29, 2013. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY)

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February 26, 2014 
A bird lands at the seafront in Portsmouth November 25, 2013. The British shipbuilding industry has been... 
Portsmouth, United Kingdom 
A bird lands at the seafront in Portsmouth 
A bird lands at the seafront in Portsmouth November 25, 2013. The British shipbuilding industry has been through a turbulent time after defence contractor BAE Systems announced in November that it planned to lay off 1,775 ship workers across the UK. The cuts signal the end of more than 500 years of shipbuilding in Portsmouth on England's south coast. BAE is set to continue constructing ships in Glasgow, but showy entertainment venues, museums and new housing blocks have replaced many of the shipyards that once lined the city’s famous River Clyde. Long gone are the days when the area was an industrial powerhouse producing around a fifth of the world's ships. Now Glasgow promotes itself instead as a financial and commercial hub – although it still struggles with high unemployment. Picture taken November 25, 2013. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS)

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February 26, 2014 
Graham prepares to swim in the sea at the seafront in Portsmouth November 25, 2013. The British shipbuilding... 
Portsmouth, United Kingdom 
Graham prepares to swim in the sea at the seafront in Portsmouth 
Graham prepares to swim in the sea at the seafront in Portsmouth November 25, 2013. The British shipbuilding industry has been through a turbulent time after defence contractor BAE Systems announced in November that it planned to lay off 1,775 ship workers across the UK. The cuts signal the end of more than 500 years of shipbuilding in Portsmouth on England's south coast. BAE is set to continue constructing ships in Glasgow, but showy entertainment venues, museums and new housing blocks have replaced many of the shipyards that once lined the city’s famous River Clyde. Long gone are the days when the area was an industrial powerhouse producing around a fifth of the world's ships. Now Glasgow promotes itself instead as a financial and commercial hub – although it still struggles with high unemployment. Picture taken November 25, 2013. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY)

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February 26, 2014 
The Clyde Auditorium seen at dusk in Glasgow, Scotland January 16, 2014. The British shipbuilding industry... 
Glasgow, United Kingdom 
The Clyde Auditorium seen at dusk in Glasgow, Scotland 
The Clyde Auditorium seen at dusk in Glasgow, Scotland January 16, 2014. The British shipbuilding industry has been through a turbulent time after defence contractor BAE Systems announced in November that it planned to lay off 1,775 ship workers across the UK. The cuts signal the end of more than 500 years of shipbuilding in Portsmouth on England's south coast. BAE is set to continue constructing ships in Glasgow, but showy entertainment venues, museums and new housing blocks have replaced many of the shipyards that once lined the city’s famous River Clyde. Long gone are the days when the area was an industrial powerhouse producing around a fifth of the world's ships. Now Glasgow promotes itself instead as a financial and commercial hub – although it still struggles with high unemployment. Picture taken January 16, 2014. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY)

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February 26, 2014 
A man looks out to sea in Portsmouth November 25, 2013. The British shipbuilding industry has been through... 
Portsmouth, United Kingdom 
A man looks out to sea in Portsmouth 
A man looks out to sea in Portsmouth November 25, 2013. The British shipbuilding industry has been through a turbulent time after defence contractor BAE Systems announced in November that it planned to lay off 1,775 ship workers across the UK. The cuts signal the end of more than 500 years of shipbuilding in Portsmouth on England's south coast. BAE is set to continue constructing ships in Glasgow, but showy entertainment venues, museums and new housing blocks have replaced many of the shipyards that once lined the city’s famous River Clyde. Long gone are the days when the area was an industrial powerhouse producing around a fifth of the world's ships. Now Glasgow promotes itself instead as a financial and commercial hub – although it still struggles with high unemployment. Picture taken January 16, 2014. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY)

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RTR3FQE5 
February 26, 2014 
The Hydro arena is seen at dusk in Glasgow, Scotland January 16, 2014. The British shipbuilding industry... 
Glasgow, United Kingdom 
The Hydro arena is seen at dusk in Glasgow, Scotland 
The Hydro arena is seen at dusk in Glasgow, Scotland January 16, 2014. The British shipbuilding industry has been through a turbulent time after defence contractor BAE Systems announced in November that it planned to lay off 1,775 ship workers across the UK. The cuts signal the end of more than 500 years of shipbuilding in Portsmouth on England's south coast. BAE is set to continue constructing ships in Glasgow, but showy entertainment venues, museums and new housing blocks have replaced many of the shipyards that once lined the city’s famous River Clyde. Long gone are the days when the area was an industrial powerhouse producing around a fifth of the world's ships. Now Glasgow promotes itself instead as a financial and commercial hub – although it still struggles with high unemployment. Picture taken January 16, 2014. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY)

