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Are inner city/black areas still worthy of investment? watch

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    Because the most downtrodden people I come across tend to be whites in council housed areas of small market towns. Even quite posh places like Tetbury seem to have a crisis with white working/benefit class people.
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    (Original post by TheMoralCleanse)
    Because the most downtrodden people I come across tend to be whites in council housed areas of small market towns. Even quite posh places like Tetbury seem to have a crisis with white working/benefit class people.
    The poorest places are statistically Muslim areas for the most part. The reason most poor people are white is because 87% of the country is white.

    To answer your question, London is a good example of how you can improve the inner and outer suburbs and draw wealthier people to them.
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    No not really.
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    Sadly no.
 
 
 
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