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London pass better in crowded july than standing in lines?

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My dilemma... I am going to London in what I understand to be the very crowded month of July. Is it better to buy the London pass to avoid what I'm sure will be long lines even though I'm only interested in the following sites-
Westminster Abbey, St. Paul's Cathedral, "Royal Portrait" Museum(can't remember name!), Hampton Court, Tower of London, London Dungeon (maybe), Madame Tussauds (maybe), Kensington Palace, London Eye. I will be paying more overall for the Pass, but is is worth it for the convenience?
One more question. I will be there for 5 days, what order should i do things? I would also like to see Notting Hill,Soho, do the Thames cruise and shopping on Oxford and bond street and a pub crawl!) Thanks so much for any input!

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