Super-strength alcohol 'ban' cutting street problems

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A police campaign in Suffolk to discourage shops and pubs from selling super-strength beer, lager and cider is being considered by other forces.

In Ipswich, police say the scheme, which has been running for six months, has cut drink-related street crime by almost 50%.

Ben Schofield reports.

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