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  1. $ only but all sales of licences welcome. An Anti Tory poster, criticising the Conservative Party, in Manchester, Greater Manchester, England, United Kingdom, says: "Tories Very Little Help". This is in the context of the current argument about whether the Government should do more to help feed children in England. MPs last week rejected a Labour Party motion to extend free school meals until Easter 2021 in order to stop children going hungry. The poster is in the style of a well known supermarket chain.
  2. Daily life in the night life of Manchester's gay clubs and bars in the 1980's. Two young caucasian male staff wear t-shirts advertising Schlitz beer at Hero's nightclub, Manchester, England, United Kingdom, in 1984. Hero's nightclub was popular with gay men at that time. PU. Just into $$.
  3. A knitted model canal boat by a canal in Cheshire, UK, on a walk last Sunday.
  4. First this month. Only $ but all sales of licences welcome. People enjoy the Summer sun as they sit outdoors at a pub in central Manchester, England, UK. Single use in online platforms, social channels and DOOH when used in an editorial context and in owned media.
  5. One of my grandmothers lived until 96. A lifelong Baptist the only alcohol she drank was brandy 'for medicinal reasons'. A quarter bottle lasted her many months, maybe a year.
  6. 1. Daily life on the streets in Blackpool, England, in 1974. A young girl on the promenade at Blackpool, Lancashire, United Kingdom, covers her ears with her hands to ignore her family who are talking nearby. A tram passes in the background. 2. A fishing boat passes the seaside resort of Nha Trang in Vietnam, South East Asia, Indochina, Asia, on a cloudy day. 3. A man and a woman hold hands and enjoy the sea and beach at the seaside resort of Nha Trang in Vietnam, South East Asia, Indochina, Asia, on a hot, sunny day.
  7. Exterior of Wagamama Restaurant in St Peter's Square, city centre Manchester, uk. Only $ but all sales of licences welcome.
  8. The best month since I joined but it only takes a good customer from the tv sector to make it so.
  9. A woman looks at hundreds of supportive notes, pictures, flags and anti racist messages on the giant Manchester United player Marcus Rashford mural in Withington, Manchester, England, United Kingdom, that was vandalised with abusive graffiti after England's Euro2020 football loss on July 11th, 2021. The mural was created by French-born street artist Akse P19 on the wall of the Coffee House Cafe on Copson Street. Marcus Rashford is a Manchester United football player. Akse fully repaired the damaged mural by 13th July, 2021. Country: Worldwide Usage: Presentation or newsletters, Use in a pre
  10. Young people lobby for action to prevent climate change at the Manchester Youth Strike 4 Climate protest on 24th May, 2019, in Manchester, uk. Country: WorldwideUsage: Newspaper Editorial print and digital use. Up to DPS, Any Placement.Repeat use for a single title. Industry sector: Media, design & publishing. Mid $$. Very welcome.
  11. A good morning. Three sales of images of a family passport from the 1940's, all $$$.
  12. I am no expert but my understanding is that is not out of copyright as the artwork of the cover needs 70 years since the death of the artist: "However this did not apply to drawings or engravings, where the term was based on the artist's lifetime, plus 50 years after their death. This post mortem period was later extended to 70 years." Whether Woman magazine cares I don't know. (Woman is an English weekly magazine launched in 1937.) Nor do we know when the artist died. I advise joining Copyrightaid and asking the question.
  13. A speaker addresses the audience at the Campaign for Homosexual Equality (CHE) Conference in Malvern, Worcestershire, England, United Kingdom, in 1974. It has been reported that this conference "signalled a formal coalescence between the separate strands represented by GLF and CHE, and CHE's formal commitment to a policy of militant reformism". Country: United Kingdom Usage: Editorial Media: Television (editorial) Print run: Unlimited transmissions Placement: Use within body of show Start: 19 August 2021 End: 19 August 2026 7 years SVOD on Britbox, UK only. incl in context promo. $$ very welco
  14. A man holds a placard saying: "Homosexuals Fight Back" while the Gay Activists Alliance group protests outside a W H Smith's shop in London, England in Summer 1978. W H Smith, as a chain, had decided to stop selling the newspaper 'Gay News', triggering the protests. The Gay Activists Alliance groups around the uk protested at many different W H Smith shops in that era. Country: United Kingdom Usage: Editorial Media: Television (editorial) Print run: Unlimited transmissions Placement: Use within body of show Start: 19 August 2021 End: 19 August 2026 7 years SVOD on Britbox, UK only. incl in con
  15. Copyrightaid says this (re the uk) , noting the difference between photos and artwork, like advertisement designs and artwork covers: "If you know that a particular image was definitely a photograph, and that it would have been taken before 1945, then you can rely on the special provision in section 21 of the 1911 Copyright Act which provided that copyright in photographs only lasted for 50 years. However this did not apply to drawings or engravings, where the term was based on the artist's lifetime, plus 50 years after their death. This post mortem period was later extended to 70 years. The r
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