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Day 241 - England

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Batonbearers Jonny Pemberton, Simon Price, Ian Warland (holding Queen's Baton) and Juliet Field with the Magdalen College Choir, Oxford. England is nation 69 of 70 nations and territories the Queen's Baton will visit. Photo: Chris Radburn for Glasgow 2014. Copyright Glasgow2014, 2014, All rights reserved.

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Batonbearer Simon Price shows the Queen's Baton to pupils from Cutteslowe Primary School, Oxford. England is nation 69 of 70 nations and territories the Queen's Baton will visit. Photo: Chris Radburn for Glasgow 2014. Copyright Glasgow2014, 2014, All rights reserved.

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Batonbearer Jonny Pemberton holds the Queen's Baton with pupils from Cutteslowe Primary School, Oxford. England is nation 69 of 70 nations and territories the Queen's Baton will visit. Photo: Chris Radburn for Glasgow 2014. Copyright Glasgow2014, 2014, All rights reserved.

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Batonbearer Jonny Pemberton shows the Queen's Baton to Maisy Gallagher (aged 10) from Cutteslowe Primary School, Oxford. England is nation 69 of 70 nations and territories the Queen's Baton will visit. Photo: Chris Radburn for Glasgow 2014. Copyright Glasgow2014, 2014, All rights reserved.

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Batonbearer Simon Price shows the Queen's Baton to pupils from Cutteslowe Primary School, Oxford. England is nation 69 of 70 nations and territories the Queen's Baton will visit. Photo: Chris Radburn for Glasgow 2014. Copyright Glasgow2014, 2014, All rights reserved.

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Commonwealth Games gold medalist Claire Bennett with pupils from Cutteslowe Primary School during the Queen's Baton Relay in Oxford. England is nation 69 of 70 nations and territories the Queen's Baton will visit. Photo: Chris Radburn for Glasgow 2014. Copyright Glasgow2014, 2014, All rights reserved.

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Batonbearer Jonny Pemberton holds the Queen's Baton with pupils from Cutteslowe Primary School, Oxford. England is nation 69 of 70 nations and territories the Queen's Baton will visit. Photo: Chris Radburn for Glasgow 2014. Copyright Glasgow2014, 2014, All rights reserved.

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Batonbearer Jonny Pemberton carries the Queen's Baton at Magdalen College, Oxford. England is nation 69 of 70 nations and territories the Queen's Baton will visit. Photo: Chris Radburn for Glasgow 2014. Copyright Glasgow2014, 2014, All rights reserved.

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Batonbearer Simon Price holds the Queen's Baton with the Magdalen College Choir, Oxford. England is nation 69 of 70 nations and territories the Queen's Baton will visit. Photo: Chris Radburn for Glasgow 2014. Copyright Glasgow2014, 2014, All rights reserved.

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(L-R ) Batonbearers Juliet Field and Jonny Pemberton show the Queen's Baton to pupils from Cutteslowe Primary School, Oxford. England is nation 69 of 70 nations and territories the Queen's Baton will visit. Photo: Chris Radburn for Glasgow 2014. Copyright Glasgow2014, 2014, All rights reserved.

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Batonbearer Jonny Pemberton carries the Queen's Baton at Magdalen College, Oxford. England is nation 69 of 70 nations and territories the Queen's Baton will visit. Photo: Chris Radburn for Glasgow 2014. Copyright Glasgow2014, 2014, All rights reserved.

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Batonbearer Juliet Field runs with the Queen's Baton alongside pupils from Cutteslowe Primary School, Oxford. England is nation 69 of 70 nations and territories the Queen's Baton will visit. Photo: Chris Radburn for Glasgow 2014. Copyright Glasgow2014, 2014, All rights reserved.

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BMX Ambassador Michael Pusey (left) holds the Queen's Baton with James Cracknell outside New Broadcasting House in London. England is nation 69 of 70 nations and territories the Queen's Baton will visit. Photo: Tim Ireland for Glasgow 2014. Copyright Glasgow2014, 2014, All rights reserved.

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BMX Ambassador Michael Pusey (left) and James Cracknell (centre) pass the Queen's Baton to the BBC's Danny Choen at New Broadcasting House in London. England is nation 69 of 70 nations and territories the Queen's Baton will visit. Photo: Tim Ireland for Glasgow 2014. Copyright Glasgow2014, 2014, All rights reserved.

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James Cracknell with the Queen's Baton speaks with Simon Mayo during his show at Radio 2 in London. England is nation 69 of 70 nations and territories the Queen's Baton will visit. Photo: Tim Ireland for Glasgow 2014. Copyright Glasgow2014, 2014, All rights reserved.

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BMX Ambassador Michael Pusey (left) holds the Queen's Baton with James Cracknell outside New Broadcasting House in London. England is nation 69 of 70 nations and territories the Queen's Baton will visit. Photo: Tim Ireland for Glasgow 2014. Copyright Glasgow2014, 2014, All rights reserved.

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James Cracknell (right) with Simon Mayo (centre) holding the Queen's Baton during his show at Radio 2 in London. England is nation 69 of 70 nations and territories the Queen's Baton will visit. Photo: Tim Ireland for Glasgow 2014. Copyright Glasgow2014, 2014, All rights reserved.

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The Queen's Baton is held in front of The Shard, London. England is nation 69 of 70 nations and territories the Queen's Baton will visit. Photo: Chris Radburn for Glasgow 2014. Copyright Glasgow2014, 2014, All rights reserved.

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Batonbearer Ashley Cooper (R) with the Queen's Baton on ITV's Good Morning Britain with presenters (L-R) Sean Fletcher, Charlotte Hawkins and John Stapleton, London. England is nation 69 of 70 nations and territories the Queen's Baton will visit. Photo: Chris Radburn for Glasgow 2014. Copyright Glasgow2014, 2014, All rights reserved.

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Batonbearer Ashley Cooper (R) with the Queen's Baton on ITV's Good Morning Britain with presenters (L-R) Sean Fletcher, Charlotte Hawkins and John Stapleton, London. England is nation 69 of 70 nations and territories the Queen's Baton will visit. Photo: Chris Radburn for Glasgow 2014. Copyright Glasgow2014, 2014, All rights reserved.

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