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    IDs please RSPB Ham Wall, UK.

    Well that's what I see in the picture I linked. I don't think the op pic gives us all the details. But happy for others to have other views. For me it's clearly not a straight forward reed warbler like the others.
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    IDs please RSPB Ham Wall, UK.

    Perhaps, but I put it down to the sort of perspective distortion we can see here: https://macaulaylibrary.org/photo/204444421 (I find the beak here to be the same cylindrical barrel shape as whitethroat and different to reed warbler)
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    IDs please RSPB Ham Wall, UK.

    Agree 1-3, 5. 4 = whitethroat upper (neat white throat, whitish eyering, no sloped forehead, bill shape etc. Lower is another Reed warbler