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Twite would show less black and white in the wing and tail, along with a pinkish rump and yellow bill. You would also notice the crowd of birders around it as it is a very rare bird in Southern England.
Haha, I was alone, I'll go with the Linnet. Thanks for your help.
Lat/Lng: 51.52045, 0.12866
OS grid ref: TQ477823
A flock of upto 50 birds, singing from a tree. Flew when I approached and scattered, then reformed as a flock in another tree.
Tree was in open Grassland, with patches of long grass, some shrubs, on the bank of the River Thames.