Published: 08 July 2015 by: Ginny Cumming

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It’s only taken 152 years, but the London Underground is finally opening a Night Tube service.

Well, for five lines, anyway. On Friday and Saturday nights only. But it’s still brilliant and will make nights out in London easier and cheaper – not to mention longer. From the early hours of 12 September, all stops on the Jubilee and Victoria lines will be served, as well as most stops on the Central, Northern and Piccadilly lines. And as the UK introduced 24-hour drinking laws back in 2005, you know there’ll be plenty of places open for a fun (long) night out.

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