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BRITAIN
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August 06, 2005
Members of Parliament David Milliband (L) and Stephen Byers (R) arrive for the Service of Thanksgiving...
London, UK
Members of Parliament Milliband and Byers arrive for the Service of Thanksgiving for the Life and Work...
Members of Parliament David Milliband (L) and Stephen Byers (R) arrive for the Service of Thanksgiving for the Life and Work of Britain's former Foreign Secretary Robin Cook at St. Margaret's Church, Westminster Abbey, London December 5, 2005. Cook, died on August 6, 2005 at Raigmore Hospital after collapsing whilst walking on Ben Stack mountain in northwest Scotland. REUTERS/Stephen Hird
TRANSPORT RAILTRACK
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July 12, 2005
Britain's former transport minister Stephen Byers arrives at the High Court in London, July 12, 2005....
London, UK
Britain's former transport minister Stephen Byers arrives at the High Court in London.
Britain's former transport minister Stephen Byers arrives at the High Court in London, July 12, 2005. Byers is due to give evidence on Tuesday as shareholders in Railtrack take their claim for compensation to the High Court in Britain's largest-ever group action, for money lost when the government forced Railtrack out of business in 2001. REUTERS/Stephen Hird SH/ASA
TRANSPORT RAILTRACK
RTRH8O9
July 12, 2005
Britain's former transport minister Stephen Byers arrives at the High Court in London, July 12, 2005....
London, UK
Britain's former transport minister Stephen Byers arrives at the High Court in London.
Britain's former transport minister Stephen Byers arrives at the High Court in London, July 12, 2005. Byers is due to give evidence on Tuesday as shareholders in Railtrack take their claim for compensation to the High Court in Britain's largest-ever group action, for money lost when the government forced Railtrack out of business in 2001. REUTERS/Stephen Hird SH/ASA
TRANSPORT RAILTRACK
RTRH8NZ
July 12, 2005
Britain's former transport minister Stephen Byers arrives at the High Court in London, July 12, 2005....
London, UK
Britain's former transport minister Stephen Byers arrives at the High Court in London.
Britain's former transport minister Stephen Byers arrives at the High Court in London, July 12, 2005. Byers is due to give evidence on Tuesday as shareholders in Railtrack take their claim for compensation to the High Court in Britain's largest-ever group action, for money lost when the government forced Railtrack out of business in 2001. REUTERS/Stephen Hird SH/ASA
TRANSPORT RAILTRACK
RTRH8NM
July 12, 2005
Britain's former transport minister Stephen Byers arrives at the High Court in London, July 12, 2005....
London, UK
Britain's former transport minister Stephen Byers arrives at the High Court in London.
Britain's former transport minister Stephen Byers arrives at the High Court in London, July 12, 2005. Byers is due to give evidence on Tuesday as shareholders in Railtrack take their claim for compensation to the High Court in Britain's largest-ever group action, for money lost when the government forced Railtrack out of business in 2001. REUTERS/Stephen Hird SH/ASA
TRANSPORT RAILTRACK
RTRH8N8
July 12, 2005
Britain's former transport minister Stephen Byers arrives at the High Court in London, July 12, 2005....
London, UK
Britain's former transport minister Stephen Byers arrives at the High Court in London.
Britain's former transport minister Stephen Byers arrives at the High Court in London, July 12, 2005. Byers is due to give evidence on Tuesday as shareholders in Railtrack take their claim for compensation to the High Court in Britain's largest-ever group action, for money lost when the government forced Railtrack out of business in 2001. REUTERS/Stephen Hird SH/ASA
BYERS
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February 19, 2004
Former cabinet minister Britain's Stephen Byers takes questions from the media after addressing the New...
London, UK
Former cabinet minister Britain's Stephen Byers takes questions from the media after addressing the .....
Former cabinet minister Britain's Stephen Byers takes questions from the media after addressing the New Local Government Network conference in London on the future of the council tax, February 19, 2004. [Byers was expected to attack the council tax as unfair on Thursday and say that poor people pay contributions disproportionate to their wealth.]
BRITAIN
RTRD3MK
February 19, 2004
Former cabinet minister Britain's Stephen Byers takes questions from the media after addressing the New...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
FORMER CABINET MINISTER BYERS TAKES QUESTIONS FROM MEDIA AFTER SPEECH IN LONDON.
Former cabinet minister Britain's Stephen Byers takes questions from the media after addressing the New Local Government Network conference in London on the future of the council tax, February 19, 2004. Byers was expected to attack the council tax as unfair on Thursday and say that poor people pay contributions disproportionate to their wealth. REUTERS/David Bebber BEB/ASA
BRITAIN
RTRD3MC
February 19, 2004
Former cabinet minister Britain's Stephen Byers takes questions from the media after addressing the New...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
FORMER CABINET MINISTER BYERS TAKES QUESTIONS FROM MEDIA AFTER SPEECH IN LONDON.
Former cabinet minister Britain's Stephen Byers takes questions from the media after addressing the New Local Government Network conference in London on the future of the council tax, February 19, 2004. Byers was expected to attack the council tax as unfair on Thursday and say that poor people pay contributions disproportionate to their wealth. REUTERS/David Bebber BEB/ASA
BRITAIN
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February 19, 2004
Former cabinet minister Britain's Stephen Byers takes questions from the media after addressing the New...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
FORMER CABINET MINISTER BYERS TAKES QUESTIONS FROM MEDIA AFTER SPEECH IN LONDON.
Former cabinet minister Britain's Stephen Byers takes questions from the media after addressing the New Local Government Network conference in London on the future of the council tax, February 19, 2004. Byers was expected to attack the council tax as unfair on Thursday and say that poor people pay contributions disproportionate to their wealth. REUTERS/David Bebber BEB/ASA
BRITAIN LABOUR
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October 01, 2002
Former British Transport Minister Stephen Byers looks down outside the
Labour Party Conference in Blackpool...
Blackpool, UK
FORMER BRITISH TRANSPORT MINISTER STEPHEN BYERS LOOKS DOWN OUTSIDE THE
LABOUR PARTY CONFERENCE IN BLACKPOOL....
Former British Transport Minister Stephen Byers looks down outside the
Labour Party Conference in Blackpool on October 1, 2002. Byers resigned
from his ministerial post earlier this year after a row over news
management in his department. REUTERS/Ian Hodgson

