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London has recently come under fire for being too bourgeois. Too cut off from much of its population. And while this may be partly true, Londoners know how to adapt to all sorts of constraints. Like constant bad weather, for example. And they know how to turn their complaints into their favorite subject to talk about with their favorite server at their favorite bar. Because of the changing real estate, the hub of the city is always in flux. Right now, things are moving East towards Canary Wharf and Hackney, or south to Clapham. Next year, things will probably be different. But one things for sure, London will always know how to fight back.