Turning ‘anti-homeless’ spikes into something more comfortable

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Turning ‘anti-homeless’ spikes into something more comfortable

Few can forget the public outcry after pictures emerged of anti-homeless spikes placed outside private flats on Southwark Bridge Road. 

Well they're not the only spikes dotted around the capital. 

In fact in the last few years there's been a rise with many installed by shops, offices and councils. 

But now a group of artists are taking a stand turning some in east London into beds and even a mini library. 

Leah Borromeo from 'Space, Not Spikes' joined London Live to explain more. 

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