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Police clash with protesters trying to reach Whitehall from Parliament Square in central London on Freedom Day. All covid regulations in England are being scrapped from today even though infections and hospitalisations are on the increase. Photo credit: Peter Macdiarmid/ eyevine

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Passengers arrive at Waterloo station on 'Freedom day' Prime Minister Boris Johnson has urged caution as most legal restrictions on social contact are lifted in England. There are now no limits on how many people can meet or attend events, nightclubs reopened at midnight, and table service will not be necessary in pubs and restaurants. Face coverings will be recommended in some spaces, but not required by law. ? Lucy Young / Evening Standard / eyevine

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Passengers arrive at Waterloo station on 'Freedom day' Prime Minister Boris Johnson has urged caution as most legal restrictions on social contact are lifted in England. There are now no limits on how many people can meet or attend events, nightclubs reopened at midnight, and table service will not be necessary in pubs and restaurants. Face coverings will be recommended in some spaces, but not required by law. ? Lucy Young / Evening Standard / eyevine

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Passengers arrive at Waterloo station on 'Freedom day' Prime Minister Boris Johnson has urged caution as most legal restrictions on social contact are lifted in England. There are now no limits on how many people can meet or attend events, nightclubs reopened at midnight, and table service will not be necessary in pubs and restaurants. Face coverings will be recommended in some spaces, but not required by law. ? Lucy Young / Evening Standard / eyevine

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Passengers arrive at Waterloo station on 'Freedom day' Prime Minister Boris Johnson has urged caution as most legal restrictions on social contact are lifted in England. There are now no limits on how many people can meet or attend events, nightclubs reopened at midnight, and table service will not be necessary in pubs and restaurants. Face coverings will be recommended in some spaces, but not required by law. ? Lucy Young / Evening Standard / eyevine

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Passengers arrive at Waterloo station on 'Freedom day' Prime Minister Boris Johnson has urged caution as most legal restrictions on social contact are lifted in England. There are now no limits on how many people can meet or attend events, nightclubs reopened at midnight, and table service will not be necessary in pubs and restaurants. Face coverings will be recommended in some spaces, but not required by law. ? Lucy Young / Evening Standard / eyevine

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Passengers arrive at Waterloo station on 'Freedom day' Prime Minister Boris Johnson has urged caution as most legal restrictions on social contact are lifted in England. There are now no limits on how many people can meet or attend events, nightclubs reopened at midnight, and table service will not be necessary in pubs and restaurants. Face coverings will be recommended in some spaces, but not required by law. ? Lucy Young / Evening Standard / eyevine

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Passengers arrive at Waterloo station on 'Freedom day' Prime Minister Boris Johnson has urged caution as most legal restrictions on social contact are lifted in England. There are now no limits on how many people can meet or attend events, nightclubs reopened at midnight, and table service will not be necessary in pubs and restaurants. Face coverings will be recommended in some spaces, but not required by law. ? Lucy Young / Evening Standard / eyevine

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Passengers arrive at Waterloo station on 'Freedom day' Prime Minister Boris Johnson has urged caution as most legal restrictions on social contact are lifted in England. There are now no limits on how many people can meet or attend events, nightclubs reopened at midnight, and table service will not be necessary in pubs and restaurants. Face coverings will be recommended in some spaces, but not required by law. ? Lucy Young / Evening Standard / eyevine

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Protesters gather in Parliament Square in central London on Freedom Day. All covid regulations in England are being scrapped from today even though infections and hospitalisations are on the increase. Photo credit: Peter Macdiarmid/ eyevine

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Passengers arrive at Waterloo station on 'Freedom day' Prime Minister Boris Johnson has urged caution as most legal restrictions on social contact are lifted in England. There are now no limits on how many people can meet or attend events, nightclubs reopened at midnight, and table service will not be necessary in pubs and restaurants. Face coverings will be recommended in some spaces, but not required by law. ? Lucy Young / Evening Standard / eyevine

