Berkeley Square is unusually quiet. At 10 a.m. on a sunny Tuesday in early June, the place is as sleepy as a village green. There’s little to no traffic, and from the sidewalk on its eastern side, I can see just seven people: a personal trainer and his charge, a middle-aged man in boxing gloves; and others.
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