Campaign to ban drug deal phone boxes

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Campaign to ban drug deal phone boxes

The new BT "smart" telephone boxes which provide Londoners with free calls, ultra-fast wifi and phone-charging are being criticised for facilitating drug dealing and anti-social behaviour. 1000 of the touchscreen InLink kiosks are set to replace traditional booths across the UK but Tower Hamlets council is on a mission to stop this because the Mayor of the Borough believes they attract illegal activity. Katie Pilbeam reports in the studio.

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