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UK power cuts - live updates: Major outages across country hits trains, ports and traffic lights

Independent Friday, 9 August 2019 ()
London and the South East have been hit by a massive power cut, with Transport for London warning some traffic lights have gone down in the capital.
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News video: Large scale power cut affects UK travel

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Large parts of England are without electricity following a large scale power cut. Blackouts have been reported in London and the South East, as well as the Midlands and the North West. UK Power Networks, who control power lines for London and the South East, and Western Power Distribution in...

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