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BRITAIN POLITICS
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May 29, 2002
Alistair Darling leaves Downing Street after being appointed as
Britain's Transport Secretary May 29,...
London, UK
ALISTAIR DARLING LEAVES DOWNING STREET AFTER BEING APPOINTED AS
TRANSPORT SECRETARY.
Alistair Darling leaves Downing Street after being appointed as
Britain's Transport Secretary May 29, 2002. Darling replaces Stephen
Byers who resigned from the post yesterday. REUTERS/Stephen Hird

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BRITAIN POLITICS
RTR5SC2
May 29, 2002
Alistair Darling leaves Downing Street after being appointed as
Britain's Transport Secretary May 29,...
London, UK
ALISTAIR DARLING LEAVES DOWNING STREET AFTER BEING APPOINTED A
TRANSPORT SECRETARY.
Alistair Darling leaves Downing Street after being appointed as
Britain's Transport Secretary May 29, 2002. Darling replaces Stephen
Byers who resigned from the post yesterday. REUTERS/Stephen Hird

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BRITAIN POLITICS
RTR5SBV
May 29, 2002
Alistair darling leaves Downing Street after being appointed as
Britain's Transport Secretary May 29,...
London, UK
ALISTAIR DARLING LEAVES DOWNING STREET AFTER BEING APPOINTED A
TRANSPORT SECRETARY.
Alistair darling leaves Downing Street after being appointed as
Britain's Transport Secretary May 29, 2002. Darling replaces Stephen
Byers who resigned from the post yesterday. REUTERS/Stephen Hird

PS
BRITAIN POLITICS
RTR5SAN
May 29, 2002
Alistair Campbell, press secretary to Britain's Prime Minister Tony
Blair arrives in Downing Street...
London, UK
ALISTAIR CAMPBELL, PRESS SECRETARY OF PRIME MINISTER BLAIR ARRIVES AT
DOWNING STREET.
Alistair Campbell, press secretary to Britain's Prime Minister Tony
Blair arrives in Downing Street May 29, 2002. Blair is set to announce
who will replace Stephen Byers as Transport Secretary following Byers'
resignation from the post yesterday. REUTERS/Stephen Hird

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BRITAIN BYERS
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May 28, 2002
Former Secretary of State for Transport Stephen Byers arrives at his
home in Newcastle, May 28, 2002....
Newcastle, UK
EX-TRANSPORT MINISTER STEPHEN BYERS ARRIVES AT HIS HOME IN NEWCASTLE.
Former Secretary of State for Transport Stephen Byers arrives at his
home in Newcastle, May 28, 2002. Byers resigned today from his post in
charge of Britain's ramshackle transport system, admitting he had made
mistakes in a year marred by death on the rails and scandal among top
aides. REUTERS/Ian Hodgson

IH/MC
BRITAIN BYERS
RTRVXD5
May 28, 2002
Former Secretary of State for Transport Stephen Byers arrives at his
home in Newcastle, May 28, 2002....
Newcastle, UK
EX-TRANSPORT MINISTER STEPHEN BYERS ARRIVES AT HIS HOME IN NEWCASTLE.
Former Secretary of State for Transport Stephen Byers arrives at his
home in Newcastle, May 28, 2002. Byers resigned today from his post in
charge of Britain's ramshackle transport system, admitting he had made
mistakes in a year marred by death on the rails and scandal among top
aides. REUTERS/Ian Hodgson

