Investigating the world of ticket targeting. Tim Arnold asks if high rents are in danger of destroying Soho's bohemian soul. Wendy Hurrell visits a new wildlife park.
With one motorist being hit with a parking ticket every four seconds, reporter Keith Doyle investigates the murky world of ticket targeting. He meets traffic wardens who reveal the dirty tricks they play on motorists to meet quotas. Musician Tim Arnold asks if high rents are in danger of destroying Soho's bohemian soul. And - Wendy Hurrell visits the new wildlife park built on 50 years of the capital's rubbish.
Inside Out investigates claims that traffic wardens have given out "dodgy" parking tickets to meet quotas set by councils in London.
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|Series Producer||Andy Richards|