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Litter fines issued by private companies have gone over 200,000 a year for the first time, analysis shows.

People living in an areas where councils employ 'private litter police' were found to be 19 times more likely to be fined than if their councils used their own litter wardens.

A study from the Manifesto Club campaign group found that the number of fines issued by private contractors has increased six fold since 2011/12 from 18,690 fines to more than 200,000.

This works out at more than 4,000 a week.

The Manifesto Club surveyed all 347 councils in England and Wales, receiving answers from 305 using Freedom of Information legislation for the study, which is published on Monday.

It found that...

Litter fines issued by private companies have gone over 200,000 a year for the first time, analysis shows.

People living in an areas where councils employ 'private litter police' were found to be 19 times more likely to be fined than if their councils used their own litter wardens.

A study from the Manifesto Club campaign group found that the number of fines issued by private contractors has increased six fold since 2011/12 from 18,690 fines to more than 200,000.

This works out at more than 4,000 a week.

The Manifesto Club surveyed all 347 councils in England and Wales, receiving answers from 305 using Freedom of Information legislation for the study, which is published on Monday.

It found that...

Litter fines issued by private companies have gone over 200,000 a year for the first time, analysis shows.

People living in an areas where councils employ 'private litter police' were found to be 19 times more likely to be fined than if their councils used their own litter wardens.

A study from the Manifesto Club campaign group found that the number of fines issued by private contractors has increased six fold since 2011/12 from 18,690 fines to more than 200,000.

This works out at more than 4,000 a week.

The Manifesto Club surveyed all 347 councils in England and Wales, receiving answers from 305 using Freedom of Information legislation for the study, which is published on Monday.

It found that...

Litter fines issued by private companies have gone over 200,000 a year for the first time, analysis shows.

People living in an areas where councils employ 'private litter police' were found to be 19 times more likely to be fined than if their councils used their own litter wardens.

A study from the Manifesto Club campaign group found that the number of fines issued by private contractors has increased six fold since 2011/12 from 18,690 fines to more than 200,000.

This works out at more than 4,000 a week.

The Manifesto Club surveyed all 347 councils in England and Wales, receiving answers from 305 using Freedom of Information legislation for the study, which is published on Monday.

It found that...