Police preventing party businesses

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Police preventing party businesses
17th October 2014

Venues in some of the capital's busiest party and dining destinations have accused police of damaging business.
In their bid to tackle anti-social behaviour, they have been criticised of trying to close pubs, clubs and restaurants early, bringing down profits for local businesses.
The local businesses as angry over being put under pressure to lock up at midnight, despite having licenses until 1am.
To discuss this issue is bar owner, Alan Miller, and former Superintendent at the Metropolitan Police Leroy Logan.

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