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Passengers arrive at Waterloo station on 'Freedom day' Prime Minister Boris Johnson has urged caution as most legal restrictions on social contact are lifted in England. There are now no limits on how many people can meet or attend events, nightclubs reopened at midnight, and table service will not be necessary in pubs and restaurants. Face coverings will be recommended in some spaces, but not required by law. ? Lucy Young / Evening Standard / eyevine

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Passengers arrive at Waterloo station on 'Freedom day' Prime Minister Boris Johnson has urged caution as most legal restrictions on social contact are lifted in England. There are now no limits on how many people can meet or attend events, nightclubs reopened at midnight, and table service will not be necessary in pubs and restaurants. Face coverings will be recommended in some spaces, but not required by law. ? Lucy Young / Evening Standard / eyevine

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Passengers arrive at Waterloo station on 'Freedom day' Prime Minister Boris Johnson has urged caution as most legal restrictions on social contact are lifted in England. There are now no limits on how many people can meet or attend events, nightclubs reopened at midnight, and table service will not be necessary in pubs and restaurants. Face coverings will be recommended in some spaces, but not required by law. ? Lucy Young / Evening Standard / eyevine

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Passengers arrive at Waterloo station on 'Freedom day' Prime Minister Boris Johnson has urged caution as most legal restrictions on social contact are lifted in England. There are now no limits on how many people can meet or attend events, nightclubs reopened at midnight, and table service will not be necessary in pubs and restaurants. Face coverings will be recommended in some spaces, but not required by law. ? Lucy Young / Evening Standard / eyevine

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Passengers arrive at Waterloo station on 'Freedom day' Prime Minister Boris Johnson has urged caution as most legal restrictions on social contact are lifted in England. There are now no limits on how many people can meet or attend events, nightclubs reopened at midnight, and table service will not be necessary in pubs and restaurants. Face coverings will be recommended in some spaces, but not required by law. ? Lucy Young / Evening Standard / eyevine

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Passengers arrive at Waterloo station on 'Freedom day' Prime Minister Boris Johnson has urged caution as most legal restrictions on social contact are lifted in England. There are now no limits on how many people can meet or attend events, nightclubs reopened at midnight, and table service will not be necessary in pubs and restaurants. Face coverings will be recommended in some spaces, but not required by law. ? Lucy Young / Evening Standard / eyevine

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Passengers arrive at Waterloo station on 'Freedom day' Prime Minister Boris Johnson has urged caution as most legal restrictions on social contact are lifted in England. There are now no limits on how many people can meet or attend events, nightclubs reopened at midnight, and table service will not be necessary in pubs and restaurants. Face coverings will be recommended in some spaces, but not required by law. ? Lucy Young / Evening Standard / eyevine

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Passengers arrive at Waterloo station on 'Freedom day' Prime Minister Boris Johnson has urged caution as most legal restrictions on social contact are lifted in England. There are now no limits on how many people can meet or attend events, nightclubs reopened at midnight, and table service will not be necessary in pubs and restaurants. Face coverings will be recommended in some spaces, but not required by law. ? Lucy Young / Evening Standard / eyevine

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Passengers arrive at Waterloo station on 'Freedom day' Prime Minister Boris Johnson has urged caution as most legal restrictions on social contact are lifted in England. There are now no limits on how many people can meet or attend events, nightclubs reopened at midnight, and table service will not be necessary in pubs and restaurants. Face coverings will be recommended in some spaces, but not required by law. ? Lucy Young / Evening Standard / eyevine

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Passengers arrive at Waterloo station on 'Freedom day' Prime Minister Boris Johnson has urged caution as most legal restrictions on social contact are lifted in England. There are now no limits on how many people can meet or attend events, nightclubs reopened at midnight, and table service will not be necessary in pubs and restaurants. Face coverings will be recommended in some spaces, but not required by law. ? Lucy Young / Evening Standard / eyevine

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Passengers arrive at Waterloo station on 'Freedom day' Prime Minister Boris Johnson has urged caution as most legal restrictions on social contact are lifted in England. There are now no limits on how many people can meet or attend events, nightclubs reopened at midnight, and table service will not be necessary in pubs and restaurants. Face coverings will be recommended in some spaces, but not required by law. ? Lucy Young / Evening Standard / eyevine

