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As Matt says, when photographing newts the underside is what we need to see to be confident in offering an identification. This one is either a smooth newt or a palmate newt. The throat is what we look at to see if it is spotty or not. If it were a male during breeding then it would be different, but unfortunately it is not.
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Lat/Lng: 50.4159, -3.6692
OS grid ref: SX815586