©INS News Agency Ltd..25/05/2011First Lady Michelle Obama visits students from the Elizabeth Garrett Anderson School for a day-long "immersion experience" at Oxford University.Michelle Obama hugs a student after the question and answer session.Pictures by Ben Russell
©INS News Agency Ltd..25/05/2011First Lady Michelle Obama visits students from the Elizabeth Garrett Anderson School for a day-long "immersion experience" at Oxford University.Michelle Obama hugs a student after the question and answer session.Pictures by Ben Russell
©INS News Agency Ltd..25/05/2011First Lady Michelle Obama visits students from the Elizabeth Garrett Anderson School for a day-long "immersion experience" at Oxford University.Pictures by Ben Russell
©INS News Agency Ltd..25/05/2011First Lady Michelle Obama visits students from the Elizabeth Garrett Anderson School for a day-long "immersion experience" at Oxford University.Pictures by Ben Russell
Pics by Ben Russell/ Deadline ScotlandGordon Brown greets photographers and maternity staff members at Edinburgh Royal Infirmary, with his new born baby James Fraser Brown and wife Sarah.
Pics by Ben Russell/ Deadline ScotlandGordon Brown greets photographers and maternity staff members at Edinburgh Royal Infirmary, with his new born baby James Fraser Brown and wife Sarah.
©INS News Agency Ltd..12/05/2011Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, plays with a radio controlled toy tank and aims the cannon at photographers during her visit at the Royal Windsor Horse Show.Pictures by Ben Russell
©INS News Agency Ltd..12/05/2011Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, plays with a radio controlled toy tank and aims the cannon at photographers during her visit at the Royal Windsor Horse Show.Pictures by Ben Russell
Pictures by Ben Russell / Guzelian Conservative leader David Cameron meets party members from the Trafford area of Manchester.Pictured outside the Sale Waterside Arts Centre in Trafford
Pictures by Ben Russell / Guzelian Conservative leader David Cameron meets party members from the Trafford area of Manchester.Pictured outside the Sale Waterside Arts Centre in Trafford
Pictures by Ben Russell / Guzelian Conservative leader David Cameron meets party members from the Trafford area of Manchester.Pictured outside the Sale Waterside Arts Centre in Trafford
Pictures by Ben Russell / Guzelian Conservative leader David Cameron meets party members from the Trafford area of Manchester.Pictured outside the Sale Waterside Arts Centre in Trafford
Pictures by Ben Russell / Guzelian Conservative leader David Cameron meets party members from the Trafford area of Manchester.Pictured outside the Sale Waterside Arts Centre in Trafford
Pictures by Ben Russell / Guzelian Conservative leader David Cameron meets party members from the Trafford area of Manchester.Pictured outside the Sale Waterside Arts Centre in Trafford
PICS BY BEN RUSSELL/ DEADLINE SCOTLANDWORDS BY DOUG WALKERA CHEEKY nursery girl had her classmates in stitches when she pulled faces behind Cherie Blair’s back during her visit to a nursery.Visiting Edinburgh along with the Prime Minister, Mrs Blair also donned a red nose in support of Comic Relief. But it was four-year-old Helen Opan who was the real star of the show as she made some hilarious faces behind the QC’s back.
PICS BY BEN RUSSELL/ DEADLINE SCOTLANDWORDS BY DOUG WALKERA CHEEKY nursery girl had her classmates in stitches when she pulled faces behind Cherie Blair’s back during her visit to a nursery.Visiting Edinburgh along with the Prime Minister, Mrs Blair also donned a red nose in support of Comic Relief. But it was four-year-old Helen Opan who was the real star of the show as she made some hilarious faces behind the QC’s back.
PICS BY BEN RUSSELL/ DEADLINE SCOTLANDWORDS BY DOUG WALKERA CHEEKY nursery girl had her classmates in stitches when she pulled faces behind Cherie Blair’s back during her visit to a nursery.Visiting Edinburgh along with the Prime Minister, Mrs Blair also donned a red nose in support of Comic Relief. But it was four-year-old Helen Opan who was the real star of the show as she made some hilarious faces behind the QC’s back.