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RTR3FQE4 
February 26, 2014 
A man looks out a window in Govan, Glasgow, Scotland January 16, 2014. The British shipbuilding industry... 
Glasgow, United Kingdom 
A man looks out a window in Govan, Glasgow, Scotland 
A man looks out a window in Govan, Glasgow, Scotland January 16, 2014. The British shipbuilding industry has been through a turbulent time after defence contractor BAE Systems announced in November that it planned to lay off 1,775 ship workers across the UK. The cuts signal the end of more than 500 years of shipbuilding in Portsmouth on England's south coast. BAE is set to continue constructing ships in Glasgow, but showy entertainment venues, museums and new housing blocks have replaced many of the shipyards that once lined the city’s famous River Clyde. Long gone are the days when the area was an industrial powerhouse producing around a fifth of the world's ships. Now Glasgow promotes itself instead as a financial and commercial hub – although it still struggles with high unemployment. Picture taken January 16, 2014. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY REAL ESTATE)

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RTR3FQE3 
February 26, 2014 
Apartment housing blocks are seen in Govan, Glasgow, Scotland January 16, 2014. The British shipbuilding... 
Glasgow, United Kingdom 
Apartment housing blocks are seen in Govan, Glasgow, Scotland 
Apartment housing blocks are seen in Govan, Glasgow, Scotland January 16, 2014. The British shipbuilding industry has been through a turbulent time after defence contractor BAE Systems announced in November that it planned to lay off 1,775 ship workers across the UK. The cuts signal the end of more than 500 years of shipbuilding in Portsmouth on England's south coast. BAE is set to continue constructing ships in Glasgow, but showy entertainment venues, museums and new housing blocks have replaced many of the shipyards that once lined the city’s famous River Clyde. Long gone are the days when the area was an industrial powerhouse producing around a fifth of the world's ships. Now Glasgow promotes itself instead as a financial and commercial hub – although it still struggles with high unemployment. Picture taken January 16, 2014. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY REAL ESTATE)

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BRITAIN-SCOTLAND/GLASGOW
RTR3FQE1 
February 26, 2014 
Members of the Yarrow Recreation Bowling Club watch a bowls game in Scotstoun, Glasgow, Scotland January... 
Glasgow, United Kingdom 
Members of the Yarrow Recreation Bowling Club watch a bowls game in Scotstoun, Glasgow, Scotland 
Members of the Yarrow Recreation Bowling Club watch a bowls game in Scotstoun, Glasgow, Scotland January 15, 2014. The British shipbuilding industry has been through a turbulent time after defence contractor BAE Systems announced in November that it planned to lay off 1,775 ship workers across the UK. The cuts signal the end of more than 500 years of shipbuilding in Portsmouth on England's south coast. BAE is set to continue constructing ships in Glasgow, but showy entertainment venues, museums and new housing blocks have replaced many of the shipyards that once lined the city’s famous River Clyde. Long gone are the days when the area was an industrial powerhouse producing around a fifth of the world's ships. Now Glasgow promotes itself instead as a financial and commercial hub – although it still struggles with high unemployment. Picture taken January 15, 2014. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY)

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BRITAIN-SCOTLAND/GLASGOW
RTR3FQE0 
February 26, 2014 
A member of the Yarrow Recreation Bowling Club lights a cigarette in Scotstoun, Glasgow, Scotland January... 
Glasgow, United Kingdom 
A member of the Yarrow Recreation Bowling Club lights a cigarette in Scotstoun, Glasgow, Scotland 
A member of the Yarrow Recreation Bowling Club lights a cigarette in Scotstoun, Glasgow, Scotland January 15, 2014. The British shipbuilding industry has been through a turbulent time after defence contractor BAE Systems announced in November that it planned to lay off 1,775 ship workers across the UK. The cuts signal the end of more than 500 years of shipbuilding in Portsmouth on England's south coast. BAE is set to continue constructing ships in Glasgow, but showy entertainment venues, museums and new housing blocks have replaced many of the shipyards that once lined the city’s famous River Clyde. Long gone are the days when the area was an industrial powerhouse producing around a fifth of the world's ships. Now Glasgow promotes itself instead as a financial and commercial hub – although it still struggles with high unemployment. Picture taken January 15, 2014. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY)

