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https://www.thesun.co.uk/travel/6764810/travel-insurance-expensive-hospital-fees/

 

Female nurse holds a white pillow over the hospital bed in the hospital ward, the door to the room is closed behind Stock Photo

 

Photograph of a female nurse holds a white pillow over the hospital bed in the hospital ward, the door to the room is closed behind her back. Healthcare concept

Photographer: Nikolaenko Viacheslav / Alamy Stock Photo

Image ID: K3XYGX

 

 

https://www.thesun.co.uk/money/6767506/build-a-bear-offers-customers-free-voucher-after-pay-your-age-chaos-heres-how-to-get-yours/

 

Build a bear. Gwyneth Paltrow spends the day with her kids in NYC. Gwyneth took daughter Apple and son Moses out Stock Photo

 

Photo of build a bear. Gwyneth Paltrow spends the day with her kids in NYC. Gwyneth took daughter Apple and son Moses out for lunch at 'Bar Pitti' and then to 'Build a Bear'. The happy family were a little camera shy but they seemed to enjoy their time together.

Photographer: Splash News / Alamy Stock Photo

Image ID: K683K9

 

 

 

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The Times (Scotland), 13th July 2018.

page 17

BTF2E6  Rob Cousins  Sir Christopher Evans

Sir Christopher Evans - Stock Image

 

page 24

 BJ2J39  Darren King  Two signs in Edinburgh's Princes Street Gardens. One is a warning to dog owners, whilst the other reads "No ball games"

Two signs in Edinburgh's Princes Street Gardens. One is a warning to dog owners, whilst the other reads 'No ball games' - Stock Image

 

page 53

B2R02D (cropped)   Purple Marbles  Public car park England UK United Kingdom GB Great Britain 

Public car park England UK United Kingdom GB Great Britain - Stock Image

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13/07/2018, Guardian, p9, deckchairs at Bournemouth, P8KNBB, Carolyn Jenkins [via Live News]
13/07/2018, Guardian, p21, 1918 armistice celebration in London, EC84BG, World History Archive

 

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The Scottish Sun

 

Prestwick Airport, Scotland, UK. 13 July, 2018. President Donald Trump arrives on Air Force One at Prestwick Airport in Ayrshire ahead of a weekend at his golf resort at Trump Turnberry where he is expected to play golf. Donald and Melania Trump exit Air Force One. Credit: Iain Masterton/Alamy Live News, P8W3CP

 

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1 hour ago, Iain Masterton said:

The Scottish Sun

 

Prestwick Airport, Scotland, UK. 13 July, 2018. President Donald Trump arrives on Air Force One at Prestwick Airport in Ayrshire ahead of a weekend at his golf resort at Trump Turnberry where he is expected to play golf. Donald and Melania Trump exit Air Force One. Credit: Iain Masterton/Alamy Live News, P8W3CP

 

 

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Guardian online
13.07.2018

https://www.theguardian.com/environment/gallery/2018/jul/13/the-week-in-wildlife-in-pictures
P7TJB7 robin chittenden Common Swift (Apus apus)
P7HANB Tanya C Smith Cinnabar moth caterpillar, Tyria jacobaeae,
P8KPNW Sunil Sharma/Xinhua A one-horned rhino walks on the street of Sauraha
P7M527 Paul Mayall A freshwater crocodile on a sand bank, Lake Ellendale, Western Australia
P83NET Kay Roxby A hedgehog searches for food and water
P87C3R Larry Doherty Tortoise Shieldbug nymph
 

14.07.2018
https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2018/jul/14/holiday-guide-cantal-france-best-restaurants-hotels
G2M57T JAUBERT French Collection Puy de Côme volcano in Parc des volcans d'Auvergne.

https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2018/jul/14/how-to-grow-winter-vegetables-carrots-leeks
AFKPY2 Andrea Jones Images Swiss Chard 'Bright Lights'
JKY6PJ Cornelia Luethi Corn salad with raindrops growing in soil

 

Telegraph online
12.07.2018

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/gardening/gardens-to-visit/gardens-to-visit-this-weekend3/
BE6WE3 Barrie Harwood Jesus College, Cambridge

 

 

 

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Guardian online....

