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The iconic pictures of 2021 – a year of angry protests, emotional farewells, famous victories... and more Covid

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We were promised the Roaring Twenties – or at least that’s what we hoped for. This time last year, optimists among us made a bold prediction.

2021 would be the year the world not just gingerly regained its balance, but felt strong enough to dance again.The pandemic surely had to recede, thanks to the vaccination programme.

We’d see a return to travel, entertainment and hospitality – even hugging.Essentially, the view from 2020 was as D:ream sang: things can only get better.

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