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BRITAIN-SCOTLAND/GLASGOW
RTR3FQDZ 
February 26, 2014 
Iain Mckechnie chops wood at the Galgael trust in Govan, Glasgow, Scotland January 15, 2014. The Galgael... 
Glasgow, United Kingdom 
Iain Mckechnie chops wood at the Galgael trust in Glasgow, Scotland 
Iain Mckechnie chops wood at the Galgael trust in Govan, Glasgow, Scotland January 15, 2014. The Galgael trust are a charity that runs programs for the long-term unemployed, based in Govern. The British shipbuilding industry has been through a turbulent time after defence contractor BAE Systems announced in November that it planned to lay off 1,775 ship workers across the UK. The cuts signal the end of more than 500 years of shipbuilding in Portsmouth on England's south coast. BAE is set to continue constructing ships in Glasgow, but showy entertainment venues, museums and new housing blocks have replaced many of the shipyards that once lined the city’s famous River Clyde. Long gone are the days when the area was an industrial powerhouse producing around a fifth of the world's ships. Now Glasgow promotes itself instead as a financial and commercial hub – although it still struggles with high unemployment. Picture taken January 15, 2014. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY MARITIME)

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BRITAIN-SCOTLAND/GLASGOW
RTR3FQDY 
February 26, 2014 
Jason Kavanagh works on a boat at the Galgael trust in Govan, Glasgow, Scotland January 15, 2014. The... 
Glasgow, United Kingdom 
Jason Kavanagh works on a boat at the Galgael trust in Govan, Glasgow, Scotland 
Jason Kavanagh works on a boat at the Galgael trust in Govan, Glasgow, Scotland January 15, 2014. The Galgael trust are a charity that runs programs for the long-term unemployed, based in Govern. The British shipbuilding industry has been through a turbulent time after defence contractor BAE Systems announced in November that it planned to lay off 1,775 ship workers across the UK. The cuts signal the end of more than 500 years of shipbuilding in Portsmouth on England's south coast. BAE is set to continue constructing ships in Glasgow, but showy entertainment venues, museums and new housing blocks have replaced many of the shipyards that once lined the city’s famous River Clyde. Long gone are the days when the area was an industrial powerhouse producing around a fifth of the world's ships. Now Glasgow promotes itself instead as a financial and commercial hub – although it still struggles with high unemployment. Picture taken January 15, 2014. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY MARITIME)

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BRITAIN-SCOTLAND/GLASGOW
RTR3FQDX 
February 26, 2014 
A broken light is seen at the Govan Graving Docks in Glasgow, Scotland January 15, 2014. The British... 
Glasgow, United Kingdom 
A broken light is seen at the Govan Graving Docks in Glasgow, Scotland 
A broken light is seen at the Govan Graving Docks in Glasgow, Scotland January 15, 2014. The British shipbuilding industry has been through a turbulent time after defence contractor BAE Systems announced in November that it planned to lay off 1,775 ship workers across the UK. The cuts signal the end of more than 500 years of shipbuilding in Portsmouth on England's south coast. BAE is set to continue constructing ships in Glasgow, but showy entertainment venues, museums and new housing blocks have replaced many of the shipyards that once lined the city’s famous River Clyde. Long gone are the days when the area was an industrial powerhouse producing around a fifth of the world's ships. Now Glasgow promotes itself instead as a financial and commercial hub – although it still struggles with high unemployment. Picture taken January 15, 2014. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY MARITIME)

