Politics and Policy

By William Eichler | October 20, 2017

Councils call for ‘hard-hitting fines’ as fly-tipping incidents pass one million

Councils call for ‘hard-hitting fines’ as fly-tipping incidents pass one million

Councils call for more powers to hand out ‘hard-hitting fines’ to fly-tippers as figures reveal local authorities dealt with one million incidents last year.

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