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British pubs reopen as restrictions ease

A doorman in a floral-themed suit stands at the entrance to Annabel's club, after it reopened in London, July 5.    REUTERS/Peter Nicholls  

A doorman in a floral-themed suit stands at the entrance to Annabel's club, after it reopened in London, July 5. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls  

A doorman in a floral-themed suit stands at the entrance to Annabel's club, after it reopened in London, July 5. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls  
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People have a drink in Clapham, London, July 4. REUTERS/Hannah McKay

People have a drink in Clapham, London, July 4. REUTERS/Hannah McKay

People have a drink in Clapham, London, July 4. REUTERS/Hannah McKay
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People sit in an outdoor area at St Villa bar and restaurant, in St. Albans, July 4.   REUTERS/Paul Childs  

People sit in an outdoor area at St Villa bar and restaurant, in St. Albans, July 4. REUTERS/Paul Childs  

People sit in an outdoor area at St Villa bar and restaurant, in St. Albans, July 4. REUTERS/Paul Childs  
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People gather in Soho, as restrictions are eased in London,  July 4. REUTERS/Henry Nicholls

People gather in Soho, as restrictions are eased in London, July 4. REUTERS/Henry Nicholls

People gather in Soho, as restrictions are eased in London, July 4. REUTERS/Henry Nicholls
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Men have their hair cut at Savvas Barbers as it reopened  in London, July 4. REUTERS/Hannah McKay

Men have their hair cut at Savvas Barbers as it reopened in London, July 4. REUTERS/Hannah McKay

Men have their hair cut at Savvas Barbers as it reopened in London, July 4. REUTERS/Hannah McKay
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People wear compulsory protective masks as they enjoy a ride in Thorpe Park, near London, July 5. REUTERS/Toby Melville    

People wear compulsory protective masks as they enjoy a ride in Thorpe Park, near London, July 5. REUTERS/Toby Melville    

People wear compulsory protective masks as they enjoy a ride in Thorpe Park, near London, July 5. REUTERS/Toby Melville    
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A woman gestures on a bike at the Borough Market, after the reopening of commercial activities, in London, July 4.   REUTERS/Hannah McKay    

A woman gestures on a bike at the Borough Market, after the reopening of commercial activities, in London, July 4. REUTERS/Hannah McKay    

A woman gestures on a bike at the Borough Market, after the reopening of commercial activities, in London, July 4. REUTERS/Hannah McKay    
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People pose for a picture while sitting in an outdoor area at St Villa bar and restaurant in St. Albans, July 4. REUTERS/Paul Childs

People pose for a picture while sitting in an outdoor area at St Villa bar and restaurant in St. Albans, July 4. REUTERS/Paul Childs

People pose for a picture while sitting in an outdoor area at St Villa bar and restaurant in St. Albans, July 4. REUTERS/Paul Childs
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People have a drink at a bars area in Clapham, London, July 4. REUTERS/Hannah McKay

People have a drink at a bars area in Clapham, London, July 4. REUTERS/Hannah McKay

People have a drink at a bars area in Clapham, London, July 4. REUTERS/Hannah McKay
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People are pictured at a bars area in Clapham, London, July 4. REUTERS/Hannah McKay

People are pictured at a bars area in Clapham, London, July 4. REUTERS/Hannah McKay

People are pictured at a bars area in Clapham, London, July 4. REUTERS/Hannah McKay
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People gather in Soho, London, July 4. REUTERS/Henry Nicholls

People gather in Soho, London, July 4. REUTERS/Henry Nicholls

People gather in Soho, London, July 4. REUTERS/Henry Nicholls
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