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Downing Street lights candle to remember covid victims

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Downing Street lights candle to remember covid victims

Downing Street lights candle to remember covid victims

A candle was places outside of 10 Downing street this evening as part of a nationwide memorial to remember all those we have lost to Covid-19.

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