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Suspect Laws

by | 9th, June 2005

‘IN light of the Government’s drive to clean up so-called yob Britain, we wonder if throwing up in the street now constitutes a breach of the new anti-littering rules.

‘You can’t sleep it off there, son it’s a ‘no waiting’ zone’

Picture the scene. Your head is slunk low between your knees. A traffic warden steps up. He considers you. He looks at the pile of regurgitated alcopop and kebab on the ground. He mentally links the two. He slaps a £50 fixed penalty notice on your pale and sweaty forehead.

It’s a grim prospect. And it could be worse yet if you dare to vomit on a set of double yellow lines. And don’t even think about hitting the red route.

But while we’re digesting that, the Government has moved onto Phase II of it master plan, and today announces that police are to be given the power to ban people from

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