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BRITAIN-SCOTLAND/GLASGOW
RTR3FQDW 
February 26, 2014 
An apartment building is demolished in Scotstoun, Glasgow, Scotland January 15, 2014. The British shipbuilding... 
Glasgow, United Kingdom 
An apartment building is demolished in Scotstoun, Glasgow, Scotland 
An apartment building is demolished in Scotstoun, Glasgow, Scotland January 15, 2014. The British shipbuilding industry has been through a turbulent time after defence contractor BAE Systems announced in November that it planned to lay off 1,775 ship workers across the UK. The cuts signal the end of more than 500 years of shipbuilding in Portsmouth on England's south coast. BAE is set to continue constructing ships in Glasgow, but showy entertainment venues, museums and new housing blocks have replaced many of the shipyards that once lined the city’s famous River Clyde. Long gone are the days when the area was an industrial powerhouse producing around a fifth of the world's ships. Now Glasgow promotes itself instead as a financial and commercial hub – although it still struggles with high unemployment. Picture taken January 15, 2014. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY MARITIME REAL ESTATE)

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February 26, 2014 
Rubbish floats in the Govan Graving Docks in Glasgow, Scotland January 15, 2014. The British shipbuilding... 
Glasgow, United Kingdom 
Rubbish floats in the Govan Graving Docks in Glasgow, Scotland 
Rubbish floats in the Govan Graving Docks in Glasgow, Scotland January 15, 2014. The British shipbuilding industry has been through a turbulent time after defence contractor BAE Systems announced in November that it planned to lay off 1,775 ship workers across the UK. The cuts signal the end of more than 500 years of shipbuilding in Portsmouth on England's south coast. BAE is set to continue constructing ships in Glasgow, but showy entertainment venues, museums and new housing blocks have replaced many of the shipyards that once lined the city’s famous River Clyde. Long gone are the days when the area was an industrial powerhouse producing around a fifth of the world's ships. Now Glasgow promotes itself instead as a financial and commercial hub – although it still struggles with high unemployment. Picture taken January 15, 2014. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY MARITIME ENVIRONMENT)

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BRITAIN-SCOTLAND/GLASGOW
RTR3FQDU 
February 26, 2014 
A worker works on a section of a Royal Navy aircraft carrier at BAE Systems Govan yard in Glasgow, Scotland... 
Glasgow, United Kingdom 
A worker works on a section of a Royal Navy aircraft carrier at BAE Systems Govan yard in Glasgow, Scotland... 
A worker works on a section of a Royal Navy aircraft carrier at BAE Systems Govan yard in Glasgow, Scotland January 16, 2014. The British shipbuilding industry has been through a turbulent time after defence contractor BAE Systems announced in November that it planned to lay off 1,775 ship workers across the UK. The cuts signal the end of more than 500 years of shipbuilding in Portsmouth on England's south coast. BAE is set to continue constructing ships in Glasgow, but showy entertainment venues, museums and new housing blocks have replaced many of the shipyards that once lined the city’s famous River Clyde. Long gone are the days when the area was an industrial powerhouse producing around a fifth of the world's ships. Now Glasgow promotes itself instead as a financial and commercial hub – although it still struggles with high unemployment. Picture taken January 16, 2014. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS MILITARY EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY MARITIME TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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BRITAIN-SCOTLAND/GLASGOW
RTR3FQDT 
February 26, 2014 
A welder works on a section of a Royal Navy aircraft carrier at BAE Systems Govan yard in Glasgow, Scotland... 
Glasgow, United Kingdom 
A worker works on a section of a Royal Navy aircraft carrier at BAE Systems Govan yard in Glasgow, Scotland... 
A welder works on a section of a Royal Navy aircraft carrier at BAE Systems Govan yard in Glasgow, Scotland January 16, 2014. The British shipbuilding industry has been through a turbulent time after defence contractor BAE Systems announced in November that it planned to lay off 1,775 ship workers across the UK. The cuts signal the end of more than 500 years of shipbuilding in Portsmouth on England's south coast. BAE is set to continue constructing ships in Glasgow, but showy entertainment venues, museums and new housing blocks have replaced many of the shipyards that once lined the city’s famous River Clyde. Long gone are the days when the area was an industrial powerhouse producing around a fifth of the world's ships. Now Glasgow promotes itself instead as a financial and commercial hub – although it still struggles with high unemployment. Picture taken January 16, 2014. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS MILITARY EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY MARITIME)