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Police in riot gear hold back protesters trying to reach Whitehall from Parliament Square in central London on Freedom Day. All covid regulations in England are being scrapped from today even though infections and hospitalisations are on the increase. Photo credit: Peter Macdiarmid/ eyevine

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Police in riot gear hold back protesters trying to reach Whitehall from Parliament Square in central London on Freedom Day. All covid regulations in England are being scrapped from today even though infections and hospitalisations are on the increase. Photo credit: Peter Macdiarmid/ eyevine

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Protesters clash with police in Parliament Square in central London on Freedom Day. All covid regulations in England are being scrapped from today even though infections and hospitalisations are on the increase. Photo credit: Peter Macdiarmid/ eyevine

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Protesters clash with police in Parliament Square in central London on Freedom Day. All covid regulations in England are being scrapped from today even though infections and hospitalisations are on the increase. Photo credit: Peter Macdiarmid/ eyevine

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Protesters gather in Parliament Square in central London on Freedom Day. All covid regulations in England are being scrapped from today even though infections and hospitalisations are on the increase. Photo credit: Peter Macdiarmid/ eyevine

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Protesters spill out of Parliament Square in central London on Freedom Day. All covid regulations in England are being scrapped from today even though infections and hospitalisations are on the increase. Photo credit: Peter Macdiarmid/ eyevine

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Protesters gather in Parliament Square on Freedom Day. All covid regulations in England are being scrapped from today even though infections and hospitalisations are on the increase. Photo credit: Peter Macdiarmid/ eyevine

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A member of The Band of the Irish Guards rests from the heat of Horse Guards Parade amongst Bearskins in St James's Park in central London. Rehearsals are taking place ahead of the The Sword & The Crown military musical spectacular which opens tomorrow. Photo credit: Peter Macdiarmid/ eyevine

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Protesters gather in Parliament Square on Freedom Day. All covid regulations in England are being scrapped from today even though infections and hospitalisations are on the increase. Photo credit: Peter Macdiarmid/ eyevine

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Protesters gather in Parliament Square on Freedom Day. All covid regulations in England are being scrapped from today even though infections and hospitalisations are on the increase. Photo credit: Peter Macdiarmid/ eyevine

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Protesters clash with police in Parliament Square in central London on Freedom Day. All covid regulations in England are being scrapped from today even though infections and hospitalisations are on the increase. Photo credit: Peter Macdiarmid/ eyevine

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Passengers arrive at Waterloo station on 'Freedom day' Prime Minister Boris Johnson has urged caution as most legal restrictions on social contact are lifted in England. There are now no limits on how many people can meet or attend events, nightclubs reopened at midnight, and table service will not be necessary in pubs and restaurants. Face coverings will be recommended in some spaces, but not required by law. ? Lucy Young / Evening Standard / eyevine

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Passengers arrive at Waterloo station on 'Freedom day' Prime Minister Boris Johnson has urged caution as most legal restrictions on social contact are lifted in England. There are now no limits on how many people can meet or attend events, nightclubs reopened at midnight, and table service will not be necessary in pubs and restaurants. Face coverings will be recommended in some spaces, but not required by law. ? Lucy Young / Evening Standard / eyevine

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Passengers arrive at Waterloo station on 'Freedom day' Prime Minister Boris Johnson has urged caution as most legal restrictions on social contact are lifted in England. There are now no limits on how many people can meet or attend events, nightclubs reopened at midnight, and table service will not be necessary in pubs and restaurants. Face coverings will be recommended in some spaces, but not required by law. ? Lucy Young / Evening Standard / eyevine

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Passengers arrive at Waterloo station on 'Freedom day' Prime Minister Boris Johnson has urged caution as most legal restrictions on social contact are lifted in England. There are now no limits on how many people can meet or attend events, nightclubs reopened at midnight, and table service will not be necessary in pubs and restaurants. Face coverings will be recommended in some spaces, but not required by law. ? Lucy Young / Evening Standard / eyevine

