Gary Lineker arrives for the Raisa Gorbachev Foundation Annual Fundraising Gala Dinner at Hampton Court, Richmond upon Thames in south west London.

Match of the Day presenter Gary Lineker scored a Twitter storm after retweeting a video from an anti-Israel activist.
The former England and Tottenham Hotspur striker shared a tweet by Palestine sympathiser Ben White showing Israeli soldiers arresting Palestinian youths.
White, described on his website as is a writer, journalist, researcher, and activist, specialising in Palestine/Israel, is the author of ‘Israeli Apartheid: A Beginner’s Guide and ‘Palestinians in Israel: Segregation, Discrimination and Democracy’.
White tweeted ‘Israeli soldiers in Hebron bravely defend themselves from a number of existential threats disguised as defenceless Palestinian children.’
Lineker, who described the video as “sickening”, received criticism but defended his tweets.
Former IDF spokesperson Lieutenant Colonel Peter Lerner Amongst was among those to tweet Linekar.
He tweeted: “Sorry, Gary, you’ve completely missed the point. When kids throw stones they are a public menace. They need to be stopped. Yes, the video is unpleasant but it conveniently shares only a glimpse of what happened, the aftermath of their actions. You should be wiser than this.”
Lineker responded: “I stress I’m not taking sides, but locking a bunch of youngsters in a cage is wrong. I ask you in return do you think that is the right way to treat them? I’ve tweeted vehemently against fascism, bigotry, terrorism etc but you don’t seem as interested in those tweets.”
Arsen Ostrovsky tweeted, “Kids’? These are youths involved in violence and terror! They are not so ‘innocent.’
Just curious, did you show outrage at Gaza rocket fired into Israeli kindergarten on weekend? Or Israeli man stabbed by Palestinian terrorist outside Jerusalem station?”
Linekar responded: “Ah the old whataboutery. I don’t take sides. I condemn all forms of violence.”