The Great Inversion

The Economist reports that LONDON is turning inside out. That, anyway, is roughly the argument of a couple of pieces they published recently. Just as affluent young professionals seem to be staying in the inner-city longer, turning places such as Dalston (in Hackney) and Peckham (in Southwark) into hipster enclaves, so too are the outer suburbs getting poorer, as people who cannot afford inner-London rents are pushed further out.

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