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    St Matthew's BBC School Report

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    St Matthew's BBC School Report

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    St Matthew's BBC School Report

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    St Matthew's BBC School Report

Natasha McCabe, 28, dumped a black refuse bag and two boxes in the centre of Oakfield Grove in Gorton. Manchester city council officers discovered the rubbish during a routine patrol on June 1, 2015.Manchester Magistrates’ Court. A search of the rubbish revealed correspondence addressed to McCabe who lived on the she was interviewed and admitted littering. She accepted an £80 Fixed Penalty Notice, but failed to pay and ignored a reminder later so faced a court hearing. She was ordered to pay a £160 fine, plus costs of £139 and a £20 victim of Nigel Murphy, Manchester council’s executive member for neighbourhoods, said: “Littering is an offence committed by a tiny minority of selfish people, whose actions can blight whole neighbourhoods. Mancunians don’t want to see the city’s streets being used as a rubbish dump!

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