IH/MC
BRITAIN BYERS
RTRVXCZ
May 28, 2002
Former Secretary of State for Transport Stephen Byers arrives at his
home in Newcastle, May 28, 2002....
Newcastle, UK
EX-TRANSPORT MINISTER STEPHEN BYERS ARRIVES AT HIS HOME IN NEWCASTLE.
Former Secretary of State for Transport Stephen Byers arrives at his
home in Newcastle, May 28, 2002. Byers resigned today from his post in
charge of Britain's ramshackle transport system, admitting he had made
mistakes in a year marred by death on the rails and scandal among top
aides. REUTERS/Ian Hodgson

IH/MC
BRITAIN BYERS
RTR5RNB
May 28, 2002
Britain's Secretary of State for Transport Stephen Byers leaves Kings
Cross station, London, May 28,...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S TRANSPORT SECRETARY BYERS TRAVEL BY TRAIN AFTER RESIGNING.
Britain's Secretary of State for Transport Stephen Byers leaves Kings
Cross station, London, May 28, 2002. Byers resigned from his job on
Tuesday following a catalogue of public relation disasters over the
nations ailing railway network. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

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BRITAIN BYERS
RTR5RN0
May 28, 2002
Britain's Secretary of State for Transport Stephen Byers leaves Kings
Cross station, London, May 28,...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S TRANSPORT SECRETARY BYERS RESIGNS.
Britain's Secretary of State for Transport Stephen Byers leaves Kings
Cross station, London, May 28, 2002. Byers resigned from his job on
Tuesday following a catalogue of public relation disasters over the
nations ailing railway network. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

MC/CRB
BRITAIN BYERS
RTR5RMH
May 28, 2002
Britain's Secretary of State for Transport Stephen Byers leaves Kings
Cross station, London, May 28,...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S TRANSPORT SECRETARY BYERS RESIGNS.
Britain's Secretary of State for Transport Stephen Byers leaves Kings
Cross station, London, May 28, 2002. Byers resigned from his job
following a catalogue of public relation disasters over the nations
ailing railway network. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

MC/CRB
BRITAIN BYERS
RTR5RM1
May 28, 2002
Britain's Secretary of State for Transport Stephen Byers leaves Kings
Cross station, London, May 28,...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S TRANSPORT SECRETARY BYERS RESIGNS.
Britain's Secretary of State for Transport Stephen Byers leaves Kings
Cross station, London, May 28, 2002. Byers resigned from his job
following a catalogue of public relation disasters over the nation's
ailing railway network. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

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BRITAIN TRAIN CRASH
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May 11, 2002
Britain's Minister for Transport Stephen Byers visits the scene of the
Potters Bar rail crash in Hertfordshire...
Potters Bar, UK
BRITAIN'S MINISTER FOR TRANSPORT BYERS VISITS POTTERS BAR RAIL CRASH
SITE.
Britain's Minister for Transport Stephen Byers visits the scene of the
Potters Bar rail crash in Hertfordshire May 11, 2002. Safety experts
investigating the train crash focussed on Saturday on a set of points
over which the train passed seconds before it flipped off the rails,
killing seven and injuring dozens. REUTERS/Russell Boyce

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BRITAIN TRAIN CRASH
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May 11, 2002
Britain's Minister for Transport Stephen Byers visits the scene of the
Potters Bar rail crash in Hertfordshire...
Potters Bar, UK
BRITAIN'S TRANSPORT MINISTER STEPHEN BYERS VISITS POTTERS BAR RAIL
CRASH SITE IN HERTFORDSHIRE.
Britain's Minister for Transport Stephen Byers visits the scene of the
Potters Bar rail crash in Hertfordshire May 11, 2002. An investigation
is under way into the crash, in which seven people died, with focused
attention on the set of points, that the train passed at high speed
just before the fourth carriage came off of the track and careered at
high speed onto the platform of Potters Bar Railway Station.
REUTERS/Sean Demsey/Pool

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BRITAIN TRAIN CRASH
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May 11, 2002
Britain's Minister for Transport Stephen Byers (L) with Transport
Police visit the scene of the Potters...
Potters Bar, UK
BRITAIN'S MINISTER FOR TRANSPORT BYERS WITH TRANSPORT POLICE VISIT THE
POTTERS BAR RAIL CRASH SITE.
Britain's Minister for Transport Stephen Byers (L) with Transport
Police visit the scene of the Potters Bar rail crash in Hertfordshire
May 11, 2002. An investigation is under way into the crash, in which
seven people died, with focused attention on the set of points, that
the train passed at high speed just before the fourth carriage came off
of the track and careered at high speed onto the platform of Potters
Bar Railway Station. REUTERS/Russell Boyce

