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People queue in London to pay their respects at the Queen's coffin

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People queue in London near Blackfriars and Westminster bridge in order to pay their respects in front of the Queen's coffin in the centre of London. The queue was four kilometres long (2,4 miles) on Wednesday night. IMAGES

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