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  • What Soho could look like without the sex
  • What Soho could look like without the sex
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What Soho could look like without the sex

Walker’s Court in Soho still has a seedy, Dickensian charm and red lights in the windows. But a new development is set to change all that. Soho Estates are pushing the prostitutes out and bringing the developers in. But will this latest wave of gentrification be welcome?

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