Specifically from London St Pancras International.
The UK is not in the Schengen area (area without border checks) so you need a passport:
Can I use my driving licence as an ID document at the border?
NO - A driving licence isn't a travel document. You'll need a valid national identity card or passport.
(NB: a UK driving licence is not the same thing as a 'national identity card'. It doesn't prove British citizenship because someone who isn't a British citizen can still qualify for a British driving licence).
If the image means that you intend to try to use fake ID, then this document which shows the security features built-in to a genuine driving licence (p.19/20) might be of interest. Trying to use a fake ID to cross a national border would (obviously) be a fairly serious crime. The foreword adds:
The fake ID cards which can be ordered on the internet often do not replicate existing documents. Examples include the UK national identification card and a provisional motorcycle licence. It is an offence under section 1 of the Forgery and Counterfeiting Act 1981 to make a false instrument with the intention to use it to induce a person to accept it as genuine, and by reason of so accepting it to do or not to do some act which is to their own or any other person’s prejudice. However, fake ID cards are commonly sold as novelty items and the companies that produce them are often foreign-based. Therefore, it is difficult for the UK to prevent or restrict the production of these items.