 

Don't know if the Live News photos are actually live news images. Maybe as they were captioned Live News then that is how they were credited.

The article is dated 13th July, one of the pics is dated 3rd July.

https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2018/jul/13/sunscreen-for-cows-uk-farmers-struggle-to-cope-with-heatwave

Cattle and ducks keep cool in the River Stour, Suffolk. Photograph: Graham Turner/Alamy Live News

Sheep shelter under the trees in Otley, Yorkshire, 3 July. Photograph: Andrew Gardner/Alamy Live News

Cows resting in a meadow by the River Blyth in Suffolk. The heat makes some cattle lose their appetite. Photograph: Angela Chalmers/Alamy

 

https://www.theguardian.com/cities/2018/jul/12/this-waterfront-needs-a-highway-the-huge-mistakes-cities-keep-making

Esa Hiltula  Shopping center Veturi, Kouvola Finland

 

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On 7/12/2018 at 14:35, Matt Ashmore said:

 

My guess would be that because in the case of classic art, the artist is very much long since dead and  the copyright has effectively expired  due to how long ago the poece was initially created (not sure about what rights the owner of the artwork today has though). With street art, the artwork is new and the artists are very much still alive. This is just my guess though.

Makes sense, mostly, I think. Thanks :-)

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On 7/12/2018 at 17:19, spacecadet said:

Only applies to living artists with lawyers. These are all long, long out of copyright.

So the world is your oyster, if you can get into an art gallery (where there are no photo restrictions) showing the work of deceased, out of copyright, artists :-)

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Found in the Telegraph by Adie

 

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/destinations/europe/united-kingdom/england/devon/articles/devon-beaches/

 

Rocky Coastline at Wembury Devon England UK Stock Photo

 

Photograph of the Rocky Coastline at Wembury Devon England UK

Photographer: ian woolcock / Alamy Stock Photo

Image ID: BBMFX3

 

 

Ness Cove, Shaldon, Devon Stock Photo

 

Photo of Ness Cove, Shaldon, Devon

Photographer: SKG / Alamy Stock Photo

Image ID: BCRA2T

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2 hours ago, Jansos said:

So the world is your oyster, if you can get into an art gallery (where there are no photo restrictions) showing the work of deceased, out of copyright, artists :-)

Unfortunately, it's not that easy. Now and again museums contact Alamy and demand the removal of photos.

 

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Found in the Sun by Adie

 

https://www.thesun.co.uk/money/6769101/from-unclaimed-lottery-winnings-to-forgotten-savings-accounts-how-to-claim-your-share-of-britains-lost-billions/

 

UK National Lottery Euro Millions payslips with number boards for selecting numbers and two £1 coins from above. Stock Photo

 

Picture of UK National Lottery Euro Millions payslips with number boards for selecting numbers and two £1 coins from above. England Britain

Photographer: Realimage / Alamy Stock Photo

Image ID: E0JAFB

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4 minutes ago, vpics said:

Unfortunately, it's not that easy. Now and again museums contact Alamy and demand the removal of photos.

 

I haven't heard of that. Can you remember an example? I can't think what grounds they would have on out-of-copyright works.

