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Letter to Government

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Dear Editor, I am writing to you on behalf of your article in this weeks paper I think the curfew is a fantastic idea I am in full support of the Council proposing this great curfew. Where I live under 16's are taking over my neighbourhood me and the other residents in the area are feeling threatend by these gangs of 'yobs' hanging around our area. ...read more.


sex and if the parents of these children could see what I see nearly every night then I'm sure they would be in support with me. As I said before I am scared to go out of my house to go to the shops or to the pub or anywhere! ...read more.


Also if this curfew goes through then once all of the under 16's are indoors then it will make life easier for the police patrolling to catch the proper criminals because they won't have to put up with the cheek and disrespect that they recieve off the under 16's, also the under 16's need to respect the police force and realise that they are trying to protect them but they are just trying to show off in front of friends. ...read more.

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