89-year-old barber Aaron Biber pictured in the remains of his barber shop one week on after it was looted by rioters just off the Tottenham High Road in Tottenham in London.
Homeless man Swara Mohammed, 26, is pictured at a Deepaul charity homeless shelter in Oldham, Lancashire, United Kingdom. Oldham has the worst child deprivation rate in the UK, and has been hard hit by the governments' austerity measures over the past seven years; a state only forecast to worsen when the UK leaves the European Union next March 2019.
Sir Andrew Motion, English poet, novelist, biographer, and former Poet Laureate of the United Kingdom from 1999 to 2009.
Pippa the Ripper
Professional wrestler Pippa the Ripper pictured at The Submission Room session wrestling and BDSM gym in Seven Sisters, London, December 12th 2016.
Pippa the Ripper opened her own wrestling gym specifically to cater to men who enjoy getting beat up by women. Now 23 different female wrestlers work at the gym and men book sessions to be brutally wrestled and overpowered by them.
Bobby Bates, postgraduate Stage Manager of Stage@Leeds pictured at the University of Leeds in Leeds, West Yorkshire.
Camila Batmanghelidjh, psychotherapist, social entrepreneur and Chief Executive of childrens' charity 'Kids Company', pictured in her office in London, May 27th 2010. Her work work focuses on children marginalised by society.
Chris Ellis, Managing Director of the Digital Nationals Division at Trinity Mirror Group, pictured at his office in London.
Cody Wilson, American crypto-anarchist, extreme libertarian and free-market anarchist and activist, pictured in London. He is founder of 'Defense Distributed', an organisation that develops and publishes open source gun designs, so-called "Wiki Weapons", suitable for 3D printing. Wilson's company has published plans online for the Liberator, a functioning pistol that could be reproduced with a 3D printer. Wired Magazine has named him one of "The 15 Most Dangerous People in the World."
Sir David Frost, British journalist predominantly famous for interviewing former US President Richard Nixon, pictured in his office in London.
Queer Pride March Delhi
Revellers are pictured marching through the centre of Delhi towards the Jantar Mantar on the city's annual Queer Pride March celebrating lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender rights, November 30, 2014 in New Delhi, India. Section 377, a colonial-era law was reinstated last year in India which makes consensual sex between same-sex adults punishable by a prison term of up to 10 years.
Former Prime Minster Gordon Brown pictured speaking to camera crews during his campaign tour at the SWALEC stadium in Cardiff, Wales.
Young British Dancer of the Year
Ballet dancers prepare to go on stage at the gala final of the tenth Young British Dancer of the Year competition at the Royal Opera House in London
Two muslim girls are pictured at dusk in the courtyard of the Jama Masjid mosque in Old Delhi, India. Commissioned by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan, it is the best-known mosque in India.
General view of a Muslim vehicle hub cap retailer pictured smoking in the Chandni Chowk market area of Old Delhi, India.
A man hold a chandelier during a wedding procession in Delhi, India.
12-year-old Afghan immigrant Ismail Safi pictured under the bridge where he will spend most nights in Calais, France. Since the french authorities have demolished all the migrant camps in the town, the lives of asylum seekers, hoping to make it over to the United Kingdom, are increasingly difficult.
Ken Livingstone. Labour Party politician and former Mayor of London pictured in London.
Lady Barbara Judge, American lawyer, businesswoman, lobbyist and former chairman of the UK Atomic Energy Authority, pictured at her home in London.
Musician Laura Parfitt.
Marianne 'Golden Girl' Marston, female featherweight professional boxer, pictured at training at her gym in London.
Amercian conductor and violinist Marin Alsop, pictured at the Royal Albert Hall in London. The music director of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and principal conductor of the San Paulo State Symphony Orchestra is to become the first female conductor of the Last Night of the Proms in its 118 year history.
Maryam Al Khawaja
Maryam Al Khawaja, Bahraini human rights activist and daughter of prominent Bahraini human rights defender Abdulhadi al-Khawaja, pictured in London. She is currently the head of the foreign relations office for the Bahrain Center for Human Rights and for the Gulf Center for Human Rights.
