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Basildon and Harlow) often have a strong cockney influence on local speech.
The Becontree estate near Dagenham in Essex was built by the Corporation of London to house poor residents of London's East End on what was previously a rural area of Essex, and Peter Wright wrote that most of the residents identified as cockneys rather than as Essex folk.There is a maternity unit still in use at the Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel. and it was estimated that the bells would have been heard up to six miles to the east, five miles to the north, three miles to the south, and four miles to the west.According to the legend of Dick Whittington the bells could once be heard from as far away as the Highgate Archway (4.5 miles north).Linguistic research conducted in the early 2010s suggests that today, certain elements of cockney English are declining in usage within the East End of London and the accent has migrated to Outer London and the Home Counties.In London's East End, some traditional features of cockney have been displaced by a Jamaican Creole-influenced variety popular among young Londoners (sometimes referred to as "Jafaican"), particularly, though far from exclusively, those of Afro-Caribbean descent.21 Thunder Absolutely Canadian Alias Grace ANNE Baroness von Sketch Show Becoming Canadian Bellevue Bondi Vet Burden of Truth Canada Writes Canada: The Story Of Us Caught CBC Breaking Barriers Film Fund CBC Docs POV CBC Music Backstage Pass Coronation Street Crash Gallery Crawford Dragons’ Den Exhibitionists Extraordinary Canadians Frankie Drake Mysteries Grand Designs Halifax Comedy Festival Heartland Hello Goodbye Interrupt This Program Intervention Canada Just for Laughs Keeping Canada Safe Kim’s Convenience Land and Sea Little Dog Maamuitaau Mr.
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The study, funded by the Economic and Social Research Council, said that the accent, which has been around for more than 500 years, is being replaced in London by a new hybrid language.
"Cockney in the East End is now transforming itself into Multicultural London English, a new, melting-pot mixture of all those people living here who learnt English as a second language", Prof Kerswill said.
The closest maternity units would be the City of London Maternity Hospital, Finsbury Square, but this hospital was bombed out during the World War II Blitz, and St Bartholomew's Hospital (or Barts), whose maternity department closed in the late 1980s.
The East London Maternity Hospital in Stepney, which was 2.5 miles from St Mary-le-Bow, was in use from 1884 to 1968.
Nevertheless, the glottal stop, double negatives, and the vocalisation of the dark L (and other features of cockney speech), along with some rhyming slang terms are still in common usage.