LONDONERS ARE SET TO BASK IN SOARING SUNSHINE LATER THIS WEEK.
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A group of people stopped traffic in south London as hundreds of others celebrated the end of slavery in British colonies.
This was largely down to an increased number of available properties, due to the lack of tourism during the COVID-19 pandemic.
As Madame Tussauds packed away her waxworks and the entrances to The London Dungeon drew closed, the city ground to a halt.
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