MPs: Learn from Pilkington case

A cross party committee of MPs is calling for a national standard by which action on anti-social behaviour is triggered.

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Leicester MP suggests measures to help those suffering anti-social behaviour

A Leicester MP is campaigning for more help for people who repeatedly complain about anti-social behaviour.

Leicester East MP Keith Vaz, is recommending a maximum of five complaints before action is taken.

He says the case of Fiona Pilkington from Leicestershire – who took her own life and that of her disabled daughter after years of abuse – should act as a lesson for the future.

Fiona Pilkington had complained to police 33 times.

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