RB/NMB
BRITAIN TRAIN CRASH
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May 11, 2002
Britain's Minister for Transport Stephen Byers visits the scene of the
Potters Bar rail crash in Hertfordshire...
Potters Bar, UK
BRITAIN'S MINISTER FOR TRANSPORT BYERS VISITS POTTERS BAR RAIL CRASH
SITE.
Britain's Minister for Transport Stephen Byers visits the scene of the
Potters Bar rail crash in Hertfordshire May 11, 2002. Safety experts
investigating the train crash focussed on Saturday on a set of points
over which the train passed seconds before it flipped off the rails,
killing seven and injuring dozens. REUTERS/Russell Boyce

RB/NMB
BRITAIN BYERS
RTRVAQE
May 09, 2002
Britain's Secretary of State for Transport Stephen Byers leaves the
Department of Transport in central...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S TRANSPORT SECRETARY BYERS BEOFORE MAKING STATEMENT IN HOUSE
OF COMMONS.
Britain's Secretary of State for Transport Stephen Byers leaves the
Department of Transport in central London to make a statement in the
House of Commons, May 9, 2002. Byers is due to respond to claims he
lied to MPs over the resignation of his communications director Martin
Sixsmith. REUTERS/Dan Chung

DC/ASA
BRITAIN BYERS
RTR4X70
May 09, 2002
Britain's Secretary of State for Transport Stephen Byers leaves the
Department of Transport in central...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S TRANSPORT SECRETARY BYERS BEFORE GIVING STATEMENT IN HOUSE OF
COMMONS.
Britain's Secretary of State for Transport Stephen Byers leaves the
Department of Transport in central London to make a statement in the
House of Commons, May 9, 2002. Byers responded to claims he lied to MPs
over the resignation of his communications director Martin Sixsmith.
REUTERS/Dan Chung

DC/ASA
BRITAIN BYERS
RTR4X6U
May 09, 2002
Britain's Secretary of State for Transport Stephen Byers leaves the
Department of Transport in central...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S TRANSPORT SECRETARY BYERS BEFORE MAKING STATEMENT IN HOUSE OF
COMMONS.
Britain's Secretary of State for Transport Stephen Byers leaves the
Department of Transport in central London to make a statement in the
House of Commons, May 9, 2002. Byers is due to respond to claims he
lied to MPs over the resignation of his communications director Martin
Sixsmith. REUTERS/Dan Chung

DC/ASA
BRITAIN
RTR4X6O
May 09, 2002
Britain's Secretary of State for Transport Stephen Byers leaves the
Department of Transport in central...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S TRANSPORT SECRETARY BYERS LEAVES DTI TO MAKE STATEMENT IN
HOUSE OF COMMONS.
Britain's Secretary of State for Transport Stephen Byers leaves the
Department of Transport in central London to make a statement in the
House of Commons, May 9, 2002. Byers responded to claims he lied to MPs
over the resignation of his communications director Martin Sixsmith.
REUTERS/Dan Chung

DC/NMB
BRITAIN TRANSPORT
RTR152LI
April 11, 2002
Britain's Transport Secretary Stephen Byers makes a speech as the
Labour Party launch their local government...
London, UK
TRANSPORT SECRETARY STEPHEN BYERS IN TROUBLE AGAIN FOR 'BURYING' BAD
NEWS.
Britain's Transport Secretary Stephen Byers makes a speech as the
Labour Party launch their local government election campaign, London,
April 11, 2002. Byers was accused today of 'burying' bad news again as
media reported the release of controversial road congestion measures on
the day of the Queen Mother's funeral. REUTERS/Dan Chung

MC/CRB
BRITAIN BYERS
RTR5RCD
April 11, 2002
Britain's Secretary of State for Transport Stephen Byers makes a speech
as the Labour Party launch their...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S TRANSPORT SECRETARY BYERS RESIGNS.
Britain's Secretary of State for Transport Stephen Byers makes a speech
as the Labour Party launch their local government election campaign in
this file photo dated April 11, 2002. Byers today, May 28, 2002,
resigned from his job following a catalogue of public relation
disasters over the nations ailing railway network. REUTERS/Dan Chung

MC
BRITAIN TRANSPORT
RTR3JHO
April 11, 2002
Britain's Transport Secretary Stephen Byers makes a speech as the
Labour Party launch their local government...
London, UK
TRANSPORT SECRETARY STEPHEN BYERS IN TROUBLE AGAIN FOR 'BURYING' BAD
NEWS.
Britain's Transport Secretary Stephen Byers makes a speech as the
Labour Party launch their local government election campaign, London,
April 11, 2002. Byers was accused today of 'burying' bad news again as
media reported the release of controversial road congestion measures on
the day of the Queen Mother's funeral. REUTERS/Dan Chung

