Leeds village’s fury over ‘Big Brother’ CCTV tactics

One of the cameras on Rakehill Road in Scholes.

One of the cameras on Rakehill Road in Scholes.

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A ‘big brother’ row has erupted in a Leeds village where residents are fighting housing development plans.

People living in Scholes, east Leeds, woke on Thursday morning to find CCTV-style cameras had gone up without warning on seven local roads.

The cameras were fixed to lamp-posts and telegraph poles in Rakehill Road, Milton Drive, Lyndhurst Road, Elmete Avenue, Oaklea Road, Main Street and Station Road.

 

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