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Choose from 83 pictures in our Cameron collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

David Cameron MP, visits British troops in Afghanistan Featured Print

David Cameron MP, visits British troops in Afghanistan

Photograph: The leader of the opposition party, David Cameron MP, visits British troops in Afghanistan.Digital photograph taken by Cpl Mike Fletcher, Royal Logistic Corps, Helmand Task Force Photographer, Helmand Province, Afghanistan, 25 July 2006. From a CD of 309 images.David Cameron and the shadow Defence Secretary, Liam Fox MP, visited troops in Helmand Province. The MPs were on a fact finding mission and came to visit British Commanders, Governmental Agencies and troops currently serving in the province. During their visit the MPs visited troops at the British base in Lashkar Gah, the provincial town of Helmand. Lashkar Gah is home to the Provincial Reconstruction Team, an organisation made up of military and governmental agencies. It is their mission to provide a secure and safe environment in Helmand Province as well as assisting the Afghan government and local authorities build a strong government and create jobs. David Cameron and Liam Fox met with the British Forces Commander in Afghanistan, Brigadier Ed Butler and Commander Helmand Task Force, Colonel Charlie Knaggs, before meeting troops from the Provincial Reconstruction Team Operations Company. Later they were then shown around British military vehicles which included a Snatch Landrover and a Weapons Mount Installation Kit (WMIK) Land Rover. These vehicles are the primary means of transport for the Operations Company which daily carries out patrols in the Lashkar Gah area. These patrols can at times be in a 50 degree heat for 20 hours. The Operations Company also works very closely with the local Afghan National Army (ANA) and National Police (ANP), mentoring them on security matters and carrying out joint operations.This image was taken on Operation HERRICK IV, the UK's deployment into Helmand Province, Southern Afghanistan. Operation HERRICK IV has seen the development of the Helmand Task Force in the province, which has seen the cross Governmental Provincial Reconstruction Team set up in Lash

© The National Army Museum / Mary Evans Picture Library

CS Winifred Barker and Superintendent Shirley Becke Featured Print

CS Winifred Barker and Superintendent Shirley Becke

Winifred Theodora Barker (c1909-1995), third commander of the Met Police A4 (Women's) Branch, rising to the rank of Chief Superintendent in 1960. Seen here (right) sitting at her desk, with Superintendent Shirley Cameron Becke (nee Jennings, 1917-2011), who followed Barker as fourth commander of the A4 Branch from 1966 to 1973, standing at her side. Date: circa 1950s

© Metropolitan Police Authority/Mary Evans

Some leading Actresses of the late Victorian era Featured Print

Some leading Actresses of the late Victorian era

Some leading Actresses of the late Victorian era. (from top left, going clockwise): Miss Alice Atherton (1854-1899), Miss V. Cameron (Violet Lydia Thompson) (1862-1919), Miss Phyllis Broughton (1862-1926), Miss Williamson, Miss Marion Hood (1854-1912) Miss Grubbe, Miss Florence St. John (1855-1912), Miss Minnie Palmer(1860-1936), Miss Nellie Farren (1848-1904), Miss D'Angeli, Miss Connie Gilchrist (1865-1946), Miss Maud Branscombe and (centre) Miss K. Vaughan. Date: 1890

© Mary Evans Picture Library