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Security minister warns far right is adopting same grooming methods …

  • 1/46 15 December 2017

    Jonny Bairstow of England headbutts his helmet to celebrate his century during day two of the Third Test match in the 2017/18 Ashes Series between Australia and England at the WACA in Perth, Australia . Bairstow was embroiled in controversy at the beginning of the tour after lightly headbutting Australian opening batsman Cameron Bancroft in an exchange in a bar

  • 2/46 14 December 2017

    People at the Grenfell Tower National Memorial Service

    PA

  • 3/46 13 December 2017

    Wax figures of Prime Minister Theresa May and Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson wearing a Christmas Jumper at Madame Tussauds

    EPA

  • 4/46 12 December 2017

    Victims and family of victims of the Grenfell Tower fire, Nicholas Burton (left), Sandra Ruiz (second right), Karim Mussilhy (right) and a girl who asked not be named (second left), hand in a petition to Downing Street, asking for an overhaul of the public inquiry. PA

  • 5/46 11 December 2017

    A homeless man on the streets of Manchester . Many people are spending the night on the streets in freezing temperatures as the Met Office continues to issue weather warnings across the country . The Shelter charity has said that more than 300,000 are now homeless across Britain, equating to the population of a city the size of Newcastle

    Getty

  • 6/46 10 December 2017

    Pedestrians walk over the Millennium Bridge with St Paul’s Cathedral pictured in the background as snow falls

    AFP/Getty Images

  • 7/46 9 December 2017

    British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, left, and Secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council Ali Shamkhani, right, with interpreter at centre, during their meeting in Tehran, Iran . Johnson is expected to discuss the fate of detained British-Iranian woman Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, who is serving a five-year prison sentence for allegedly plotting to overthrow Iran’s government.

    AP

  • 8/46 8 December 2017

    British Prime Minister Theresa May (L) and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker address a press conference at the European Commission in Brussels

    AFP/Getty Images

  • 9/46 7 December 2017

    Nick Dunn, one of the so-called Chennai Six is greeted by his sister Lisa as he arrives at Newcastle Airport after being released from India after serving four years in jail on weapons charges. PA

  • 10/46 6 December 2017

    Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II (L) greets Nigeria’s ambassador to the United Kingdom, George Adesola Oguntade (C), and his wife, Modupe Oguntade, during a private audience at Buckingham Palace in central London

    AFP/Getty

  • 11/46 5 December 2017

    800 abandoned buckets appear at Potters Field Park, London, in a moving tribute to the 800 children who die every day, on average, due to a lack of clean water and sanitation . Just one bucket in the installation, part of WaterAid s #Untapped appeal, could hold almost enough safe drinking water for one child for a week . Every 1 donated to the #Untapped appeal until 31st January 2018 will be matched by the UK Government.

    WaterAid / Ollie Dixon

  • 12/46 4 December 2017

    British Prime Minister Theresa May smiles to European Union President Donald Tusk as she attends Brexit negotiations’ meetings

    AFP/Getty

  • 13/46 3 December 2017

    The last Supermoon of 2017 sets over Whitley Bay, Northumberland

    PA

  • 14/46 2 December 2017

    The crowd reacts as England’s Dawid Malan fails to stop a boundary during the first day of the second Ashes test match

    REUTERS

  • 15/46 1 December 2017

    England manager, Gareth Southgate, jokes with Belgium manager, Roberto Martinez, after their sides were drawn in the same group during the Final Draw for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia

    Getty Images

  • 16/46 30 November 2017

    A supporter of Lauri Love, who is accused of hacking into U.S . government computers, wears a Donald Trump mask as he protests in front of the Royal Courts of Justice in London

    AP

  • 17/46 29 November 2017

    A sign reading ‘We want our future back’ is displayed in front of Westminster during an Anti-Brexit Demonstration

    Rex Features

  • 18/46 28 November 2017

    This year’s innovative V&A Christmas Tree, The Singing Tree, is shaped from a cloud of floating words, contributed by visitors, and is created by leading stage and performance designer Es Devlin. Rex Features

  • 19/46 27 November 2017

    David Jones and Margaret Tyler wait outside Kensington Palace after hearing about the engagement of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

    Rex

  • 20/46 26 November 2017

    Sailors from the Royal Navy perform the Changing of the Guard ceremony at Buckingham Palace for the first time in its 357-year history

    PA

  • 21/46 25 November 2017

    Arlene Foster gives her leader’s speech during the annual DUP party conference at La Mon House

