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UK Picture Editors Guild Awards – in pictures

  • Getty Images Young Photographer of the Year - James Manning

    A Kestrel swoops in towards a Rabbit in Richmond Park, south west London

    Photograph: James Manning

    Getty Images Young Photographer of the Year - James Manning A Kestrel swoops in towards a Rabbit in Richmond Park, south west London
  • UKPEG Press Photographer of the Year - Chris Furlong

    Prime Minister Boris Johnson tries to open his umbrella next to Britain’s Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, at the dedication ceremony of the new national UK Police Memorial at the National Memorial Arboretum in Alrewas, on July 28, 2021. The 12-metre high brass memorial designed by architect Walter Jack commemorates the courage and sacrifice of members of the UK Police service. Since the establishment of the Bow Street Runners in 1749, almost 5,000 police officers and staff have died on duty, 1,500 from acts of violence

    Photograph: Christopher Furlong/AFP/Getty Images

    ritain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson tries to open his umbrella next to Britain’s Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, at the dedication ceremony of the new national UK Police Memorial at the National Memorial Arboretum in Alrewas, central England, on July 28, 2021
  • Sony National Newspaper Photographer of the Year - Richard Pohle

    Chancellor Rishi Sunak plays with children in the state room of number 11 Downing street after announcing that he is to give £500,000,000 to young families in next weeks spending review budget

    Photograph: Richard Pohle

    Chancellor Rishi Sunak plays with children in the state room of number 11 Downing street after announcing that he is to give £500,000,000 to young families in next weeks spending review budget


  • Genesis Imaging Regional Photographer of the Year - Charles McQuillan

    The parade passes the Derry Girls mural as the Apprentice Boys of Derry take part in the annual Relief of Derry march on August 14, 2021 in Londonderry, Northern Ireland. The parade which has been scaled back due to Covid-19 marks the lifting of the siege of Derry which began in December 1688 when 13 apprentice boys closed the gates of the city against a regiment of twelve hundred Jacobite soldiers, commanded by the Roman Catholic Earl of Antrim, Alexander MacDonnell.

    Photograph: Charles McQuillan/Getty Images

    The parade passes the Derry Girls mural as the Apprentice Boys of Derry take part in the annual Relief of Derry march on August 14, 2021 in Londonderry, Northern Ireland
  • Piemags Business Photographer of the Year - James Hardisty

    Oliver Medforth, 25, of Raisthorpe Manor Gins, at Wharram, near Malton, North Yorkshire, who will be celebrating World Gin Day on 12 June 2021 - a global celebration of all things gin

    Photograph: James Hardisty

    Oliver Medforth, 25, of Raisthorpe Manor Gins, at Wharram, near Malton, North Yorkshire, who will be celebrating World Gin Day on 12 June 2021
  • IMAGO Photograph of the Year - Jonathan Brady

    Queen Elizabeth II takes her seat for the funeral of the Duke of Edinburgh in St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle, Berkshire, 17 April 2021

    Photograph: Jonathan Brady/PA Archive

    Queen Elizabeth II takes her seat for the funeral of the Duke of Edinburgh in St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle, Berkshire, 17 April 2021
  • Fleet Street’s Finest Photo Essay, The Missing Years - Chris Furlong

    People enjoy the warm and sunny weather relaxing on the pavement outside their homes in the Shorefields area of Liverpool during the Coronavirus pandemic lockdown, 28 May 2020 in Liverpool, United Kingdom. The British government continues to ease the coronavirus lockdown by announcing schools will open to reception year pupils plus years one and six from June 1st. Open-air markets and car showrooms can also open from the same date

    Photograph: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images

    People enjoy the warm and sunny weather relaxing on the pavement outside their homes in the Shorefields area of Liverpool during the Coronavirus pandemic lockdown, 28 May 2020 in Liverpool, United Kingdom
  • Fixation News Photographer of the Year - Jeff Mitchell

    Members of the public are seen making their way through the snow 8 February 2021 in Tomintoul, Scotland. Weather warnings are in place as heavy snow and cold winds are forecast from Russia, with even central London due for wintry showers

    Photograph: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images

    Members of the public are seen making their way through the snow 8 February 2021 in Tomintoul, Scotland
  • Professional Photo Royal Photographer of the Year - Kelvin Bruce

    Prince William and Catherine Duchess Of Cambridge race each other in land yachts on West Sands beach, St Andrews

    Photograph: Kelvin Bruce/KFB

    Prince William and Catherine Duchess Of Cambridge race each other in land yachts on West Sands beach , St Andrews.Professional Photo Royal Photographer of the Year - Kelvin Bruce Prince William and Catherine Duchess Of Cambridge race each other in land yachts on West Sands beach, St Andrews
  • Dave Benett Arts and Entertainment Photographer of the Year - Danny Lawson

    A dancer from DeNada Dance Theatre performs during a dress rehearsal for Mariposa, a tragedy inspired by Puccini’s Madame Butterfly, at the Northern Ballet’s Stanley and Audrey Burton Theatre in Leeds, West Yorkshire, 12 October 2021

    Photograph: Danny Lawson/PA

    Dave Benett Arts and Entertainment Photographer of the Year - Danny Lawson A dancer from DeNada Dance Theatre performs during a dress rehearsal for Mariposa, a tragedy inspired by Puccini’s Madame Butterfly, at the Northern Ballet’s Stanley and Audrey Burton Theatre in Leeds, West Yorkshire, 12 October 2021