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Stonehenge, Glastonbury or Cambridge and Oxford Tour with Lets Travel Services (Up to 55% Off)
Travellers can discover the wonders of England as they explore Stonehenge, the Cotswolds, Glastonbury or Cambridge and Oxford...
(was £62)
25- or 50-Minute Thames Sightseeing Boat Tour with RIB Tours London (Up to 30% Off)
This guided tour, reaching speeds of up to 30 knots, includes sights such as St Paul’s Cathedral and Canary Wharf...
(was £20)
Escape Game for Up to Eight at Escape Games London (Up to 63% Off)
Players take the role of theatre guests and try to escape from a cinema while a furious message from the lead actress flashes on the screen...
(was £30)
One-Hour Escape Room Game for Up to Five at Do Stuff Escape Games (Up to 40% Off)
Up to five riddle aficionados can get locked up for one hour and attempt to free themselves with the use of logical thinking and teamwork...
(was £100)
Indoor activity & soft play Entry for up to Two Children and Two Adults to Gambado, Three Locations (Up to 49% Off)
Two Children can have access to giant play frames, slides, ball pits, carousel and dodgems. Climbing wall also at Watford....
(was £23)
1.5-Hour Ice Sculpting Class and 40-Minute Icebar Experience for Two at ICEBAR London (35% Off)
Have fun sculpting a 10kg ice block, enjoy cocktails served at -5°C and see how your skills compare to those of the world-famous ice artist...
(was £183)


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Man, 45, arrested after murder in Brixton street

A man, aged in his 30s was stabbed to death in the middle of the day in Brixton.

South Western rail franchise: Clash with union over second person on trains

The new South Western rail franchise holder insists two staff members will be on board each train.

Big Ben's Ayrton Light to be switched off

The Ayrton Light was installed in 1885 and was last turned off during World War Two.

McDonald's could face first UK strikes

Staff at two UK outlets vote for action over secure working hours and a £10 per hour wage.

UK terror threat increased by IS losses, security minister says

The security minister says the terror group is inspiring home-grown attackers across Europe.

Rail upgrade disruption begins

Modernisation works will allow new trains to run on the Great Western Rail mainline.


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