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Sticky Aberdeen the new Birmingham?

by Tom Morton

A BERDEEN: Granite City. Oiltown. A place where Porsches and Range Rovers are driven by the merely middle class, property costs are wildly out of control and wealthy high-fashion outfits abound at ‘Energy Balls’ and other charitable events for the well-heeled and the almost dressed.

Fittie, the ‘planned’ fishertown of tiny cottages
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