Tiddesley Wood Nature Reserve, Near Pershore, Worcestershire
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It's a bug, rather than a beetle. You can tell because it's wing cases cross over, rather than meeting in a T shape like they do on a beetle. If you can see the mouthparts, the bugs have a sucking proboscis and the beetles have biting jaws.
For more info about this pretty bug see http://www.britishbugs.org.uk/heteroptera/Rhopalidae/corizus_hyoscyami.html
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Yorkshire and Humber
Lat/Lng: 52.0, -2.2
OS grid ref: SO8742