Bradford locals have dubbed the city ‘lawless’ after it was voted among the worst places to live in England.
The West Yorkshire city was savaged in an online poll released last week as being rife with drug crime and career criminals.
Despite boasting a university and stunning city centre architecture, some locals said the best thing they could say about the place was how quickly you could get to Leeds and Manchester.
In the shadow of the grade II listed 19th Century city hall – recently visited by King Charles – people can be seen openly drinking booze and taking drugs.
And in the city’s notorious Holme Wood housing estate, locals said bus and taxi drivers daren’t venture down certain streets for fear of attacks from feckless youths
Read more: Locals dub Bradford ‘lawless’ and reveal bus and taxi drivers AVOID certain streets for fear of attacks – as the city is voted among the worst places to live in England for being rife with crime