The high street’s death came early to disadvantaged communities

Saturday 9th February 2019

Tony Breslin Speaking

In a letter published in The Guardian Tony Breslin reflects on how current concerns over the death of the High Street have come too late for many of our poorest areas, including Harlesden in North West London where he witnessed the exit of several major retailers in the 1980s.

Read the article in The Guardian HERE.

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