In pictures: British Press Photographer Awards (Remixed)
Assignments 2017 showcases the worst moments captured by members of the British Press Photographers’ Association.
If you could hear the sounds during this image you would hear a very loud laugh from Theresa May and a sympathetic pity laugh from the 2 gentlemen who work at the Smithfied Market in the City of London. The reason being that the Prime Minister flatulated and made a resounding sound.To say it was awkward is a resounding understatement
Well the labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn has done it again while reading to a group of children he has said expletives. This was his face after he realized he said "It's a f*@$ing BEAR!!!!!". He has since been banned from events where children are and also from speaking at any events.
Outgoing UKIP leader Nigel Farage was pictured by Daniel Leal-Olivas awkwardly embracing the new leader Diane James at the party's autumn conference. Ms James stood down as leader last month after just 18 days in charge. I think this says it all no need to remix it :D!
Joanne Davidson photographed Katy Perry on stage at Glastonbury.
Paul Grover captured the moment Prince Harry beat his brother and sister-in-law, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, across the line in a race at the Queen Elizabeth Park in London as part of the Heads Together #oktosay campaign.
A row of Yorkshire Terriers caught the eye of photographer Bruce Adams at Crufts Dog Show.
Graham Whitby Boot
Graham Whitby Boot's picture of Kendall Jenner was taken at the Cannes Film Festival.
Bob Martin photographed Germany's Reinhold Botzel during the High Jump T47 Final, at The Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
Officers of the Metropolitan Police bowed their heads as PC Keith Palmer's funeral cortege was driven out of the Chapel of St Mary Undercroft in the Palace of Westminster. Pete Maclaine photographed the scene. PC Palmer had been guarding the Houses of Parliament on 22 March when he was stabbed to death.
At least 80 people are believed to have died when a huge fire engulfed Grenfell Tower, a 24-storey building in north Kensington, London. This picture was taken by Guilhem Baker.