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Hipsters are taking over the world (even if no one wants to admit to being one). But is the backlash against them really fair?
There’s a certain irony in the fact that anti-gentrification protesters in London last week opted to fling red paint and insults at a café run by two Belfast brothers.
In a way it’s a measure of how far we have come that the Irish are now being blamed for raising the tone of a London neighbourhood - albeit excessively and to the detriment of the locals - instead of doing the polar...
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