MC
BRITAIN TRANSPORT
RTR3JH5
April 11, 2002
Britain's Transport Secretary Stephen Byers makes a speech as the
Labour Party launch their local government...
London, UK
TRANSPORT SECRETARY STEPHEN BYERS IN TROUBLE AGAIN FOR 'BURYING' BAD
NEWS.
Britain's Transport Secretary Stephen Byers makes a speech as the
Labour Party launch their local government election campaign, London,
April 11, 2002. Byers was accused today of 'burying' bad news again as
media reported the release of controversial road congestion measures on
the day of the Queen Mother's funeral. REUTERS/Dan Chung

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BRITAIN TRANSPORT
RTR3JH0
April 11, 2002
Britain's Transport Secretary Stephen Byers makes a speech as the
Labour Party launch their local government...
London, UK
TRANSPORT SECRETARY STEPHEN BYERS IN TROUBLE AGAIN FOR 'BURYING' BAD
NEWS.
Britain's Transport Secretary Stephen Byers makes a speech as the
Labour Party launch their local government election campaign, London,
April 11, 2002. Byers was accused today of 'burying' bad news again as
media reported the release of controversial road congestion measures on
the day of the Queen Mother's funeral. REUTERS/Dan Chung

MC/AA
BRITAIN RAILTRACK
RTR2Y46
March 25, 2002
Transport secretary Stephen Byers leaves the Department of Transport
for the House of Commons to give...
London, UK
TRANSPORT SECRETARY STEPHEN BYERS LEAVES FOR THE HOUSE OF COMMONS.
Transport secretary Stephen Byers leaves the Department of Transport
for the House of Commons to give a statement on Railtrack, March 25,
2002. The British government has backed a rescue bid for the country's
financially crippled rail network in a move that was criticised as a
surrender to powerful shareholders and financiers. REUTERS/Dan Chung

DC
BRITAIN
RTR2CAQ
March 07, 2002
British Minister for Transport Stephen Byers leaves Downing Street
after a Cabinet meeting in central...
London, UK
MINISTER FOR TRANSPORT STEPHEN BYERS LEAVES DOWNING STREET AFTER A
CABINET MEETING.
British Minister for Transport Stephen Byers leaves Downing Street
after a Cabinet meeting in central London, March 7, 2002.
REUTERS/Ferran Paredes

DCS
BRITAIN
RTR29NE
March 07, 2002
Department of Transport Local Government and the Regions Permanent
Secretary Sir Richard Mottram arrives...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT PERMANENT SECRETARY MOTTRAM ARRIVES
TO GIVE EVIDENCE IN LONDON.
Department of Transport Local Government and the Regions Permanent
Secretary Sir Richard Mottram arrives at Portcullis House in central
London, March 7, 2002. Mottram was due to give evidence to a House of
Commons public administration select committee in relation to the feud
raging in his department surrounding the resignation of special advisor
to Transport Secretary Stephen Byers Jo Moore and the department's Head
of Communications Martin Sixsmith. REUTERS/Ferran Paredes

FP/ASA
BRITAIN
RTR29MV
March 07, 2002
Department of Transport Local Government and the Regions Permanent
Secretary Sir Richard Mottram arrives...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT PERMANENT SECRETARY MOTTRAM ARRIVES
TO GIVE EVIDENCE IN LONDON.
Department of Transport Local Government and the Regions Permanent
Secretary Sir Richard Mottram arrives at Portcullis House in central
London, March 7, 2002. Mottram was due to give evidence to a House of
Commons public administration select committee in relation to the feud
raging in his department surrounding the resignation of special advisor
to Transport Secretary Stephen Byers Jo Moore and the department's Head
of Communications Martin Sixsmith. REUTERS/Ferran Paredes

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BRITAIN
RTR29HY
March 07, 2002
Britain's Secretary of State for Transport Stephen Byers (R) leaves 10
Downing Street after a Cabinet...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S TRANSPORT SECRETARY BYERS LEAVES DOWNING STREET AFTER A
CABINET MEETING.
Britain's Secretary of State for Transport Stephen Byers (R) leaves 10
Downing Street after a Cabinet meeting in central London, March 7,
2002. The British government has dismissed complaints from City of
London fund managers over its decision to put the country's rail
network operator into administration. REUTERS/Ferran Paredes

