Politicians use cameras to show their different points of view

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Some 28 MPs and peers have submitted photographs for the eleventh all-party exhibition organised by Kodak.

In all, 109 photographs have been entered and a winner will be chosen by a panel of selectors made up of Amanda Nevill, of the National Museum of Film, Photography and Television; Terry Hope, of Amateur Photographer magazine; Bill Wisden, fellow of the Royal Photographic Society; and Peter Dyer, a professional photographer.

The exhibition will be open at the Commons on 10 February and will close on the 14th before moving to the Royal Photographic Society in Bath and then throughout Britain.

Photographs (clockwise from top left) are by Austin Mitchell, David Wilshire, Lord Greenaway, John Austin and Viscount Allenby.

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