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Description: Recent decades brought the "Swinging 60s," when London became the world's capital of popular culture; the economic crises of the s; and the Thatcher Era of the s, when the Greater London Council GLC was abolished, leaving the city with no metropolitan government. Its first squares, including Covent Garden and Leicester Square, added new elegance to the fashionable parts of town. London draws the international attention of the sports world every June when the Wimbledon matches are held, and horse racing remains a popular spectator sport although Londoners must travel to such venues as Epsom Downs and Ascot as the city's last race-course closed in Queen Elizabeth II b.