‘Night in’ protests continue as concerns over spiking cases grow | ITV News

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ITV News published this video item, entitled “‘Night in’ protests continue as concerns over spiking cases grow | ITV News” – below is their description.

Tonight marks the biggest night of the protests we highlighted in yesterday’s programme, against the current surge in “spiking”.

Young people in towns and cities across the UK are being urged to join the “night in” campaign, and stay away from bars and nightclubs – the kind of places where attacks have become more prevalent.

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