    Getty Images

  • 22/46 24 November 2017

    Ex-England footballer Michael Owen prior to riding in a charity race at Ascot racecourse

    Rex

  • 23/46 23 November 2017

    Shoppers pass a promotional sign for ‘Black Friday’ sales discounts on Oxford Street

    AFP/Getty

  • 24/46 22 November 2017

    Britain’s Chancellor of the Exchequer Phillip Hammond poses with the budget box at 11 Downing Street

    EPA

  • 25/46 21 November 2017

    Protestors hold up a banner during a protest held in solidarity with the University of London cleaners’ strike

    Petros Elia

  • 26/46 20 November 2017

    British Prime Minister Theresa May greets Ghana’s President Nana Akufo-Addo outside number 10 Downing Street

    Getty

  • 27/46 19 November 2017

    Grigor Dimitrov reacts to winning the Men’s Singles Final with the trophy, during day eight of the NITTO ATP World Tour Finals at the O2 Arena in London

    PA

  • 28/46 18 November 2017

    Central Scotland MSP Richard Leonard is congratulated by Glasgow MSP Anas Sarwar at the Glasgow Science Centre after he was announced as the new leader of Scottish Labour

    Jane Barlow/PA

  • 29/46 17 November 2017

    British Military Working Dog Mali poses for a photograph with his handler, Cpl . Daniel Hatley, after receiving the PDSA Dickin Medal, the animal equivalent of the Victoria Cross, for his heroic action in Afghanistan

    Reuters

  • 30/46 16 November 2017

    Theresa May chats with resident Val Lay during a visit to a housing estate in London

    AFP/Getty

  • 31/46 15 November 2017

    Richard Radcliffe leaves the Foreign Office with his local MP Tulip Siddiq, following a meeting with Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson

    Marc Ward/REX

  • 32/46 14 November 2017

    Four-time Olympic champion Sir Mo Farah after being awarded a Knighthood by Queen Elizabeth II

    PA

  • 33/46 13 November 2017

    Restoration work continues on the Palace of Westminster

    Photographs by Reuters/Getty/iStock

  • 34/46 12 November 2017

    A veteran takes his hat off during the Remembrance Sunday Cenotaph wreathe laying ceremony

    REUTERS

  • 35/46 11 November 2017

    Members of the Western Front Association during a service at the Cenotaph to mark the Armistice Day

    EPA

  • 36/46 10 November 2017

    David Davis and Michel Barnier

    REUTERS

  • 37/46 9 November 2017

    Britain’s newly appointed Secretary of State for International Development, Penny Mordaunt, leaves Downing Street

    AP

  • 38/46 8 November 2017

    Priti Patel leaves number 10 Downing street through the back entrance

    EPA

  • 39/46 7 November 2017

    School children and their teacher from Thomas Tallis School look at pictures on display at the Red Star Over Russia exhibition at the Tate Modern in London

    Philip Toscano/PA

  • 40/46 6 November 2017

    A cast of The Wrestlers, two men taking part in the Greek sport pankration, is lowered into place at Natural Trust’s Stowe Landscape Garden near Buckingham

    PA

  • 41/46 5 November 2017

    Protesters in Trafalgar Square, London, during the Million Mask March bonfire night protest

    PA

  • 42/46 4 November 2017

    Protestors take part in the ‘Justice Now: Make it Right for Palestine’ march, organised by the Palestine Solidarity Campaign, in central London

    PA

  • 43/46 3 November 2017

    People queue outside an Apple store in London to purchase the new iPhone X upon its release in the U.K . The iPhone X is positioned as a high-end, model intended to showcase advanced technologies such as wireless charging, OLED display, dual cameras and a face recognition unlock system

    Getty

  • 44/46 2 November 2017

    British Prime Minister Theresa May greets Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu outside 10 Downing Street in London .

    The pair are today celebrating the centenary of a British declaration that ultimately led to the foundation of the state of Israel

    Getty

  • 45/46 1 November 2017

    Mammatus clouds over St Mary’s Lighthouse in Whitley Bay, Northumberland

    Owen Humphreys/PA

  • 46/46 31 October 2017

    Women protest outside Downing Street as they join a demonstration demanding rights for working mothers

    Getty Images

  • Ticketless Manchester City fan jumped over turnstile and abused security staff

    A ticketless Manchester City fan jumped over turnstiles and then abused security staff before the Blues took on Huddersfield Town. City fan Dean Rawlinson is one of three Blues fans prosecuted for various offences which took place when the teams met at the John Smith s Stadium on November 26. Prosecutor Vanessa Jones told Kirklees magistrates: A member of G4S security staff working at the stadium saw him run straight towards the turnstile and jump over it into the ground without purchasing a ticket.