FP/ASA
BYERS
RTXL3OP
March 05, 2002
Britain's Secretary of State for Transport Stephen Byers leaves his home in Hampstead, north London,...
London, UK
Britain's Secretary of State for Transport Stephen Byers leaves his home in Hampstead, north London,.....
Britain's Secretary of State for Transport Stephen Byers leaves his home in Hampstead, north London, March 5, 2002. [In a further twist to the current feud within Byers' department surrounding the resignations of his special adviser Jo Moore and head of communications Martin Sixsmith, the department's head of news Ian Jones was also suspended on Monday.]
BRITAIN BYERS
RTR25VK
March 05, 2002
Britain's Secretary of State for Transport Stephen Byers leaves his
home in Hampstead, north London,...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S SECRETARY OF STATE FOR TRANSPORT BYERS LEAVES HIS HOME IN
HAMPSTEAD, NORTH LONDON.
Britain's Secretary of State for Transport Stephen Byers leaves his
home in Hampstead, north London, March 5, 2002. In a further twist to
the current feud within Byers' department surrounding the resignations
of his special adviser Jo Moore and head of communications Martin
Sixsmith, the department's head of news Ian Jones was also suspended on
Monday. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty

KD/ASA
BRITAIN BYERS
RTR25S2
March 05, 2002
Britain's Secretary of State for Transport Stephen Byers leaves his
home in Hampstead, north London,...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S SECRETARY OF STATE FOR TRANSPORT BYERS LEAVES HIS HOME IN
HAMPSTEAD, NORTH LONDON.
Britain's Secretary of State for Transport Stephen Byers leaves his
home in Hampstead, north London, March 5, 2002. In a further twist to
the current feud within Byers' department surrounding the resignations
of his special adviser Jo Moore and head of communications Martin
Sixsmith, the department's head of news Ian Jones was also suspended on
Monday. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty

KD/ASA
SIXSMITH
RTXL3EG
February 26, 2002
Former Department of Transport press secretary Martin Sixsmith leaves his home in London February 26,...
London, UK
Former Department of Transport press secretary Martin Sixsmith leaves his home in London February 26.....
Former Department of Transport press secretary Martin Sixsmith leaves his home in London February 26, 2002. Beleaguered Transport Secretary Stephen Byers will battle to shore up his position on Tuesday as the row over "media spin" in his department escalates.
SIXSMITH
RTXL3EF
February 26, 2002
Former Department of Transport press secretary Martin Sixsmith leaves his home in London Fenruary 26,...
London, UK
Former Department of Transport press secretary Martin Sixsmith leaves his home in London Fenruary 26.....
Former Department of Transport press secretary Martin Sixsmith leaves his home in London Fenruary 26, 2002. Beleaguered Transport Secretary Stephen Byers will battle to shore up his position on Tuesday as the row over "media spin" in his department escalates.
BRITAIN SIXSMITH
RTRTG9A
February 26, 2002
Britain's Secretary of State for Transport Stephen Byers leaves the
Department of Transport in London,...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S SECRETARY OF STATE FOR TRANSPORT BYERS LEAVES THE DEPARTMENT
OF TRANSPORT IN LONDON.
Britain's Secretary of State for Transport Stephen Byers leaves the
Department of Transport in London, February 26, 2002. Byers was due to
make a statement to the House of Commons on Tuesday concerning the
damaging row surrounding the resignations of his chief press officer
Martin Sixsmith, and political advisor, Jo Moore. REUTERS/Kieran
Doherty

KD/NMB/ASA
BRITAIN SIXSMITH
RTRTG49
February 26, 2002
Britain's Secretary of State for Transport Stephen Byers arrives at the
Department of Transport in central...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S TRANSPORT SECRETARY STEPHEN BYERS ARRIVES AT THE DEPARTMENT
OF TRANSPORT IN LONDON.
Britain's Secretary of State for Transport Stephen Byers arrives at the
Department of Transport in central London, February 26, 2002.
Government press officer Martin Sixsmith on Tuesday rejected assertions
by Byers that the minister had nothing to do with Sixsmith's
resignation in a row over news management. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty

KD/ASA
BRITAIN SIXSMITH
RTRTG42
February 26, 2002
Britain's Transport Secretary Stephen Byers leaves his home in north
London, February 26, 2002. Government...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S TRANSPORT SECRETARY STEPHEN BYERS LEAVES HIS HOME IN NORTH
LONDON.
Britain's Transport Secretary Stephen Byers leaves his home in north
London, February 26, 2002. Government press officer Martin Sixsmith on
Tuesday rejected assertions by Byers that the minister had nothing to
do with Sixsmith's resignation in a row over news management.
REUTERS/Ian Waldie

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BRITAIN BYERS
RTRTG2Q
February 26, 2002
MARTIN SIXSMITH FORMER PRESS SECRETARY TO BRITAIN'S TRANSPORT MINISTER
STEPHEN BYERS LEAVES HIS HOME...
London, UK
MARTIN SIXSMITH FORMER PRESS SECRETARY TO BRITAIN'S TRANSPORT MINISTER
STEPHEN BYERS LEAVES HIS HOME...
MARTIN SIXSMITH FORMER PRESS SECRETARY TO BRITAIN'S TRANSPORT MINISTER
STEPHEN BYERS LEAVES HIS HOME IN LONDON.


