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'Everyone has seen this story over and over': A Brixton grocer's eviction sparks a gentrification fightback

Independent Saturday, 25 July 2020 ()
When a US developer threatened the existence of Nour Cash & Carry, a south London institution, its customers got organised, writes Adam Satariano
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