21 November 2020
Tamils across London are showcasing their unity by flying the Tamil Eelam flag outside homes and businesses in the build-up to Maaveerar Naal, which takes place on 27 November.
The move, which has been repeated annually in recent years, is reflective of the unity of the British Tamil diaspora as they have sought ways to commemorate the fallen despite large commemorations being curtailed by COVID-19 restrictions.
The flags have been erected by various Tamil-owned businesses across London.
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