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Labour leader Ed Miliband taking a selfie recently in a hairdresser’s in Cambridge city centre. Miliband’s image is a problem for his party, as illustrated by his on-camera difficulties recently when he struggled to bite into a bacon sandwich. Photograph: Stefan Rousseau /PA

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Britain’s prime minster, David Cameron, and home secretary Theresa May speak to Home Office immigration enforcement officers at a property in Slough where six immigrants were arrested yesterday. Photogrpah: Oli Scarff/Getty Images

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Prince Albert of Britain sharing a carriage with Alexander, Crown Prince of Serbia, in  London in 1916. Two years earlier Serbia’s dispute with Austria over the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand in Sarajevo led to the outbreak of the first World War. Photograph: PA Wire

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