Nick Dobrik, chairman of the Thalidomide Trust's national advisory council pictured in London. He is fronting a seven-year-long campaign to increase the compensation to thalidomide victims.
Paul Gardner, owner of Gardners' Market Sundriesmen, pictured at his shop near Spitalfields Market in London. Pauls family business, which specialises in selling a range of paper and plastic bags since 1870, is under threat from a forthcoming hike in business rental rates following a government revaluation of shop premises across the UK.
Paul O'Grady, comedian, television presenter, actor, writer and radio DJ, pictured in London. He is best known for his comic drag character 'Lily Savage' (the "Birkenhead Bombshell"), a vampish Birkenhead woman.
Maria Otone de Menezes and Giovani Da Silva
Maria Otone de Menezes and Giovani Da Silva, mother and brother of Brazilian man Jean Charles De Menezes. Jean Charles was shot dead by the London Metropolitan police at Stockwell tube station on the London Underground after he was misidentified as one of the fugitives involved in the previous day's failed bombing attempts.
Bangladeshi American citizen Rias Bhuiyan pictured in London. Rias was shot in the face by American white supremacist Mark Stroman in a post-911 shooting-spree but is now campaigning for his attacker to be taken off death row in Texas in the United States.
Ed Miliband, former opposition Leader of the Labour Party and MP for Doncaster North, pictured during an question and answer session with members of the public at The Cube cultural centre in Corby, Northamptonshire.
Former Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg is pictured giving a speech in London.
Brian Clarke, painter and architectural and stained glass artist.
Spanish flamenco dancer JoaquÌn Cortes
Akala - rapper, poet, and journalist.
Tim Burgess, lead singer of British rock band The Charlatans.
Emma Lake, a follower of gothic subculture, pictured in the snow.
Author DBC Pierre, largely known for his Man Booker Prize winning contemporary fiction novel 'Vernon God Little'.
Akram Khan - choreographer and dancer.
Dennis Skinner, Labour Party MP for Bolsover, pictured in the Houses of Parliament in London. The 81-year-old parliamentarian has been an MP since 1970 and recently caused controversy by heckling the Black Rod during the State Opening of Parliament.
Sir Nicholas Grimshaw, world-renowned architect and President of the Royal Academy of Arts pictured alongside listings of his work at his office in London.
Artist Ralph Steadman is pictured surrounded by his paintings of birds on display at the 'Ghosts of Gone Birds' exhibition at the Rochelle School in London.
Stand up comic Stewart Lee pictured in London.
A boy is dressed in hindu costume near the Radha Rani Temple in Barsana. Barsana, a village near Mathura in Uttar Pradesh, observes Holi with tremendous enthusiasm every year. Men from Nandgaon come to play Holi but are greeted, besides colours, with sticks by the womenfolk. Hence, the Holi get its new name here-Lathmaar Holi. The next day, it is the turn of men of Barsana. They reciprocate by invading Nandgaon. The celebrations are filled with clouds of colours, much music and fun.
Widows celebrate Holi 'festival of colors by covering each other in 'gulal' coloured powder and flower petals at the Meera Sahabhagini Mahila Ashray Sadam widows Ashram in Vrindavan, Uttar Pradesh, India. The widows of this and other ashrams in this northern town are sponsored by the NGO, Sulabh International which funds most of their needs. Shunned from society when their husbands die, not for religious reasons, but because of tradition, many Indian widows have been ostracised from society and no longer live with their families and are forced to beg for food. Almost 2,000 of the estimated 34 million widows currently living in India live in Vrindavan and benefit from the welfare extended by the NGO.
Indian widows eagerly await the arrival of Bindeshwar Pathak, founder of Sulabh sanitation and social reform NGO, ahead of celebrating Holi 'festival of colours' at the Meera Sahabhagini Mahila Ashray Sadam widows Ashram in Vrindavan, Uttar Pradesh, India. The widows of this and other ashrams in this northern town are sponsored by the NGO, Sulabh International which funds most of their needs. Shunned from society when their husbands die, not for religious reasons, but because of tradition, many Indian widows have been ostracised from society and no longer live with their families and are forced to beg for food. Almost 2,000 of the estimated 34 million widows currently living in India live in Vrindavan and benefit from the welfare extended by the NGO.