No concrete examples of anti-social behaviour

East London and West Essex Guardian Series: No concrete examples of anti-social behaviour No concrete examples of anti-social behaviour

Having had unproven allegations of anti-social behaviour caused by Christian Kitchen's activities refuted in 2013, Cllr Robbins has another go at justifying the decision to evict them, and in doing so contradicts himself (Guardian, March 6). 

First he ‘in no way’ blames Christian Kitchen for anti-social behaviour, but then alleges that the soup kitchen is a ‘contributory cause’. Which is it, Cllr Robbins? Where are the concrete examples?

I may of course have a failing memory and have forgotten the 'many' reports of anti-social behaviour covered in the Waltham Forest Guardian, which I read every week.

If anti-social behaviour, which cannot be attributed to Christian Kitchen's soup run, is a serious concern in the area, I suggest the following: shut down immediately the council's propaganda publication, and earmark the amount saved annually for extra policing in Mission Grove.

Glynne Williams, Third Avenue, Walthamstow

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