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September 03, 2008


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"And London is the home of inequality."

Which is another way of saying that it is home to both rich and poor. Would it be better if it was only one or the other? I say this as no fan of inequality by the way - I just think that in an unequal society I'd rather have the rich and the poor more mixed together in places like today's London than segregated into entirely separate areas.

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