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London transport to receive £1.6 billion to tackle coronavirus crisis


London (UK), 15 May, EFE/EPA, (Camera: Andy Rain).- The London Transport Company will get emergency government funding of £1.6 billion to keep bus and underground services running during the coronavirus crisis. As confinement is eased in the UK, many Brits face the dilemma of whether it is safe to return to work. Meanwhile, the UK economy has suffered a 2 percent drop, its worst decline since the 2008 financial crisis. FOOTAGE OF THE LONDON TUBE.

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