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04/03/2010

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This comment by Gordon Brown is particularly genius, "..they probably don’t have to walk home or take the night bus on their own at the end of a night out. For the rest of us, for ordinary hard working, decent people, the evidence is clear: CCTV reduces the fear of crime and anti-social behaviour”.

Two things here Gordon, 1st when was the last time you took the night bus home?

2nd, so basically what you're saying is that anyone that doesn't support CCTV is a weird unemployed decadent?

I have a job and I refuse to comment on the other two. ;-)

Hmmm...the arguments for this level of surveillance are, as seemingly they will always be, thin at best. It seems incredible to me that we've strolled into this without any real evidence to back up it's effectiveness.

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