A skinhead is escorted away by a police officer during a bank holiday weekend in Southend, 7th April 1980. The words 'Made in London' and a cross are tattooed on his shaved scalp.
April 07, 1980 Licence
Former fleet street photographers reunite for a Christmas lunch at the Frontline Club on December 17, 2011 in London, England. The reunion, which last took place five years ago, brought together photographers who collectively have...More
November 22, 2012 Licence
Picture shows a scene in Wootton Bassett high street as crowds gather at a repatriation ceremony. As the death toll of British forces fighting in Afghanistan reaches the grim milestone of 200, the repatriation ceremonies continue to...More
August 31, 2011 Licence
Tony Blair MP is seen during the 1997 General Election campaign trail. The future Prime Minister was photographed via special access behind the scenes during the campaign.
January 04, 2012 Licence
Prince William takes a fall during a polo match playing for the Hayley Charity Trophy in aid of victims of Indian Earthquake Tsunami held at Longdole Polo Club on March 12, 2005 in Birdlip, England.
March 12, 2005 Licence
British Royal Marine George Summers from 539 Assault Squadron, has just learned that his comrade from the unit has been killed during action in the marshes of southern Iraq in 2003.
August 08, 2012 Licence
Along the Khawr Az Zubayr waterway in the marshes of southern Iraq, British Royal Marines from 539 Assault Squadron have been under fire during a night time patrol, and have just been told that one of their comrades has been killed....More
With silent dignity an old woman waits for aid to arrive at her stricken village near Anjar, Gujarat, after the earthquake of 2001.
HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA, USA - OCTOBER 2000: In 1911 the first motion picture was made in a suburb of Los Angeles, South California, since then Hollywood, or 'Tinsel Town' so called because of its glitter and high lifestyle, has produced...More
October 01, 2000 Licence
Relatives prepare the body of a man who died of AIDS for burial in Zambia.It is estimated that 25.4 million people are infected with HIV with approximately 3.1 million new infections occurring in 2004.