Yep. When I first moved to London Notting Hill and Islington were places where you watched your back after dark.London changes all the time. The area of South London where I live has done the exact reverse of the DT article in roughly the same time frame. 10 years ago my street was rough and run down and now it's all very "Homes and Garden" with award winning gastro pub at the end of the road. As I say London changes all the time - in a funny sort of way I felt their was more community spirit before my patch was gentrified!
Agreed but unfortunately that was entire point of the term in the first place. To stifle debate about ethnic self interest which all other countries do apart from, oh yes white countries. It's a bloodless genocide. Take Sweden for example. It has one of the highest rape statistics in the WORLD, committed almost exclusively by muslim immigrants yet even now very few swedes will openly oppose the flood.
Until these middle class hand-wringers separate 'immigration' from 'racism' we cannot even have the debate about immigration.