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Monday, Nov 28, 2022

The best of British press photography

The best of British press photography

Images from an exhibition of the best 100 from members of the British Press Photographers' Association.

Members of the British Press Photographers' Association are showing off their best work, at the Bargehouse gallery, central London, in an exhibition delayed because of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Nurse Kirsty Hartley carries premature baby Theo to his mother, Kirsty Anderson, in the Lancashire Women and Newborn Centre neonatal intensive care unit, at Burnley General Hospital, in May 2020

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson (left) meets US President Donald Trump at the 74th session of the General Assembly, at the United Nations's headquarters, in New York, in September 2019

A cyclist stops in the middle of an almost deserted Westminster Bridge to take a photograph, at 13:15, after Prime Minister Boris Johnson had announced the UK would lock down to fight Covid-19, on 24 March 2020

With swimming pools were closed because of the pandemic, triathlete Lloyd Bebbington trains in his garden, in April 2020

Queen Elizabeth II takes her seat in St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, for the funeral of the Duke of Edinburgh, who died aged 99, in April

A funeral is held outside the London home of a 40-year old man who died suddenly from suspected Covid-19, in June 2020

The Duchess Of Cambridge shelters under husband Prince William's umbrella, as a downpour hits the first race, as the horses parade in the ring, at Royal Ascot

The Sun sets at Drax Power Station, near Selby, Yorkshire

Groomer Valter Andrade pampers Italian greyhound-whippet cross Lloyd at the launch of a pop-up spa at a service station on the M6, en route to Crufts dog show, in March 2020

Police hold a protester at an Extinction Rebellion demonstration in Westminster, in October 2019

Serena Williams (USA) celebrates during her women's singles first-round match against Giulia Gatto-Monticone (Italy) at the 2019 Wimbledon Championships


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