Breaking News: WWII bomb closes London City Airport Today's News

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The discovery of a Second World War bomb in the King George V dock over the weekend has led to a closure of the London City Airport.

The Metropolitan Police have set up an exclusion zone. As a result, passengers have been advised not to travel to the airport until further notice and to contact their respective airlines if they are booked to travel from London City Airport today, Monday, February 12.

The airport is co-operating fully with the MET police, Royal Navy, and the London Borough of Newham.

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