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Big Ben Repair Works - EXPLAINED

Leave us a tip: Support city hacks London with a monthly donation here: Support us: Follow us on: Instagram: Twitter: Facebook: Subscribe to city hacks London here: ****************************************­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­********************* In this episode of city hacks London presenter Syrus Lowe tells you all about the Big Ben repair works. For more information on this go to: ****************************************­­­­­­­­­­­************************** city hacks London is a YouTube channel for Londoners and London's tourist visitors offering top tips & life hacks for battling the city, presented by Syrus Lowe. ****************************************­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­******************** Credits: Presented by Syrus Lowe Directed and Edited by Junaid Faiz Written and Produced by Syrus Lowe and Junaid Faiz Cinematography by Junaid Faiz Production Assistant Chloe Ward Thanks to our Patreon supporters: Lauren F Ronish Gopal Jacob Roeland Resources Used: ♫Music By♫ ●DJ Quads – Early – ●Follow DJ Quads –

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