London Borough - Nomenclature

Nomenclature

There are four boroughs which do not use the term "London Borough of" in their names. They are Westminster, which is termed the City of Westminster as it has city status, Kingston upon Thames, Kensington and Chelsea, and (since 2012) Greenwich, which are termed "Royal Borough of", due to their Royal borough status.

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