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20 mph in residential areas, dognapping and khat

3 hours
First broadcast:
Wednesday 23 January 2013

Parts of St Albans city centre are being used as a pilot scheme for a 20 mph speed restriction.

Our reporter Justin Dealey is there this morning and Iain hears your views.

  • Dognapping


    It's feared dognapping is on the rise in Beds, Herts and Bucks.

    According to the charity Dog Lost up to eight dogs go missing every day in the South East.

    Our reporter Sophie Sulehria meets Trisa Lambourne at her home in Buckinghamshire.

    Her two black Labradors were stolen from the kennels outside her house.

  • Khat

    A decision will be made today on the classification of the drug khat.

    The leaves are chewed to achieve a "high" and can be bought here for as little as three pounds a bunch.

    Iain talks to Terry Baines from the Fishermead Residents Association in Milton Keynes where the Somali community use the legal drug.



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