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Revellers head out before rule of 6 comes into force

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Revellers head out before rule of 6 comes into force

Revellers head out before rule of 6 comes into force

Revellers have been out on the town in London making the most of the final weekend before the "rule of six" coronavirus restrictions come into force.

The rule of ‘6’ is being introduced from Monday, banning social gatherings of more than six people.

Report by Etemadil.

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