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City workers react to a possible London lockdown

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City workers react to a possible London lockdown

City workers react to a possible London lockdown

Workers in the City of London today gave their verdict on the possibility of a lockdown in the capital.

Mayor Sadiq Khan will meet with local London council leaders today to discuss possible new restrictions, which they would then put to government ministers.

Report by Blairm.

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