Police in London don't want any more InLink kiosks until the company gets a grip on drug-dealing calls. Councils can't take that into account for now but they can refuse these planning applications anyway.
Central government for England is proposing to make it harder to get planning permission for new phoneboxes. I'm supporting that.
Police in London are using facial recognition cameras on Christmas shoppers. How does this change the way public space is experienced and regulated?
The surveillance kiosk company has applied for full planning permission everywhere else. So why not in Kingston?
The lead company behind the new BT InLink UK kiosks is keen to distance itself from Google. But what's the real connection between them and the internet giant?