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All the chats in Greater London

  1. Free chat in London
  2. Free chat in Islington
  3. Free chat in City of Westminster
  4. Free chat in Sutton
  5. Free chat in Croydon
  6. Free chat in Dagenham
  7. Free chat in Enfield Town
  8. Free chat in Romford
  9. Free chat in Wembley
  10. Free chat in Beckenham
  11. Free chat in Purley
  12. Free chat in Southall
  13. Free chat in Barking
  14. Free chat in Acton
  15. Free chat in Hayes
  16. Free chat in Mitcham
  17. Free chat in Morden
  18. Free chat in Carshalton
  19. Free chat in Welling
  20. Free chat in Surbiton
  21. Free chat in Greenford
  22. Free chat in Ruislip
  23. Free chat in Camden
  24. Free chat in Northolt
  25. Free chat in Coulsdon
  26. Free chat in Blackheath
  27. Free chat in Feltham
  28. Free chat in Woodford Green
  29. Free chat in Hadley Wood
  30. Free chat in Isleworth
  31. Free chat in Chislehurst
  32. Free chat in Chessington
  33. Free chat in Pinner
  34. Free chat in Hook
  35. Free chat in Hampton
  36. Free chat in Harringay
  37. Free chat in Earlsfield
  38. Free chat in Orpington
  39. Free chat in Thornton Heath
  40. Free chat in West Wickham
  41. Free chat in Biggin Hill
  42. Free chat in Abbey Wood
  43. Free chat in Brixton Hill
  44. Free chat in West Drayton
  45. Free chat in Belsize Park
  46. Free chat in Brentford
  47. Free chat in Harrow on the Hill
  48. Free chat in Sidcup
  49. Free chat in Kingston upon Thames
  50. Free chat in Barnsbury
Greater London

Greater London is a high-level administrative subdivision covering the city of London, England, one of the nine regions of England and has the rank of a ceremonial county. The administrative area of ​​Greater London is composed of 32 London boroughs, including Westminster, but excluding the City, generically known as London, the capital of the United Kingdom. It covers an area of ​​1579 km² and has an approximate population of 8,100,000 people. Since 1965, it has been divided into two zones, inland London, composed of twelve municipalities, and outside London, composed of twenty municipalities. Since 2000, the region is administered by the Greater London Authority and has a mayor of London, controlled by the London Assembly. The status of Greater London is somewhat unusual.

It is officially classified as a ceremonial county, but at the same time it is one of the nine official regions of England. It is the only region in England with a broad power, an elected regional assembly and a high-level elected also by direct election. It should not be confused with the metropolitan area of ​​London, defined in terms of geographic models.


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