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Choose from 41 pictures in our Lamp collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


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Weather - Floods Protest - Pickering

Residents of Pickering in North Yorkshire sat down on living room furniture they moved into the river, which runs through the town, to recreate the scenes they faced in the devastating floods of last year. Topsy Clinch (seated left), 91, who was flooded out of her home, was one of those there to draw attention to the lack of flood defences in the town, along with Gordon Clitheroe and Kath Grayston. The residents claim the Government pulled the plug on funding for flood defences for the town after the Environment Agency spent 750, 000 five years ago designing a viable scheme.

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Personalities - Lady Docker - Waterloo Station, London

Lady Docker, with a photograph of her 23-year-old son Lance Callingham and his fiancee Lynn Aldridge, on a boat train as she left Waterloo Station to board the Cunard liner Queen Mary at Southampton for New York. Mr Callingham and Miss Aldridge (whose engagement was announced in the middle of last month) were at the station to see them off. A reunion will not be long delayed, Lance and Lynn are to spend Christmas with his mother and stepfather aboard the Docker's yacht Shemara in the West Indies. Mr Callingham is Lady Docker's son by her first husband, the late Clement Scott Callingham.

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Politics - Foreign Secretary Dr David Owen - Maltby Colliery

Foreign Secretary Dr David Owen (right), almost 2, 500 feet below ground after he went underground for the first time during a visit to the Maltby Colliery, near Rotherham, in the National Coal Board's South Yorkshire area. With him are (from left) George Stone, Harry Allison and colliery manager Ron Fairhurst.

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