'Everyone loathes litter louts': On-the-spot fines for littering and fly-tipping rise to £1,000

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'Everyone loathes litter louts': On-the-spot fines for littering and fly-tipping rise to £1,000

Maximum on-the-spot fines for litter, graffiti, and fly-tipping to increase as part of government's on-going crackdown on waste crime

On-the-spot fines for litter and fly tipping are set to increase to up to £1,000, Environment Minister Rebecca Pow has confirmed in the latest move from the government to crackdown on "cynical and opportunistic"...

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