    He was detained and escorted towards police officers inside and he began swearing at them in front of members of the public.

    Rawlinson pleaded guilty to obtaining services dishonestly, namely be jumping over the turnstiles without a valid ticket, and using threatening or abusive words or behaviour. The 27-year-old, of Augustine Webster Close in Manchester, explained to magistrates: The tickets were sold out and that s why I did it – it s my own fault. Magistrates fined him 85 and told him to pay 85 costs plus 30 victim surcharge.

    Shaun McGinnity

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    Shaun McGinnity admitted that he felt disgusted by his own behaviour on a train that pulled into Huddersfield railway station on the day of the same game. Officers policing the Manchester City fixture had challenged him over his smoking on the train which is prohibited by railway byelaws. The drunk 33-year-old hurled verbal abuse at them and was ejected from the train and the railway station.

    He pleaded guilty to using threatening or abusive words or behaviour and apologised for his terrible language. McGinnity, of Lacy Street in Stretford, Greater Manchester, said: I got myself worked up over what I believed was the police being over zealous but I accept that s not the case.

    As a father, trying to bring my kids up right, I m ashamed and disgusted by myself as there were people and children on the train who could have heard that language.

    It made me look like I have no respect and I do respect what police do and I sincerely apologise. He was fined 100 and has to pay 85 costs and 30 victim surcharge.

    Adam Needham

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    Teenager Adam Needham admitted to an offence of failing to comply with a direction under the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act excluding him from the John Smith s Stadium and Huddersfield town centre. He was banned from these areas for 24 hours after police caught him trying to sneak into the City game without a ticket. Mrs Jones said: Police gave him a direction to leave but he was seen a short time later in the Town fans enclosure, having not left the stadium.

    The 19-year-old, of Eldon Road in Stockport, told magistrates he didn t do much wrong and they told him to pay 100 fine plus 85 costs and 30 victim surcharge.

    Ticketless Manchester City fan jumped over turnstile and abused …

    A ticketless Manchester City fan jumped over turnstiles and then abused security staff before the Blues took on Huddersfield Town. City fan Dean Rawlinson is one of three Blues fans prosecuted for various offences which took place when the teams met at the John Smith s Stadium on November 26. Prosecutor Vanessa Jones told Kirklees magistrates: A member of G4S security staff working at the stadium saw him run straight towards the turnstile and jump over it into the ground without purchasing a ticket.

    He was detained and escorted towards police officers inside and he began swearing at them in front of members of the public.

    Rawlinson pleaded guilty to obtaining services dishonestly, namely be jumping over the turnstiles without a valid ticket, and using threatening or abusive words or behaviour. The 27-year-old, of Augustine Webster Close in Manchester, explained to magistrates: The tickets were sold out and that s why I did it – it s my own fault. Magistrates fined him 85 and told him to pay 85 costs plus 30 victim surcharge.

    Shaun McGinnity

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    Shaun McGinnity admitted that he felt disgusted by his own behaviour on a train that pulled into Huddersfield railway station on the day of the same game. Officers policing the Manchester City fixture had challenged him over his smoking on the train which is prohibited by railway byelaws. The drunk 33-year-old hurled verbal abuse at them and was ejected from the train and the railway station.

    He pleaded guilty to using threatening or abusive words or behaviour and apologised for his terrible language. McGinnity, of Lacy Street in Stretford, Greater Manchester, said: I got myself worked up over what I believed was the police being over zealous but I accept that s not the case.

    As a father, trying to bring my kids up right, I m ashamed and disgusted by myself as there were people and children on the train who could have heard that language.

    It made me look like I have no respect and I do respect what police do and I sincerely apologise. He was fined 100 and has to pay 85 costs and 30 victim surcharge.

    Adam Needham

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    Teenager Adam Needham admitted to an offence of failing to comply with a direction under the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act excluding him from the John Smith s Stadium and Huddersfield town centre. He was banned from these areas for 24 hours after police caught him trying to sneak into the City game without a ticket. Mrs Jones said: Police gave him a direction to leave but he was seen a short time later in the Town fans enclosure, having not left the stadium.

    The 19-year-old, of Eldon Road in Stockport, told magistrates he didn t do much wrong and they told him to pay 100 fine plus 85 costs and 30 victim surcharge.