The grass courtyard in front of the former Royal Mint building in London. Photo: Hilary Clarke The grass courtyard in front of the former Royal Mint building in London. Photo: Hilary Clarke
The grass courtyard in front of the former Royal Mint building in London. Photo: Hilary Clarke
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Tiananmen Square in London? UK council seeks to rename streets near Chinese embassy’s new site

  • The council of Tower Hamlets borough has backed a motion to rename streets nearby the area to ‘call out the CCP’s human rights violations’
  • The move is the latest controversy to surround the site, where the Royal Mint was formerly located and where thousands of Bubonic Plague victims may be buried

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The grass courtyard in front of the former Royal Mint building in London. Photo: Hilary Clarke The grass courtyard in front of the former Royal Mint building in London. Photo: Hilary Clarke
The grass courtyard in front of the former Royal Mint building in London. Photo: Hilary Clarke
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