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Londoners celebrate an easing of lockdown restrictions with morning pints at the pub

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Londoners toast a significant easing of coronavirus restrictions with early morning pints as the country takes a tentative step towards the resumption of normal life. England has now partially lifted restrictions, with non-essential shops, gyms, pub gardens and hairdressers reopened. IMAGES of people in a London beer garden

Added on the 12/04/2021 13:03:59 - Copyright : AFPTV - First images

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