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Introduction: Issue 229 7 Apr 2011

Enforcers 21: The problem with populist measures

Deniz Huseyin

Under the Protection of the Freedoms Bill, the clamping and towing away of vehicles on private land in England and Wales is due to be outlawed next year.

At first glance, this appears to be a good idea. After all, over the years a compelling body of evidence has built up showing how clamping companies use intimidating tactics, including obstructing vehicles and forcing drivers to pay extortionate charges. It was clear that something urgently had to be done to halt these tactics. But, as the...

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