Photographer Paul Trevor has been documenting the East End for over 25 years. This new book of black-and-white close-ups, made spontaneously on the streets of east London, capture Britain’s perennial social divide. They contrast the people in The City – London’s money market – with those in the nearby street market of Brick Lane. Paul Trevor shot these images between 1977 and 1992 – but mostly in the '80s, provoked by Thatcherism and a polarized debate on market forces vs community values. The imagery is as fresh and relevant today as it was then.