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Wardens to get police powers in anti-litter fight

Environment officers on duty. They will be able to crack down on offenders by issuing �50 fixed penalty notices when they have the same powers as police officers to ask for names and addresses. Picture: Neil Hanna

Environment officers on duty. They will be able to crack down on offenders by issuing �50 fixed penalty notices when they have the same powers as police officers to ask for names and addresses. Picture: Neil Hanna

  • by JEREMY WATSON
 

COUNCIL wardens are to be given stronger powers to crack down on offenders who discard litter on the nation’s streets.

 

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