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descr share of violence in the past few years, but with Scotland Yard deploying over 6,500 officers onto the streets to police the festivities, (See Old Newsletters) the carnival remained peaceful. Party-goers and carnival participants alike were defiant about earlier suggestions that the event should have been cancelled after the recent trouble across many parts of the UK.
descr2 test data share of violence in the past few years, but with Scotland Yard deploying over 6,500 officers onto the streets to police the festivities, the carnival remained peaceful. Party-goers and carnival participants alike were defiant about earlier suggestions that the event should have been cancelled after the recent trouble across many parts of the UK. goers and carnival participants alike were defiant about earlier suggestions that the event should have been cancelled after the recent trouble across many parts of the UK.
share of violence in the past few years, but with Scotland Yard deploying over 6,500 officers onto the streets to police the festivities, the carnival remained peaceful. Party-goers and carnival participants alike were defiant about earlier suggestions that the event should have been cancelled after the recent trouble across many parts of the UK. Twitter users who had been at the carnival took to the social networking site to share their positive experiences of the weekend, with many saying that the event had restored their faith in London. Crowds gather in Notting Hill (Picture: Getty) One party-goer tweeted: 'Carnival peaceful, happy so far. Enormous police presence, extensive stop and search. Prime danger being deafened by Vuvuzela.' The event's co-director Christopher Boothman had urged people to 'come early, enjoy themselves and go home safely' if they planned to attend the carnival. The Notting Hill Carnival first took place in West London in 1964 and has become a lucrative bank holiday weekend event that generates tens of millions of pounds for the London economy since then. Read more: http://www.metro.co.uk/news/873811-notting-hill-carnival-attracts-revelers-as-the-event-goes-off-without-a-hitch#ixzz1WRUtimGF
The Notting Hill Carnival first took place in West London in 1964 and has become a lucrative bank holiday weekend event that generates tens of millions of pounds for the London economy since then. The Notting Hill Carnival first took place in West London in 1964 and has become a lucrative bank holiday weekend event that generates tens of millions of pounds for the London economy since then. London in 1964 and has become a lucrative bank holiday weekend event that generates tens of millions of pounds for the London economy since then.


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