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  • Pensioners stay in London for retirement
  • Pensioners stay in London for retirement
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Pensioners stay in London for retirement

A new generation of pensioners are forgoing the cliché of living in quiet seaside towns for the hustle and bustle of city life. Rather than selling up their London pads and moving south, they are embracing the 'retirement nirvana' that's right on their doorsteps.



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