50 of the most powerful news images of 2013

Here are 50 of the most powerful news images of 2013. These images - and more - have gone on display at the Museum of London. You can see them for yourself until next March.

The photographs were all chosen from winners and finalists at this year's UK Picture Editors' Guild Awards.

Here are some of the best.

Prince George appears to wave to photographers as he leaves St Mary’s Hospital, Paddington with his parents the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge**

Prince George
Prince George Credit: John Stillwell, Press Association

Former British energy minister Chris Huhne comes into contact with a photographer’s lens as he arrives at Southwark Crown Court in London

Chris Huhne
Chris Huhne Credit: Justin Tallis, AFP

CO Vaudin of 2 Signal Regiment embraces his son, Nicholas, 12, on his return from Afghanistan

Solider and son
Soldier and son Credit: Chappel Ross/The Press, York

Andy Murray of Great Britain holds the winner’s trophy up to the spectators after defeating Novak Djokovic of Serbia in the men's singles final at the Wimbledon Championships

Andy Murray
Andy Murray Credit: Stefan Wermuth, Reuters

Alexander Bragg on Zagreb falls at the Bond Dickenson pond at Bramham International Horse trials

Brahman International Horse Trials
Brahman International Horse Trials Credit: Anthony Chappel-Ross, The Press, York

New Bank of England Governor Mark Carney walks to a monetary policy committee meeting on his first day inside the bank’s City of London HQ

Mark Carney
Mark Carney Credit: Bloomberg, Jason Alden

Actor and comedian Ricky Gervais poses for a portrait with Barney the dog to launch the World Society for the Protection of Animals’ Red Collar campaign to help the fight against rabies

Ricky Gervais getting licked by a dog
Ricky Gervais. Credit: Bloomberg, Jason Alden

John Joseph Lydon also known by the former stage name Johnny Rotten

John Lydon
John Lydon. Credit: Jon Enoch Photography

London Mayor Boris Johnson receives his bicycle from Lloyd’s Waiter David Hughes following a visit to Lloyd's of London

Boris Johnson holding a bike
Boris Johnson. Credit: The Press Association, Anthony Devlin

A thoughtful rebel commander in the Old City

A rebel commander
A rebel commander. Credit: Jack Hill, The Times

A man soaks up the glorious summer sun on one of York’s Red Boats on the River Ouse

River Ouse. Credit: Mark Tipping, The Press, York

Andy Murray holds the winner's trophy after beating Serbia's Novak Djokovic in the men's singles final at the 2013 Wimbledon Championships

Andy Murray
Andy Murray. Credit: Adrian Dennis, AFP

An employee of the bicycle company Brompton works on components for the folding bicycles on the production line at the company's headquarters in west London

Brompton manufacturer
Brompton manufacturer. Credit: Agent France-Presse, Leon Neal

Umbrellas suspended from the ramparts of Clifford’s Tower, York – part of a new art installation

Umbrellas
Umbrellas. Credit: Frank Dwyer, The Press, York

Julian MacDonald on the catwalk following the presentation of his Autumn/Winter 2013 collection

Julien MacDonald with models
Julien MacDonald with models. Credit: Lia Toby, Wenn

Rebel fighters cleaning their weapons at a safe house in Aleppo, Syria's second largest city

Rebel fighters
Rebel fighters. Credit: Jack Hill, The Times

A dog wrapped in a jacket belonging to a street artist sits on a pavement in London

Street artist's dog
Street artist's dog. Credit: Stefan Wermuth, Reuters

Arsenal's French defender Laurent Koscielny lies at the bottom of a pile of celebrating Arsenal players after scoring their equalizing goal during the English Premier League football match between Manchester City and Arsenal at the Etihad stadium in Manchester

Arsenal FC players
Arsenal Football Club players. Credit: Adrian Dennis, AFP

The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall ride on a tube train on London's Underground from Farringdon to Kings Cross, to celebrate 150 years of the London Underground

Prince Charles and Camilla
Prince Charles and Camilla Credit: Andrew Parsons, i-Images

John Clark, 21, from Staffordshire leaps across a fire at the Stone Circle at the Glastonbury Festival in Somerset

Glastonbury
Glastonbury Credit: David Hedges, SWNS

England's Jos Buttler dives in an to attempt to run out Australia's Mitchell Johnson

England Vs Australia
England Vs Australia Credit: Mike Eggerton, Empics Sport

Dwain Chambers of Great Britain wins the Men's 60m race during the British Athletics Glasgow International Match at The Emirates Arena

Dwain Chambers
Dwain Chambers Credit: AFP, Ian MacNicol

Paul Townend on Boston Bob falls at the last fence as Bryan Cooper on Lyreen Legend goes on to come second in The RSA Steeple Chase at the Cheltenham Festival

Jockey falling at Cheltenham races
Jockey falling at Cheltenham races Credit: Eddie Keogh, Reuters

Khalid al'Bakr, a Free Syrian Army fighter receives treatment for battle injuries at a field hospital in Mah'sareen in Idlib province

