Pretty comfortable here right under your skin
Never really given much credence to this "newly arrived" concept, because this argument has been going on for years and it's the same group of people complaining about the same other group of people; some of whom have been in Brixton for 20 years. When do they stop being called "newly arrived"? This argument is mirrored in shops; we have right sort of shop which we call "established" and then the wrong kind of shop which attracts any combination of the following: newly arrived, incomer, monied, trust funded etc. Any actual insight on the organisation's financial circumstances are welcomed but seemingly not necessarily a prerequisite for making these judgements. Much like our briefcase carrying gentlemen in the picture; who knows if they are privileged, professionals or newly arrived. I don't. As an aside, I saw a homeless guy in bowler hat recently; despite the headgear, I'm fairly sure he wasn't a toff.