One of them is right near Martim Moniz which is one of the major central squares. It's just round the corner from one of Lisbon's biggest police stations which is kind of amazing. The way it works is the actual seller is up a narrow alley amongst a warren of alleys and they have look-outs at all the entrances to that bit who can see quite far, like they will be able to give a warning when the police are minutes away I imagine, if they shout then the guy can escape into this maze of alleys, and, I reckon, into several of the houses there. I dunno how much they have on them but presumably there is some thought there about carrying below the limit for certain categories of crimes - though it does always look to me as though they have an awful lot so maybe they are so confident they can't be caught they can ignore that. I find it quite interesting to think about how they do this and why it is so difficult for the police to stop them. There are loads of airbnbs and stuff nearby, I wouldn't be surprised if that ends up being a bigger problem and that spot gets gentrified out of existence eventually. Or at least has to move to a new location.
Can you give an example of something you think used to be a left-wing value but is now more important to the right?
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Bird charity becomes the latest victim of the Scunthorpe Problem: