'Choose Love' asks Londoners to walk a mile in the shoes of refugees

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'Choose Love' asks Londoners to walk a mile in the shoes of refugees

Londoners have been urged to walk a mile in the shoes of some of the capital's refugees - as the 'Choose Love' campaign returns.

Previously backed by the likes of Banksy and Julia Roberts - the latest drive includes an immersive experience in Soho, to give people a chance to hear accounts from those forced to leave their home countries.

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