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14/07/2018, Guardian, p15, Godshill in New Forest, P8KRGA, Paul Biggins/Alamy Live News
14/07/2018, Guardian, p38, Kingston upon Thames, GF0AH9, Gordon Bell [Alamy credit only]
14/07/2018, Guardian, p48, toilet, B8W8K1, RTimages [RF & no credit - poss not new sale via Alamy]
14/07/2018, Guardian, p50, bag left on train, A7HWKG, Rob Wilkinson [Alamy credit only]
14/07/2018, Guardian [Travel section], p2, Puy de Côme volcano in Auvergne, G2M56W, JAUBERT French Collection [Alamy credit only]
14/07/2018, Guardian [Travel section], p5, beach at Ardara in Co Donegal, MKAEAW, Richard Wayman [Alamy credit only]
14/07/2018, Guardian [Travel section], p11, Assistens cemetery in Copenhagen, MMJYWN, Oliver Förstner [Alamy credit only]
14/07/2018, Guardian [Travel section], p11, Fiskebaren in Copenhagen, DWWXMT, Alastair Philip Wiper-VIEW [Alamy credit only]
14/07/2018, Guardian [Travel section], p12, Wayland's Smithy, KMEM69, David Lyons [No credit - poss not via Alamy]
14/07/2018, Guardian [Magazine], p49, Kim Kardashian, MKYC98, Splash News [No credit - poss not via Alamy]
14/07/2018, Guardian [Magazine], p50, Swiss chard, AFKPY2, Andrea Jones Images [Alamy credit only]
14/07/2018, Guardian [Magazine], p51, lamb's lettuce, JKY6PJ, Cornelia Luethi [Rot 90 deg. Alamy credit only]
14/07/2018, Guardian [Journal section], p16, artist in Paris in 1950s, GBTDYD, INTERFOTO [Alamy credit only]
14/07/2018, Guardian [Journal section], p23, The Landscape and Her Children by Walter Spies, F3FFY0, Andrea Dhanani [Cropped. Alamy credit only]
14/07/2018, Guardian [Journal section], p26, Lucia Joyce, MH89RB, GL Archive
14/07/2018, Guardian [Journal section], p35, Palace Theatre in Newark, DGD68A, Martyn Williams

 

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NRC:  https://www.nrc.nl/nieuws/2018/07/13/full-english-brexit-a1609981

Print and web.

FYHTPA  - Joe Dunckley - A red London bus passes a cycle lane painted on Westminster Bridge

 

A red London bus passes a cycle lane painted on Westminster Bridge, with the Houses of Parliament behind. - Stock Image

 

Sorry the article is in Dutch. The writer Matt Steinglass, is the Europe correspondent of The Economist, but there's no equivalent article in his own paper.

In the print version the subtitle is A full English Brexit.

The title reads something like:  Harry Potter's world is at most a slightly exaggerated version of the system chaos in the UK.

Brilliant pick of this image as an illustration! (Which of course resonates with and is readily readable for Dutch readers.)

 

wim

 

edit 1: translation - not perfect, but surprisingly good. The last sentence is not about the weather. It should read: But then again it's good for the elm trees. (Weer meaning both again and weather.)

edit 2: Joe, if you're reading this, here's the tear sheet.

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The New Scientist, in print, 14th of July 2018

 

p. 19, Rob Wilkinson: H2GDJP - sun reflecting off the glass of a modern office building

p. 20, Hero Images Inc.: EJRTJE - Doctor explaining prescription medication to patient in clinic

 

Credit given to photographers

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13/07/2018, London Evening Standard, p34, City Barge pub at Chiswick, MAYXKJ, Alex Segre [No credit - poss not via Alamy]
13/07/2018, London Evening Standard, p46, tournamentre-enactment at Hever Castle, MD38XB, Valery Egorov [Alamy credit only]
13/07/2018, London Evening Standard, p47, Kyoto Garden in Holland Park, EX69KR, Leslie Wilk [Alamy credit only]
13/07/2018, London Evening Standard, p47, Syon Park, AF2XPR, Greg Balfour Evans [Alamy credit only]
13/07/2018, London Evening Standard, p47, Potters Fields Park in London, EX795G, Michael Kemp [Alamy credit only]
13/07/2018, London Evening Standard, p48, Tooting Bec lido, AXN24E, Raf Makda-VIEW [Alamy credit only]
13/07/2018, London Evening Standard, p48, Ruislip lido, JXB82N, Pawel Opaska [Alamy credit only]
13/07/2018, London Evening Standard, p55, Gudhjem on Bornholm, K23DMP, dpa picture alliance [Captioned by Standard as Svaneke. Alamy credit only]

 

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Found in the Sun by Adie

 

https://www.thesun.co.uk/travel/6771586/spanish-airports-ground-workers-strike-august/

 

Palma de Mallorca Airport in Majorca Mallorca Stock Photo

 

Photograph of Palma de Mallorca Airport in Majorca Mallorca

Photographer: Lewis Oliver / Alamy Stock Photo

Image ID: GM0519

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