BT is being urged to move a public phone box in Stoke-on-Trent which it's claimed is being used for drug dealing.
The Labour MP for Stoke North, Ruth Smeeth, told the House of Commons today that the synthetic drug Black Mamba is being sold from the booth in Hanley.
She said the telephone company was refusing to close it down because it was making money.
BT says it's aware of the issue and is looking at the situation.
Portland Street in Hanley is being blighted by the sale of Black Mamba. Drugs deals are being done in a BT phone box, conveniently turned away from the CCTV. I've asked BT to move it, the police have asked BT to remove it and the council has asked BT to move it, but because of what they're using it for, it's making money."