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Homeless repellant in Paris

 
May 19th 2009
 
If you think some London boroughs operate a tough-love policy to the homeless, just be thankful you don't live a the Argenteuil district of Paris. In this part of the French capital, the mayor was considering using a repellant spray to remove the homeless. But the mayor of Argenteuil has been forced to abandon plans to spray the bedding-down sites of local homeless with non-toxic repellent, which drives people away with its sickening smell, after an outcry by human rights activists and opposition politicians. Mayor Georges Mothron ordered the use of 'Maladore' over the Summer, but municipal workers refused to use it against the homeless populace, ruining his plans.
 
 
 

September 2007

 

Contents

Still counting...

Tent City Hall

We are two

The City feels Operation Poncho

Pele's arms stolen

Staffordshire fire claims two

Stabbing in SW1

Homeless code in the City

Police homeless in Highlands

Byte Night

The Pavement meets Simon Hughes, MP

Inequality for homosexual homeless

Shed life

Homeless repellant in Paris

Ten Feet Away festival

The Good Hostel Guide

Putting methadone into perspective

 

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