The heavy rain and chilly conditions could not put off these two women hitting the town in Newcastle
A man and woman brawl outside a fast food restaurant in Nottingham as the New Year celebrations turned ugly
The woman landed a blow in the man's face as he tried to escape her clutches during the booze-fuelled evening yesterday
A man in Bristol stands against a lamppost as some celebrated the New Year with a little too much gusto
The same man is helped by his friend after a heavy night drinking in Bristol to usher in the beginning of 2017
A couple were also seen fighting outside a chip shop in Nottingham, while police restrained a bespectacled man in Swansea's Wind Street.
For many, the name of the game was to drink to the point of oblivion, with one girl seen vomiting on the streets of Nottingham.
Dozens of partygoers, some unable to stand or speak, had to helped home by their friends as they tottered on their heels on the sodden streets.
One reveller was three inches away from being castrated when he was impaled on an iron spike after trying to clamber over a metal fence in Wainscott, Kent, at 4am today.
Fire crew had to used a ladder to help him support himself as they cut through the railing with a saw to rescue him.
A spokesman for Kent Fire and Rescue Service said: 'He was in a lot of pain and the railing spike had gone through his left thigh.
'He was conscious throughout and we cut the spike with a special bladed saw and about three or four inches was left in his leg.
'It took about 45 minutes to free him and then we removed the ladders and helped him into the ambulance and he was taken to Accident and Emergency at Medway Maritime Hospital.'
Revellers wore their best party outfits despite the torrential downpours in Newcastle last night
A woman wards off the advances of a man, while trying to protect her hair from the rain in Newcastle
In a tragic incident in Birmingham, a 43-year-old man was killed when he was struck by a car on Wolverhampton Road just before 8pm on New Year's Eve.
Emergency services rushed to the scene but the man, who is from the local area, was pronounced dead.
A 46-year-old woman driver involved in the collision stopped nearby and was spoken to by officers. West Midlands Police confirmed she is continuing to assist investigators.
A man comes to the aid of a blonde woman slumped on the ground in Newcastle as Britons welcomed in the New Year
A reveller gives a helping hand to a female companion during the wild New Year celebrations in central London
A party-goer flashes her breast in Sheffield as millions of Britons brought in the New Year by drinking to excess
Earlier in the evening, one million revellers lined the streets of London to watch the spectacular fireworks display and celebrate the arrival of 2017.
A total of 12,000 fireworks painted the night sky of London during the Mayor's showcase display on the banks of the River Thames.
Some of the stars the world lost in 2016 were honoured during the 12-minute spectacle, as Bowie, Prince and the Two Ronnies, which included the late Ronnie Corbett, featured in the soundtrack.
People gathered by London's famous landmarks, including Big Ben and the London Eye, to watch the fireworks light up the sky.
A couple cuddle in Leeds as a younger group make their way down the road as Britons ushered in 2017
A friend is comforted by two companions at the end of the night in Sheffield as Britons brought in 2017 in typical fashion
A party-goer in Bristol takes an early nap after a heavy night celebrating the beginning of 2017 in the city
A police officer ejects a reveller from a taxi after he attempted to skip the queue on one of the busiest nights of the year
Two sets of girls in Newcastle brave the rain and sodden pavements as they celebrated the start of 2017
In London, 3,000 police officers patrol the streets with guns and sniffer dogs as security was beefed up.
The increased security efforts came after ISIS warned of further attacks and threatened 'to make New Year mayhem' in recent propaganda.
Scotland Yard said there had been 35 arrests made by officers for New Year's Eve offences, including GBH, drugs offences and sexual offences.
Edinburgh led the country's Hogmanay celebrations, with 80,000 people attending the world-famous street party and fireworks. Revellers were allowed back on to Calton Hill this year after a ban over safety fears was lifted.
A woman attends to her friend in Sheffield as the drunken celebrations left many worse for wear
Two women used plastic bags to protect their hair as they headed for a night on the town in Swansea
A woman in Birmingham heads out in a mini skirt despite the chilly conditions and heavy downpours
A woman gave her friend a welcome break from her high heels by offering her a piggy back in Birmingham
A woman in a sparkly dress tucks into her takeaway meal at the end of the boozy evening in Birmingham
Two men were seen lying slumped on the ground in Albert Embankment, central London, as the excitement proved too much
Two couples share a kiss during the raucous and alcohol-fuelled New Year celebrations across Britain
A girl is comforted by a male companion after leaving a nightclub in Sheffield, where bottles of booze were seen on the street
A woman is helped to her feet by two male friends after crashing to the ground during the New Year party in Birmingham
A woman sits on the pavement to check her phone after braving the blustery conditions in Newcastle last night
A girl chats on the phone as she takes some time out from the New Year's Eve celebrations in Newcastle last night
Three women shield their hair during a rain-soaked New Year's Eve celebrations in Newcastle
A man helps an intoxicated reveller in central London as millions of Britons celebrated the end of 2016
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