11/02/2013

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Duration: 29 minutes

Mark Ashdown reveals how millions of pounds of parking tickets handed out in the capital could have been issued illegally. Victoria Hollins goes behind the scenes of a controversial scheme that befriends paedophiles to stop them reoffending. And - Tim Donovan meets London's unsung heroes who helped end apartheid in South Africa.

  • Parking fines

    Parking signs in London

    Almost 350,000 parking fines - totalling an estimated £23m - may have been unlawfully issued to motorists in London, a BBC Inside Out London investigation has found.

     

    Read the full story on the BBC News website.

  • 'Illegal' parking fines?

    Parking cones

    Almost 350,000 parking fines - totalling an estimated £23m - may have been unlawfully issued to motorists in London, a BBC investigation has found.

     

    BBC London's Marc Ashdown spoke to parking campaigner Barrie Segal and specialist motoring lawyer Neil Davies.

     

    Watch the video feature on the BBC News website.

  • Would you befriend a paedophile?

    Child

    Would you spend time with a child sex offender if this made them less likely to reoffend?

     

    Under the Circles of Support and Accountability programme, members of the public volunteer to befriend recently released paedophiles.

     

    Read the full story on the BBC News website.

Credits

Presenter
Matthew Wright
Reporter
Tim Donovan

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