Regulators have raided nearly 400 suspected pirate radio setups in London over the last two years, the Standard can reveal.
Figures released by Ofcom in response to a Freedom of Information request show nearly a quarter of the raids took place in Haringey, north London, while 90 resulted in equipment being seized.
Lambeth, south London, was the next biggest offender, with more than 50 raids on suspected pirates between April 2013 and March this year.
The communications regulator says internet radio and the introduction of community broadcasting licences have taken away some of the incentive for pirates to broadcast.
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(Source: London Evening Standard)