PICS BY BEN RUSSELL/ DEADLINE SCOTLANDWORDS BY DOUG WALKERA CHEEKY nursery girl had her classmates in stitches when she pulled faces behind Cherie Blair’s back during her visit to a nursery.Visiting Edinburgh along with the Prime Minister, Mrs Blair also donned a red nose in support of Comic Relief. But it was four-year-old Helen Opan who was the real star of the show as she made some hilarious faces behind the QC’s back.
Pictures by Ben Russell / Guzelian Five men have been treated in hospital for knife wounds  after a major disturbance in outside a nightclub in The Calls area of Leeds City Centre early this morning (5th May 2008)A police forensics photographer investigates the scene of trail of blood in The Calls area in Leeds City Centre. Used tissues and medical equipment are left at the scene (beneath a railway bridge)
Pictures by Ben Russell / Guzelian Five men have been treated in hospital for knife wounds after a major disturbance in outside a nightclub in The Calls area of Leeds City Centre early this morning (5th May 2008)A police forensics photographer investigates the scene of trail of blood in The Calls area in Leeds City Centre. Used tissues and medical equipment are left at the scene (beneath a railway bridge)
Pictures by Ben Russell / Guzelian Mass breastfeed for National Breastfeeding Awareness day at IKEA, Batley (near Leeds)
Pictures by Ben Russell / Guzelian Mass breastfeed for National Breastfeeding Awareness day at IKEA, Batley (near Leeds)
Pictures by Ben Russell / Guzelian The home of John (73) and Moya Green (72), Knipe Point Drive, Cayton bay, Scarborough is under a constant threat of sliding into the sea.
Pictures by Ben Russell / Guzelian The home of John (73) and Moya Green (72), Knipe Point Drive, Cayton bay, Scarborough is under a constant threat of sliding into the sea.
Pictures by Ben Russell / Guzelian Ejaz RabaniPicture shows Ejaz with his Islamic prayer mat.
Pictures by Ben Russell / Guzelian Ejaz RabaniPicture shows Ejaz with his Islamic prayer mat.
Pictures by Ben Russell / Guzelian Kenneth Giles (56) at his home in Bolton Avenue, Poulton-Le-Fylde, Lancashire.Picture shows Ken with photo of his brother Peter from 1968 wearing full army uniform and holding the Sword of Honour at Aldershot Barracks. Peter was 21.
Pictures by Ben Russell / Guzelian Kenneth Giles (56) at his home in Bolton Avenue, Poulton-Le-Fylde, Lancashire.Picture shows Ken with photo of his brother Peter from 1968 wearing full army uniform and holding the Sword of Honour at Aldershot Barracks. Peter was 21.
PICS BY BEN RUSSELL/ DEADLINEWORDS BY AILEEN COWDENTHE wife of a navy surgeon who went missing almost a week ago has made an emotional appeal for his return.David Hughes, 37, disappeared last Wednesday after telling his wife Joanne he was going hillwalking, and has not been seen since.The Surgeon Lieutenant Commander in the Royal Navy has previously served in Iraq during the second Gulf War and had recently been told he would return to Basra in January next year.Police believe the keen outdoor enthusiast, who was living with his family in Edinburgh, could have headed for the hills in Perthshire.Picture shows wife Joanne Hughes.
PICS BY BEN RUSSELL/ DEADLINEWORDS BY AILEEN COWDENTHE wife of a navy surgeon who went missing almost a week ago has made an emotional appeal for his return.David Hughes, 37, disappeared last Wednesday after telling his wife Joanne he was going hillwalking, and has not been seen since.The Surgeon Lieutenant Commander in the Royal Navy has previously served in Iraq during the second Gulf War and had recently been told he would return to Basra in January next year.Police believe the keen outdoor enthusiast, who was living with his family in Edinburgh, could have headed for the hills in Perthshire.Picture shows wife Joanne Hughes.
