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The night tubes in London are starting sooner than you think

No more night buses? Praise the lord.

The night tubes in London are starting sooner than you think

Attention all serial night bus sufferers: your plight may soon be over.

According to reports, London's all-night Tube service could begin as early as this August.

While solid details haven't yet been revealed, it is thought that Transport for London have drawn up plans to help us all make our boozy way home by the summer.

At first you'll only be able to travel at night through the Jubilee and Victoria lines on Fridays and Saturdays, but by September the full service should be available on all other lines.

TFL announced the long-awaited plans in 2014 amidst controversy and strike action from tube workers and, additionally, look set to implement the service on the London Overground (2017) and Docklands Light Railway (2021).

And if this year's Notting Hill Carnival was anything to go by, these early morning carriages are sure to be packed full of drink, dancing and endless celebration.

Or, y'know, people falling asleep on piles of doner meat. Either's good.

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