London Soho evacuated again after more World War Two bomb material found

Police evacuated an area of Soho in central London for the second time in two days, after another piece of an unexploded Second World War bomb was found.

Officers set up a second cordon around Dean Street on Tuesday, following the removal of the half-tonne device the night before.

Staff in nearby offices posted further videos of the evacuations on Tuesday.

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Unexploded World War Two bomb sparks evacuation in London's Soho

"It's a little disconcerting that we were allowed back in the building so soon after yesterday, not to mention the fact that it's been there for over 80 years," they added.

Police closed down the areas surrounding Dean Street, including Old Compton Street, Carlisle Place, Bateman Street, Frith Street, Saint Anne's Court and Wardour Street.

Evacuations took place in Dean Street,Richmond Mews, Meard Street and St Anne's Court.

London Soho evacuated again after more WWII bomb material is found picture: Getty Images
More evacuations after WWII bomb material found in London Soho picture: AP