Warnings have been issued over social distancing and possible police intervention after thousands of people in south London have made the most of the warmest day in March for over 50 years.
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Police forces have warned people across the UK that they large crowds gathering in parks will be broken up.
The “exceptionally warm” spell of weather has seen large numbers flock to London parks and green spaces for the three-day mini heatwave starting on Monday and stretching to today (March 31)2021-04-12T09:35:00Z.