Cranefly with black markings on a whitish thorax.
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I think this could possibly be a female Tipula Maxima.The females abdomen has a sharp tip so they can push the eggs into the ground.the males have a blunt abdomen.
Yes, it is a female, but not Tipula maxima, which has much more obvious dark markings on the wings.
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Lat/Lng: 51.3417, 0.0729
OS grid ref: TQ444623
On chalk grassland near woods.