Pictures by Ben Russell / Guzelian Shooting fatality on East Square Lane, BradfordPicture shows forensics searching through a heavily damaged Volkswagen Golf at the scene of the incident on East Square Lane.
Pictures by Ben Russell / Guzelian Shooting fatality on East Square Lane, BradfordPicture shows forensics searching through a heavily damaged Volkswagen Golf at the scene of the incident on East Square Lane.
Pictures by Ben Russell / Guzelian 227 realistic imitation firearms are crushed by Detective Chief Inspector John Lyons driving a road roller at the Openshaw Police Complex, Manchester.The guns were handed in at police stations across Greater Manchester as part of a month-long campaign targeting realistic imitation firearms and air weapons.Picture shows firearms before the crush
Pictures by Ben Russell / Guzelian 227 realistic imitation firearms are crushed by Detective Chief Inspector John Lyons driving a road roller at the Openshaw Police Complex, Manchester.The guns were handed in at police stations across Greater Manchester as part of a month-long campaign targeting realistic imitation firearms and air weapons.Picture shows firearms before the crush
Pictures by Ben Russell / Guzelian Shooting fatality on East Square Lane, BradfordPicture shows forensics searching through a heavily damaged Volkswagen Golf at the scene of the incident on East Square Lane.
Pictures by Ben Russell / Guzelian Shooting fatality on East Square Lane, BradfordPicture shows forensics searching through a heavily damaged Volkswagen Golf at the scene of the incident on East Square Lane.
Pictures by Ben Russell / Guzelian Shooting fatality on East Square Lane, BradfordPicture shows forensics searching through a heavily damaged Volkswagen Golf at the scene of the incident on East Square Lane.
Pictures by Ben Russell / Guzelian Shooting fatality on East Square Lane, BradfordPicture shows forensics searching through a heavily damaged Volkswagen Golf at the scene of the incident on East Square Lane.
Pictures by Ben Russell / Guzelian Flowers are left at the scene of the death of Amar Aslam (17) in Crow Nest Park, DewsburyA gang of youths walk past the scene
Pictures by Ben Russell / Guzelian Flowers are left at the scene of the death of Amar Aslam (17) in Crow Nest Park, DewsburyA gang of youths walk past the scene
Pictures by Ben Russell / Guzelian Police search undergrowth and the small lake near the scene of the death of Amar Aslam (17) in Crow Nest Park, Dewsbury.
Pictures by Ben Russell / Guzelian Police search undergrowth and the small lake near the scene of the death of Amar Aslam (17) in Crow Nest Park, Dewsbury.
Pictures by Ben Russell / Guzelian Picture shows derelict houses in Darfield, Barnsley. Overlooking the Town of Barnsley.
Pictures by Ben Russell / Guzelian Picture shows derelict houses in Darfield, Barnsley. Overlooking the Town of Barnsley.
Pictures by Ben Russell / Guzelian Picture shows closed down shops on Shipley Estate, Bradford
Pictures by Ben Russell / Guzelian Picture shows closed down shops on Shipley Estate, Bradford
Pictures by Ben Russell / Guzelian Boarded up houses in Ravenscliffe Estate, Bradford
Pictures by Ben Russell / Guzelian Boarded up houses in Ravenscliffe Estate, Bradford
Pictures by Ben Russell / Guzelian National Farms Open Day at Uncle Henry's Farm, Grayingham Farm, Gainsborough.Pig Racing
Pictures by Ben Russell / Guzelian National Farms Open Day at Uncle Henry's Farm, Grayingham Farm, Gainsborough.Pig Racing
Pictures by Ben Russell / Guzelian Cherie Blair and Cardinal Cormac Murphy O'Connor launch The Big Hope at Liverpool's Catholic Cathedral. Billed as a mini version of the United nations.Picture shows Cherie with Cardinal Cormac Murphy O'Connor.
Pictures by Ben Russell / Guzelian Cherie Blair and Cardinal Cormac Murphy O'Connor launch The Big Hope at Liverpool's Catholic Cathedral. Billed as a mini version of the United nations.Picture shows Cherie with Cardinal Cormac Murphy O'Connor.