Former Department of Transport press secretary Martin Sixsmith leaves
his home in London February 26, 2002. Beleaguered Transport Secretary
Stephen Byers will battle to shore up his position on Tuesday as the
row over "media spin" in his department escalates. REUTERS/Stephen
Hird
BRITAIN SIXSMITH
RTR1WMA
February 26, 2002
BRITAIN'S SECRETARY OF STATE FOR TRANSPORT STEPHEN BYERS AND DEPARTMENT
OF TRANSPORT PERMANENT SECRETARY...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S SECRETARY OF STATE FOR TRANSPORT STEPHEN BYERS AND DEPARTMENT
OF TRANSPORT PERMANENT SECRETARY...
BRITAIN'S SECRETARY OF STATE FOR TRANSPORT STEPHEN BYERS AND DEPARTMENT
OF TRANSPORT PERMANENT SECRETARY MOTTRAM LEAVE 10 DOWNING STREET IN
LONDON.


Britain's Secretary of State for Transport Stephen Byers (R) and
Department of Transport Permanent Secretary Sir Richard Mottram leave
10 Downing Street in central London, following a meeting with Prime
Minister Tony Blair, February 26, 2002. Pressure mounted on Tuesday for
Byers to resign in the light of the deepening row surrounding the
resignations of his chief press officer Martin Sixsmith and political
advisor Jo Moore. REUTERS/Stephen Hird
BRITAIN SIXSMITH
RTR1WLV
February 26, 2002
BRITAIN'S SECRETARY OF STATE FOR TRANSPORT STEPHEN BYERS AND DEPARTMENT
OF TRANSPORT PERMANENT SECRETARY...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S SECRETARY OF STATE FOR TRANSPORT STEPHEN BYERS AND DEPARTMENT
OF TRANSPORT PERMANENT SECRETARY...
BRITAIN'S SECRETARY OF STATE FOR TRANSPORT STEPHEN BYERS AND DEPARTMENT
OF TRANSPORT PERMANENT SECRETARY MOTTRAM LEAVE 10 DOWNING STREET IN
LONDON.


Britain's Secretary of State for Transport Stephen Byers (R) and
Department of Transport Permanent Secretary Sir Richard Mottram leave
10 Downing Street in central London, following a meeting with Prime
Minister Tony Blair, February 26, 2002. Pressure mounted on Tuesday for
Byers to resign in the light of the deepening row surrounding the
resignations of his chief press officer Martin Sixsmith and political
advisor Jo Moore. REUTERS/Stephen Hird
BRITAIN SIXSMITH
RTR1WLR
February 26, 2002
BRITAIN'S SECRETARY OF STATE FOR TRANSPORT STEPHEN BYERS AND DEPARTMENT
OF TRANSPORT PERMANENT SECRETARY...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S SECRETARY OF STATE FOR TRANSPORT STEPHEN BYERS AND DEPARTMENT
OF TRANSPORT PERMANENT SECRETARY...
BRITAIN'S SECRETARY OF STATE FOR TRANSPORT STEPHEN BYERS AND DEPARTMENT
OF TRANSPORT PERMANENT SECRETARY MOTTRAM LEAVE 10 DOWNING STREET IN
LONDON.


Britain's Secretary of State for Transport Stephen Byers (R) and
Department of Transport Permanent Secretary Sir Richard Mottram leave
10 Downing Street in central London, following a meeting with Prime
Minister Tony Blair, February 26, 2002. Pressure mounted on Tuesday for
Byers to resign in the light of the deepening row surrounding the
resignations of his chief press officer Martin Sixsmith and political
advisor Jo Moore. REUTERS/Stephen Hird
BRITAIN SIXSMITH
RTR1WCD
February 26, 2002
Britain's Secretary of State for Transport Stephen Byers arrives at the
Houses of Parliament in London,...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S SECRETARY OF STATE FOR TRANSPORT BYERS ARRIVES AT THE HOUSES
OF PARLIAMENT IN LONDON.
Britain's Secretary of State for Transport Stephen Byers arrives at the
Houses of Parliament in London, February 26, 2002. Byers was due to
make a statement to the House of Commons on Tuesday concerning the
damaging row surrounding the resignations of his chief press officer
Martin Sixsmith and political advisor, Jo Moore. REUTERS/Stephen Hird

