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London(i)locked

  • Nicholas Temperley,
  • Philip Olleson,
  • Roger Bowers,
  • H. Diack Johnstone,
  • Richard Rastall,
  • Peter Holman,
  • Marie Axton,
  • Richard Luckett,
  • Andrew Wathey,
  • Robert D. Hume,
  • Simon McVeigh,
  • Edward Croft-Murray,
  • Arthur Jacobs,
  • Gabriella Dideriksen,
  • John Snelson,
  • Cyril Ehrlich,
  • Michael Musgrave,
  • David C.H. Wright,
  • Elizabeth Roche,
  • Bernarr Rainbow,
  • Anthony Kemp,
  • Kathleen Dale,
  • Peter Ward Jones
  •  and William J. Conner

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Capital of Great Britain. The ‘City of London’ is a small (about 3.2 km²) commercial area, north of the River Thames; but ‘London’ (or ‘Greater London’) is taken to apply to a much larger region, comprising (at the beginning of the 21st century) 33 boroughs, two of which are the Cities of London and Westminster (the seat of national government). It is by far the largest city of Europe....

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