Pictures by Ben Russell / Guzelian Cherie Blair and Cardinal Cormac Murphy O'Connor launch The Big Hope at Liverpool's Catholic Cathedral. Billed as a mini version of the United nations.
Pictures by Ben Russell / Guzelian Cherie Blair and Cardinal Cormac Murphy O'Connor launch The Big Hope at Liverpool's Catholic Cathedral. Billed as a mini version of the United nations.
Pictures by Ben Russell / Guzelian Cherie Blair and Cardinal Cormac Murphy O'Connor launch The Big Hope at Liverpool's Catholic Cathedral. Billed as a mini version of the United nations.Picture shows Cardinal Cormac Murphy O'Connor (left) talking with Baroness Cox of Queensbury, and Cherie Blair with Archbishop Patrick Kelly (right)
Pictures by Ben Russell / Guzelian Cherie Blair and Cardinal Cormac Murphy O'Connor launch The Big Hope at Liverpool's Catholic Cathedral. Billed as a mini version of the United nations.Picture shows Cardinal Cormac Murphy O'Connor (left) talking with Baroness Cox of Queensbury, and Cherie Blair with Archbishop Patrick Kelly (right)
Pictures by Ben Russell / Guzelian Cherie Blair and Cardinal Cormac Murphy O'Connor launch The Big Hope at Liverpool's Catholic Cathedral. Billed as a mini version of the United nations.Picture shows Cherie with Archbishop Patrick Kelly on the steps of Liverpool Catholic Cathedral
Pictures by Ben Russell / Guzelian Cherie Blair and Cardinal Cormac Murphy O'Connor launch The Big Hope at Liverpool's Catholic Cathedral. Billed as a mini version of the United nations.Picture shows Cherie with Archbishop Patrick Kelly on the steps of Liverpool Catholic Cathedral
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The General Synod of The Church of England at The University of YorkThe General Synod of The Church of England at The University of YorkPictures show the Archbishop of York John Sentamu with the Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams after the Sunday morning holy communion at York Minster.
The General Synod of The Church of England at The University of YorkThe General Synod of The Church of England at The University of YorkPictures show the Archbishop of York John Sentamu with the Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams after the Sunday morning holy communion at York Minster.
The General Synod of The Church of England at The University of YorkThe General Synod of The Church of England at The University of YorkPictures show the Archbishop of York John Sentamu with the Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams after the Sunday morning holy communion at York Minster.
The General Synod of The Church of England at The University of YorkThe General Synod of The Church of England at The University of YorkPictures show the Archbishop of York John Sentamu with the Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams after the Sunday morning holy communion at York Minster.
The General Synod of The Church of England at The University of YorkThe General Synod of The Church of England at The University of YorkPictures show the Archbishop of York John Sentamu with the Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams after the Sunday morning holy communion at York Minster.
The General Synod of The Church of England at The University of YorkThe General Synod of The Church of England at The University of YorkPictures show the Archbishop of York John Sentamu with the Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams after the Sunday morning holy communion at York Minster.
The General Synod of The Church of England at The University of YorkThe General Synod of The Church of England at The University of YorkPictures show the Archbishop of York John Sentamu with the Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams after the Sunday morning holy communion at York Minster.
The General Synod of The Church of England at The University of YorkThe General Synod of The Church of England at The University of YorkPictures show the Archbishop of York John Sentamu with the Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams after the Sunday morning holy communion at York Minster.
The General Synod of The Church of England at The University of YorkThe General Synod of The Church of England at The University of YorkPicture shows people being thoroughly checked by security with a scanner at the Great Hall, York University.
The General Synod of The Church of England at The University of YorkThe General Synod of The Church of England at The University of YorkPicture shows people being thoroughly checked by security with a scanner at the Great Hall, York University.
The Winter Olympic torch passes through the neighbourhood of Kitsilano on 4th Avenue before the start of Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics.
The Winter Olympic torch passes through the neighbourhood of Kitsilano on 4th Avenue before the start of Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics.