Syrian field hospital
Syrian field hospital Credit: Jack Hill, The Times

The Great Mosque of Aleppo, or the Umayyad Mosque, is the largest and one of the oldest mosques in the city of Aleppo, Syria. It has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, but has recently been badly damaged by fighting between the forces of the regime and those opposed to them. Here, inside the mosque on the opposition side, sniper screens are everywhere as the two sides are within very close proximity, less than 50 metres apart in some **places

Mosque of Aleppo
Mosque of Aleppo Credit: Jack Hill, The Times

Battle of the Atlantic Veteran parade in Liverpool

Veteran Parade
Veteran Parade Credit: Trinity Mirror, Colin Lane Pictures

A rebel fighter runs for cover as shell fire comes into his position near to Aleppo's famous Medina, Syria

Aleppo, Syria
Aleppo, Syria Credit: Jack Hill

The coffin of former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher is carried by the bearer party as it arrives for her funeral service at St Paul's Cathedral

Thatcher funeral
Thatcher funeral Credit: Stefan Wermuth, Reuters

Prince of Wales climbs on the new traversing wall in the new gym at Grainville Secondary School in St Helier, Jersey

Prince Charles climbing a wall
Prince Charles Credit: Chris Jackson, Getty Images

A Free Syrian Army fighter grieves for a fallen comrade

Free Syrian Army
Free Syrian Army. Credit: Jack Hill, The Times

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge arrives at the Willows Primary School, Wythenshawe, Manchester to launch a new school counselling programme to help combat the effects of drug and alcohol addiction

Duchess of Cambridge
Duchess of Cambridge.` Credit: Press Association, Dave Thompson

HRH Queen Elizabeth II, smiles as she watches soldiers from the Royal Regiment of Scotland 3 Scots march past after she presented the regiment with a Pipe Banner, at Dreghorn Barracks in Edinburgh

Queen at Dreghorn Barracks.
Queen at Dreghorn Barracks. Credit: Andrew Milligan, Press Association

Tom Cutler, from Brighton, a member of the Handlebar Club – an international association for gentlemen with handlebar moustaches

Handlebar Club
Handlebar Club. Credit: David Hedges, SWNS

A grief stricken family grieves over a family member killed by a Syrian airforce attack on their village. They come from the Kurdish village of Ziara

Kurdish Family
Kurdish Family. Credit: Jack Hill, The Times

England's Chris Ashton is tackled by Wales' Jamie Roberts during their Six Nations international rugby union match at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff

Wales Vs England
Wales Vs England. Credit: Rebecca Naden, Reuters

A baby African elephant

Baby elephant
Baby elephant. Credit: Bjorn Olsson

Shoppers beg sales assistants for perfume products at Selfridges on Boxing Day morning

Selfridges sales
Selfridges sales Credit: Reuters, Olivia Harris

Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes celebrates with the trophy and his players after defeating Borussia Dortmund in their Champions League final match at Wembley Stadium

Bayern Munich at Wembley
Bayern Munich at Wembley Credit: Stefan Wermuth, Reuters

A supporter of the right-wing and anti-Islamist English Defence League is moved by a police officer during a protest in Birmingham

EDL protest
EDL protest Credit: Stefan Wermuth, Reuters

Attendees check their mobile phones during a break in sessions on day two of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland

Two men waiting for a business meeting
Two men waiting for a business meeting Credit: Bloomberg, Jason Alden

Fashion model Cara Delevingne with singers Ellie Goulding and Rita Ora at the Glamour Women of the Year Awards

Cara Delevigne
Cara Delevigne Credit: Dave Benett

David Cameron attends a carol service with soldiers during a visit to Forward Operating Base Price in Helmand Province, Afghanistan

David Cameron
David Cameron Credit: Stefan Wermuth/Reuters

A student from University College Oxford gets "trashed" after finishing his exams. Trashing is the practice at the university where students have all manner of messy items thrown at them by their contemporaries after finishing their exams

Oxford
Oxford Credit: Stefan Wermuth/Reuters

Lorna Hobson, a nurse from Sheffield, recovering after she was attacked at a bus stop following her evening shift

Beaten Nurse
Beaten Nurse Credit: Chris Fairweather/Ross Parry Agency

Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie cheer The Queen’s horse Estimate onto victory in the Gold Cup at Royal Ascot

Beaten Nurse
Bea and Eugenie Credit: Mark Stewart Photography Ltd

HRH Queen Elizabeth looks at a Jaguar motorcar at the Coronation Festival in the garden of Buckingham Palace

Queen at Coronation Festival
Queen at Coronation Festival Credit: Stefan Wermuth/Reuters

HRH Queen Elizabeth II off duty at the Royal Windsor Horse Show

Queen at Windsor
Queen at Windsor Credit: Mark Stewart Photography Ltd

A crowd watches as the Red Arrows fly over Buckingham Palace following the annual Trooping of the Colour ceremony

Red Arrows
Red Arrows Credit: Jack Taylor

Somerset's Jamie Overton bowls during day one of the LV County Championship Division 1 match between Somerset and Middlesex at the County Ground, Taunton

Somerset v Middlesex
Somerset v Middlesex Credit: Dan Mullan/Pinnacle

Campaigners dressed as Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne congregate in Parliament Square to protest on behalf of 'Enough Food for Everyone IF', a campaign to end global hunger

Osborne protest Credit: Reuters/Stefan Wermuth