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We spent a night on the first ever Night Tube service

It’s here.

For the first time in its 153-year history, the London Underground has its own after hours subway service. A service delayed by months of protracted negotiations, of tedious strikes, of union heel-dragging and BoJo posturing, has finally arrived.

I rode the debut Night Tube service (New Year’s Eve extensions aside) for six hours to ask that question burning in the heart of all Londoners: What's it like?

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