Funeral of Sian O'Callaghan.A private service was preceded by a funeral cortege that passed through the Old Town of Swindon city centre.The crowd throw flowers on to the funeral cortege as is passes through the Old Town.
Funeral of Sian O'Callaghan.A private service was preceded by a funeral cortege that passed through the Old Town of Swindon city centre.The crowd throw flowers on to the funeral cortege as is passes through the Old Town.
©INS News Agency Ltd..21/04/2011Pictures by Ben RussellA man on his lunch break joins hundreds of others who are enjoying the hot sunny weather at the beginning of the Easter weekend at Windsor Castle.
©INS News Agency Ltd..21/04/2011Pictures by Ben RussellA man on his lunch break joins hundreds of others who are enjoying the hot sunny weather at the beginning of the Easter weekend at Windsor Castle.
©INS News Agency Ltd..29/04/2011Tea in the Park, outdoor event at Kate Middleton's home village of Bucklebury to celebrate the Royal Wedding.Mary Sanderson (three) from Sussex takes a break during the party.Pictures by Ben Russell
©INS News Agency Ltd..29/04/2011Tea in the Park, outdoor event at Kate Middleton's home village of Bucklebury to celebrate the Royal Wedding.Mary Sanderson (three) from Sussex takes a break during the party.Pictures by Ben Russell
©INS News Agency Ltd..12/05/2011Her Majesty The Queen and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, during their visit at the Royal Windsor Horse Show.Pictures by Ben Russell
©INS News Agency Ltd..12/05/2011Her Majesty The Queen and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, during their visit at the Royal Windsor Horse Show.Pictures by Ben Russell
©INS News Agency Ltd..12/05/2011Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, during her visit at the Royal Windsor Horse Show.Pictures by Ben Russell
©INS News Agency Ltd..12/05/2011Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, during her visit at the Royal Windsor Horse Show.Pictures by Ben Russell
©INS News Agency Ltd..12/05/2011Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, during her visit at the Royal Windsor Horse Show.Pictures by Ben Russell
©INS News Agency Ltd..12/05/2011Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, during her visit at the Royal Windsor Horse Show.Pictures by Ben Russell
©INS News Agency Ltd..12/05/2011Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, strokes an Irish wolf hound during her visit at the Royal Windsor Horse Show.Pictures by Ben Russell
©INS News Agency Ltd..12/05/2011Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, strokes an Irish wolf hound during her visit at the Royal Windsor Horse Show.Pictures by Ben Russell
PICS BY BEN RUSSELL/ DEADLINE SCOTLANDWORDS BY AILEEN COWDENHUNDREDS of mad New Year revelers plunged into the freezing waters of the Firth of Forth to take part in the annual ‘Loony Dook’ yesterday.Around 400 participants, many wearing fancy dress, braved the blistering winds and pouring rain to parade along the High Street in South Queensferry before jumping into the freezing water.
PICS BY BEN RUSSELL/ DEADLINE SCOTLANDWORDS BY AILEEN COWDENHUNDREDS of mad New Year revelers plunged into the freezing waters of the Firth of Forth to take part in the annual ‘Loony Dook’ yesterday.Around 400 participants, many wearing fancy dress, braved the blistering winds and pouring rain to parade along the High Street in South Queensferry before jumping into the freezing water.
PICS BY BEN RUSSELL/ DEADLINE SCOTLANDWORDS BY AILEEN COWDENHUNDREDS of mad New Year revelers plunged into the freezing waters of the Firth of Forth to take part in the annual ‘Loony Dook’ yesterday.Around 400 participants, many wearing fancy dress, braved the blistering winds and pouring rain to parade along the High Street in South Queensferry before jumping into the freezing water.
PICS BY BEN RUSSELL/ DEADLINE SCOTLANDWORDS BY AILEEN COWDENHUNDREDS of mad New Year revelers plunged into the freezing waters of the Firth of Forth to take part in the annual ‘Loony Dook’ yesterday.Around 400 participants, many wearing fancy dress, braved the blistering winds and pouring rain to parade along the High Street in South Queensferry before jumping into the freezing water.
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