Police in England and Wales now have the authority to bar people from town centers for up to 48 hours if they believe those persons will cause alcohol related crimes or disorder. They can issue those orders to people who have not had any alcohol if they believe those people are going to drink. Those who refuse to leave can be arrested and faces fines of up to £2,500.
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