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BRITAIN SIXSMITH
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February 26, 2002
Britain's Transport Secretary Stephen Byers leaves his home in north
London, February 26, 2002. Government...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S TRANSPORT SECRETARY STEPHEN BYERS LEAVES HIS HOME IN NORTH
LONDON.
Britain's Transport Secretary Stephen Byers leaves his home in north
London, February 26, 2002. Government press officer Martin Sixsmith on
Tuesday rejected assertions by Byers that the minister had nothing to
do with Sixsmith's resignation in a row over news management.
REUTERS/Ian Waldie

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BRITAIN SIXSMITH
RTR1VZ2
February 26, 2002
Britain's Transport Secretary Stephen Byers leaves his home in north
London, February 26, 2002. Government...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S TRANSPORT SECRETARY STEPHEN BYERS LEAVES HIS HOME IN NORTH
LONDON.
Britain's Transport Secretary Stephen Byers leaves his home in north
London, February 26, 2002. Government press officer Martin Sixsmith on
Tuesday rejected assertions by Byers that the minister had nothing to
do with Sixsmith's resignation in a row over news management.
REUTERS/Ian Waldie

IW/ASA
BRITAIN SIXSMITH
RTR1VYW
February 26, 2002
Britain's Transport Secretary Stephen Byers leaves his home in north
London, February 26, 2002. Government...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S TRANSPORT SECRETARY STEPHEN BYERS LEAVES HIS HOME IN NORTH
LONDON.
Britain's Transport Secretary Stephen Byers leaves his home in north
London, February 26, 2002. Government press officer Martin Sixsmith on
Tuesday rejected assertions by Byers that the minister had nothing to
do with Sixsmith's resignation in a row over news management.
REUTERS/Ian Waldie

IW/ASA
BRITAIN BYERS
RTR1VSD
February 26, 2002
MARTIN SIXSMITH FORMER PRESS SECRETARY TO BRITAIN'S TRANSPORT MINISTER
STEPHEN BYERS LEAVES HIS HOME...
London, UK
MARTIN SIXSMITH FORMER PRESS SECRETARY TO BRITAIN'S TRANSPORT MINISTER
STEPHEN BYERS LEAVES HIS HOME...
MARTIN SIXSMITH FORMER PRESS SECRETARY TO BRITAIN'S TRANSPORT MINISTER
STEPHEN BYERS LEAVES HIS HOME IN LONDON.


Former Department of Transport press secretary Martin Sixsmith leaves
his home in London Fenruary 26, 2002. Beleaguered Transport Secretary
Stephen Byers will battle to shore up his position on Tuesday as the
row over "media spin" in his department escalates. REUTERS/Stephen
Hird
BRITAIN BYERS
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February 25, 2002
Britain's Department of Transport former press chief Martin Sixsmith
leaves his parents house near Warrington...
London, UK
FILE PHOTO OF BYERS' PRESS CHIEF SIXSMITH.
Britain's Department of Transport former press chief Martin Sixsmith
leaves his parents house near Warrington in this file photo dated
February 25, 2002. The secretary of State for Transport Stephen Byers
today, May 28, 2002, resigned from his job following a catalogue of
public relation disasters over the nations ailing railway network and
an unsavory row over the controversial ousting of Sixsmith. REUTERS/Ian
Hodgson

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BRITAIN
RTR1V8L
February 25, 2002
Britain's Department of Transport press chief Martin Sixsmith gestures
to the press as he leaves his...
Warrington, UK
BRITAIN'S DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT PRESS CHIEF MARTIN SIXSMITH LEAVES
HIS PARENTS HOUSE NEAR WARRINGTON....
Britain's Department of Transport press chief Martin Sixsmith gestures
to the press as he leaves his parents house near Warrington February
25, 2002. Britain's Transport Minister Stephen Byers is facing further
potentially damaging claims concerning the disputed resignation of
Sixsmith. Sixsmith is stating that he has evidence to prove he did not
agree to quit 10 days ago at the same time as Byers' controversial
special adviser, Jo Moore. REUTERS/Ian Hodgson

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BRITAIN
RTR1V88
February 25, 2002
Britain's Department of Transport press chief Martin Sixsmith leaves
his parents house near Warrington...
Warrington, UK
BRITAIN'S DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT PRESS CHIEF MARTIN SIXSMITH LEAVES
HIS PARENTS HOUSE NEAR WARRINGTON....
Britain's Department of Transport press chief Martin Sixsmith leaves
his parents house near Warrington February 25, 2002. Britain's
Transport Minister Stephen Byers is facing further potentially damaging
claims concerning the disputed resignation of Sixsmith. Sixsmith is
stating that he has evidence to prove he did not agree to quit 10 days
ago at the same time as Mr Byers' controversial special adviser, Jo
Moore. REUTERS/Ian Hodgson

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