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High-density London: past, present and future

Published on Sunday 22nd of January 2017 10:02:21 AM in Guardian

High and rising population density is routinely associated with poverty and squalor and the miseries of distant shanty towns. When, in early 2015, the number of people living in Greater London officially surpassed its previous all time high of 8.6 million, reached just before the war, ...

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