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King's Cross tube station.<br />
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London, 19/08/2016. Tonight, Transport For London (TfL) launches for the first time in London's history the 24-hour tube service starting with Central and Victoria Lines (51 stations in total). The service comes a year later than planned by the former Mayor of London Boris Johnson (now British Foreign Secretary) due to several strikes held by TfL workers over pay and safety reasons. Jubilee, Northern and Piccadilly lines will follow in two separate phases later in the autumn as new Tube drivers (about 200 part-time drivers) will end their training. At the moment the trains run on average every 10 minutes and TfL charges standard off-peak fares for travelling on the Night Tube.<br />
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For more information please click here: https://tfl.gov.uk/campaign/tube-improvements/what-we-are-doing/night-tube
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King's Cross tube station.

London, 19/08/2016. Tonight, Transport For London (TfL) launches for the first time in London's history the 24-hour tube service starting with Central and Victoria Lines (51 stations in total). The service comes a year later than planned by the former Mayor of London Boris Johnson (now British Foreign Secretary) due to several strikes held by TfL workers over pay and safety reasons. Jubilee, Northern and Piccadilly lines will follow in two separate...
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