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  • London private members club controlled by an app
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London private members club controlled by an app

London is well known for its members’ clubs. White’s, Brooks's and the Athenaeum conjure images of priceless oil paintings and terrifying wine lists. But these locations are becoming increasingly diverse. Now, an exclusive club in London is opening where everything is operated via an app.

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