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'Zero tolerance on ghetto grammar'


The writer and broadcaster Lindsay Johns says street language is part of the problem of unrest and unemployment among Britain's youth.

Mr Johns and Michael Williams, who was given support by a south London mentoring scheme, discuss whether communication could be the key to the UK's social problems.

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