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Images Dated 2004 January

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Choose from 38 pictures in our Images Dated 2004 January 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.


Featured January Print

Prince Charles visits South Airmyn Grange farm at Goole

The red carpet is laid out for the Prince of Wales as he visits South Airmyn Grange farm at Goole in East Yorkshire where he viewed cattle and planted an apple tree. The carpet was laid in the orchard so the Prince, who is on a two-day tour in Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire, could walk from the house where he had been meeting Young Farmers to plant the tree

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Featured January Print

Government Communication Headquarters

The new Government Communication Headquarters (GCHQ) on the west of Cheltenham. 1, 500 of the 4, 000 staff have already moved into the 330 million building, known locally as the 'doughnut', which is due for completion later this year. GCHQ houses some of the most powerful computers in Europe and intercepts intelligence across a wide range of communications to provide support to organisations fighting drugs trafficking, arms proliferation and terrorism. *15/06/04: MPs condemned the spiralling costs of moving the Government's spy centre. The Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) listening station moved to a single site last year after occupying more than 50 buildings on two sites since the 1950s. The transfer was completed under a 489 million private finance initiative. But the GCHQ moved its technical capacity itself for security reasons. 29/06/04: The parliamentary Intelligence and Security Committee - which oversees the works of the intelligence services - has said in its annual report Tuesdau June 29, 2004 that the focus on international terrorism is undermining the ability to deal with other security threats to the UK. The report revealed that the budget for the intelligence agencies had risen from 909 million in 2001-02 to more than 1.1 billion in the current year, with further increases in the pipeline

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Featured January Print

Rugby - Northern League Championship

Oldham, winners of the Championship in 1904-05: (back row, l-r) H Topham, D Thomas, A Jardine, H Ellis, A Lees, J Vowles, G Frater, J Wright, Trainer A Glossop; (middle row, l-r) T White, J Wilkinson, T Sellars, GF Tyson, C Civil,s Lees, J Owens, R Carpenter; (front row, l-r) RL Thomas, F Spottiswoode, T Cash, DJ Lewis, T McLean, JR Lawton

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