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BRITAIN-SCOTLAND/GLASGOW
RTR3FQDS 
February 26, 2014 
Men work on a boat on the river Clyde during a misty morning in Glasgow, Scotland January 14, 2014. The... 
Glasgow, United Kingdom 
Men work on a boat on the river Clyde during a misty morning in Glasgow, Scotland 
Men work on a boat on the river Clyde during a misty morning in Glasgow, Scotland January 14, 2014. The British shipbuilding industry has been through a turbulent time after defence contractor BAE Systems announced in November that it planned to lay off 1,775 ship workers across the UK. The cuts signal the end of more than 500 years of shipbuilding in Portsmouth on England's south coast. BAE is set to continue constructing ships in Glasgow, but showy entertainment venues, museums and new housing blocks have replaced many of the shipyards that once lined the city’s famous River Clyde. Long gone are the days when the area was an industrial powerhouse producing around a fifth of the world's ships. Now Glasgow promotes itself instead as a financial and commercial hub – although it still struggles with high unemployment. Picture taken January 14, 2014. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS MILITARY EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY MARITIME ENVIRONMENT)

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BRITAIN-SCOTLAND/GLASGOW
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February 26, 2014 
A seagull flies past cranes at BAE Systems Govan yard as the sun rises in Glasgow, Scotland January 16,... 
Glasgow, United Kingdom 
A seagull flies past cranes at BAE Systems Govan yard as the sun rises in Glasgow, Scotland 
A seagull flies past cranes at BAE Systems Govan yard as the sun rises in Glasgow, Scotland January 16, 2014. The British shipbuilding industry has been through a turbulent time after defence contractor BAE Systems announced in November that it planned to lay off 1,775 ship workers across the UK. The cuts signal the end of more than 500 years of shipbuilding in Portsmouth on England's south coast. BAE is set to continue constructing ships in Glasgow, but showy entertainment venues, museums and new housing blocks have replaced many of the shipyards that once lined the city’s famous River Clyde. Long gone are the days when the area was an industrial powerhouse producing around a fifth of the world's ships. Now Glasgow promotes itself instead as a financial and commercial hub – although it still struggles with high unemployment. Picture taken January 16, 2014. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS MILITARY EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY MARITIME ANIMALS)

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BRITAIN-SCOTLAND/GLASGOW
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February 26, 2014 
Cranes are seen at BAE Systems Govan yard during a misty morning in Glasgow, Scotland January 14, 2014.... 
Glasgow, United Kingdom 
Cranes are seen at BAE Systems Govan yard during a misty morning in Glasgow, Scotland 
Cranes are seen at BAE Systems Govan yard during a misty morning in Glasgow, Scotland January 14, 2014. The British shipbuilding industry has been through a turbulent time after defence contractor BAE Systems announced in November that it planned to lay off 1,775 ship workers across the UK. The cuts signal the end of more than 500 years of shipbuilding in Portsmouth on England's south coast. BAE is set to continue constructing ships in Glasgow, but showy entertainment venues, museums and new housing blocks have replaced many of the shipyards that once lined the city’s famous River Clyde. Long gone are the days when the area was an industrial powerhouse producing around a fifth of the world's ships. Now Glasgow promotes itself instead as a financial and commercial hub – although it still struggles with high unemployment. Picture taken January 14, 2014. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS MILITARY EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY MARITIME TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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November 06, 2013 
Shipworkers leave the BAE systems yard at Govan on the river Clyde in Glasgow, Scotland November 6, 2013.... 
Glasgow, United Kingdom 
Shipworkers leave the BAE systems yard at Govan on the river Clyde in Glasgow, Scotland 
Shipworkers leave the BAE systems yard at Govan on the river Clyde in Glasgow, Scotland November 6, 2013. Defence contractor BAE Systems plans to lay off 1,775 ship workers across the UK as the biggest warships Britain has ever built near completion with no similar-sized orders on the horizon. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT MILITARY MARITIME) 
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November 06, 2013 
Shipworkers leave the BAE systems yard at Govan on the river Clyde in Glasgow, Scotland November 6, 2013.... 
Glasgow, United Kingdom 
Shipworkers leave the BAE systems yard at Govan on the river Clyde in Glasgow, Scotland 
Shipworkers leave the BAE systems yard at Govan on the river Clyde in Glasgow, Scotland November 6, 2013. Defence contractor BAE Systems plans to lay off 1,775 ship workers across the UK as the biggest warships Britain has ever built near completion with no similar-sized orders on the horizon. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT MILITARY MARITIME) 
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