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Fears of Banksy Spy Booth work removal

26 June 2014 Last updated at 14:10 BST

An artwork by the street artist Banksy could be removed from its location and sold off, local residents have warned.

Spy Booth, which depicts three spies snooping on a telephone box, appeared on a house in Hewlett Road in April - three miles away from the government listening post, GCHQ.

On Wednesday, a specialist firm - used to remove a piece by the artist in North London - erected scaffolding around the work.

Scott Ellis reports from Cheltenham.

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