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Watchdog demands answers as power cut causes chaos across Britain

WorldNews Saturday, 10 August 2019 ()
Watchdog demands answers as power cut causes chaos across BritainLONDON, Aug 10 (Reuters) - Energy regulators on Saturday demanded an urgent report from the operator of Britain's electricity grid into what caused a power cut that led to chaos across the country, with trains brought to a standstill and traffic lights knocked out. The hour-long outage on Friday evening left almost 1 million homes without...
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News video: Commuters Stranded at Harlington Platform as Power Cut Disrupts Travel Across London

Commuters Stranded at Harlington Platform as Power Cut Disrupts Travel Across London 00:41

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

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