Likely Tipula oleracea on wing veination / stigma and other characteristics most definitely a Cranefly genus Tipula
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If you wish to tighten your ID it's Tipula (Tipula) (3 UK species in this sub-genus). The entire Tipula genus includes many more species.
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Thanks Steve what is your view to oleracea ?? Need to go through More phots with key
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It's a male (with shorter bodies) so can't be done from wing length.
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