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Passengers arrive at Waterloo station on 'Freedom day' Prime Minister Boris Johnson has urged caution as most legal restrictions on social contact are lifted in England. There are now no limits on how many people can meet or attend events, nightclubs reopened at midnight, and table service will not be necessary in pubs and restaurants. Face coverings will be recommended in some spaces, but not required by law. ? Lucy Young / Evening Standard / eyevine

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Passengers arrive at Waterloo station on 'Freedom day' Prime Minister Boris Johnson has urged caution as most legal restrictions on social contact are lifted in England. There are now no limits on how many people can meet or attend events, nightclubs reopened at midnight, and table service will not be necessary in pubs and restaurants. Face coverings will be recommended in some spaces, but not required by law. ? Lucy Young / Evening Standard / eyevine

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Passengers arrive at Waterloo station on 'Freedom day' Prime Minister Boris Johnson has urged caution as most legal restrictions on social contact are lifted in England. There are now no limits on how many people can meet or attend events, nightclubs reopened at midnight, and table service will not be necessary in pubs and restaurants. Face coverings will be recommended in some spaces, but not required by law. ? Lucy Young / Evening Standard / eyevine

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Passengers arrive at Waterloo station on 'Freedom day' Prime Minister Boris Johnson has urged caution as most legal restrictions on social contact are lifted in England. There are now no limits on how many people can meet or attend events, nightclubs reopened at midnight, and table service will not be necessary in pubs and restaurants. Face coverings will be recommended in some spaces, but not required by law. ? Lucy Young / Evening Standard / eyevine

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Passengers arrive at Waterloo station on 'Freedom day' Prime Minister Boris Johnson has urged caution as most legal restrictions on social contact are lifted in England. There are now no limits on how many people can meet or attend events, nightclubs reopened at midnight, and table service will not be necessary in pubs and restaurants. Face coverings will be recommended in some spaces, but not required by law. ? Lucy Young / Evening Standard / eyevine

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Passengers arrive at Waterloo station on 'Freedom day' Prime Minister Boris Johnson has urged caution as most legal restrictions on social contact are lifted in England. There are now no limits on how many people can meet or attend events, nightclubs reopened at midnight, and table service will not be necessary in pubs and restaurants. Face coverings will be recommended in some spaces, but not required by law. ? Lucy Young / Evening Standard / eyevine

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Passengers arrive at Waterloo station on 'Freedom day' Prime Minister Boris Johnson has urged caution as most legal restrictions on social contact are lifted in England. There are now no limits on how many people can meet or attend events, nightclubs reopened at midnight, and table service will not be necessary in pubs and restaurants. Face coverings will be recommended in some spaces, but not required by law. ? Lucy Young / Evening Standard / eyevine

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Passengers wear face coverings as they arrive at King's Cross Station on the morning of Freedom Day. All covid regulations in England are being scrapped from today even though infections and hospitalisations are on the increase. Photo credit: Peter Macdiarmid/ eyevine

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(210718) -- CAPE TOWN, July 18, 2021 (Xinhua) -- Bronze statues of Nelson Mandela and his wife Winnie Madikizela-Mandela are displayed at a tourist spot in Cape Town, South Africa, July 18, 2021. In November 2009, the UN General Assembly declared July 18, Mandela's birthday, as "Nelson Mandela International Day" in recognition of the former South African president's contributions to peace and freedom. (Xinhua/Lyu Tianran) Xinhua News Agency / eyevine

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(210718) -- CAPE TOWN, July 18, 2021 (Xinhua) -- A person poses for a photo with bronze statues of Nelson Mandela and his wife Winnie Madikizela-Mandela in Cape Town, South Africa, July 18, 2021. In November 2009, the UN General Assembly declared July 18, Mandela's birthday, as "Nelson Mandela International Day" in recognition of the former South African president's contributions to peace and freedom. (Xinhua/Lyu Tianran) Xinhua News Agency / eyevine