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CanningTownWA 9:34 Fri Jun 28
Essex: how a county became a caricature
https://www.theguardian.com/news/2019/jun/27/the-invention-of-essex-how-a-county-became-a-caricature

A long read

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Gavros 5:18 Fri Jul 5
Re: Essex: how a county became a caricature
"HAUSE"

Block 5:18 Fri Jul 5
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Fuck no, she's way too good looking.

Gavros 5:09 Fri Jul 5
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Bolt0 = Kirstie Allsop.

Block 5:04 Fri Jul 5
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Gavvy = Phil Spencer

JAC 5:03 Fri Jul 5
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Can't understand why people would want to live in inner London,especially if you have kids.I know not all of it is rubbish but surely for quality of life for you and your family you would want to move to the suberbs.
Granted,some pockets of London are nice and safe but I would hate it worrying every time my kids went out and not 100% sure they would come back in one pioece.

I was born and bred in East Ham and lived there till 1988...I don't miss it .

Essex is fine but the ferral rats are slowly making their way east.

Northern Sold 4:48 Fri Jul 5
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Right got ya... so this £1.8m are not part of the average price structure in Camden then??

Gavros 4:30 Fri Jul 5
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the poverty is on the estates, soldo, as i pointed out before.

these are places that you or I dont see when we go there.

Hammer and Pickle 4:29 Fri Jul 5
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Southend is about 10% cheaper than round my way, then.

Northern Sold 4:29 Fri Jul 5
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I'm not denying that Gavvy you mupp'... i'm going on your statement of....

`Its amazing really that some of the most deprived areas are in places like Camden and Islington`.


I'm trying to work out what is exactly deprived about camden?? Is it the occasional craft beer can that finds itself in the canal??

Gavros 4:24 Fri Jul 5
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Last year most property sales in Camden involved flats which sold for on average £816,005. Terraced properties sold for an average price of £1,888,277

Last year most property sales in Southend-On-Sea involved flats which sold for on average £193,817. Semi-detached properties sold for an average price of £343,473, while terraced properties fetched £268,703

Source: Rightmove.

Northern Sold 4:17 Fri Jul 5
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`Its amazing really that some of the most deprived areas are in places like Camden and Islington`.


Camden??? You shitting me?? Not obviously around the lock then??

Gavros 4:15 Fri Jul 5
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Even in 2011 I didnt see much problem for the average person. It was only shops that were getting raided (which of course is bad but at least they should have had insurance).

White people might like to fret about black violence buy 99 times out of 100 theyre killing their own.

What I do agree with and what has been totally ignored is that successive governments havent helped the first generations of hard working immigrants from the west indies instill the same in their children and even more so grandchildren. Its quite shocking to be frank.

Block 4:14 Fri Jul 5
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Gavros, you'd have to pay me to live in Hackney.

Absolute shit pit.

the last eastender 4:11 Fri Jul 5
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Yes Gavros Islington was like that long before Hackney.
Its an explosive mix IMO and I dont want to live anywhere near it.
We see how easily it can boil over in 2011 wothout all the usual daily mugging and stabbing

Gavros 4:09 Fri Jul 5
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I don't much care. none of these gangs ever bother me. its a bit of a two system society in inner London now, the kids on the estates and middle class people living in Victorian housing. Its amazing really that some of the most deprived areas are in places like Camden and Islington.

the last eastender 4:06 Fri Jul 5
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Gavros

In all honesty though hackney still has a massive gang and crime problem.
Its not like the problem has all shifted to Essex or Havering, yes some of it has but much of it is still in Hackney.
Ditto brixton harlesden and all the other "up and coming" areas.

Gavros 4:01 Fri Jul 5
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True. Loads of posh totty there now.

Its great!

Far Cough 4:00 Fri Jul 5
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Hackney is full of CUNTS

Gavros 3:33 Fri Jul 5
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You cant afford to live in hackney, Bolto, so that's a moot point.

Block 3:26 Fri Jul 5
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Rather live in Essex than fucking HACKNEY.

Gavros 3:11 Fri Jul 5
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London overspill has been heading into Essex since the 1940s.

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