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London, UK. 18th December 2018. A speaker from Berlin community centre and pub Syndikat at the protest with London Renters Union outside the London offices of their landlord, Global Real Estate Investors Limited, owned by the secretive Pears brothers, three of the richest men in the UK, who through various "letterbox" companies own around 6200 properties in Berlin, against notice to quit after being open for 33 years in Berlin-Neukölln. Credit: Peter Marshall/Alamy Live News

London, UK. 18th December 2018. A speaker from Berlin community centre and pub Syndikat at the protest with London Renters Union outside the London offices of their landlord, Global Real Estate Investors Limited, owned by the secretive Pears brothers, three of the richest men in the UK, who through various "letterbox" companies own around 6200 properties in Berlin, against notice to quit after being open for 33 years in Berlin-Neukölln. Credit: Peter Marshall/Alamy Live News Stock Photo
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Peter Marshall / Alamy Stock Photo

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4000 x 2656 px | 33.9 x 22.5 cm | 13.3 x 8.9 inches | 300dpi

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18 December 2018

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London, UK. 18th December 2018. A speaker from Berlin community centre and pub Syndikat at the protest with London Renters Union outside the London offices of their landlord, Global Real Estate Investors Limited, owned by the secretive Pears brothers, three of the richest men in the UK, who through various "letterbox" companies own around 6200 properties in Berlin, against notice to quit after being open for 33 years in Berlin-Neukölln. As well as their property company the Pears brothers also own the Pears Foundation, "an independent, British family foundation, rooted in Jewish values, that takes £15-20 million of private money every year and invests it in good causes. The protest follows those in Berlin, including at the Pears office there and the British Embassy, also thought to be owned by Pears. Peter Marshall/Alamy Live News

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