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WorldNews Friday, 9 August 2019 ()
UK power cut – is my area affected? Latest news after National Grid failure sends ...PARTS of UK are experiencing a power outage after a problem with National Grid, leaving Brits in the dark. Is there a power cut in your area? Here's what we know. 9 Where is the power outage? London South East Midlands North East Scotland Wales Large parts of London and the South East are without electricity following a power cut, UK...
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News video: Power Outage Disrupts Travel Across London and England's Southeast

Power Outage Disrupts Travel Across London and England's Southeast 00:35

A power outage affected “nearly a million” homes, darkened railway stations, and halted trains near London and elsewhere in southeast England on August 9. “Unexpected and unusual” issues with two generators caused the outage, National Grid Electricity System Operator said on Twitter. National...

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