If Enoplognatha ovata sensu lato (i.e. 'in the broadest sense') is used it allows for the possibility that this specimen may be E.latimana (the other 'looky-likey' member of this species agg.) The two can only be reliably separated by microscopic examination of mature specimen.
See Matt Prince's discussion comments at - http://www.ispot.org.uk/node/356111
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Will need to stay as an aggregate then.
Does anyone have any thoughts on the ID of the prey?
Vespinae - a social wasp - but I can't do better than that. Too may similar genera for my untrained eye.
Lat/Lng: 51.540316447216, -0.32921433448792
OS grid ref: TQ159837