Inside UK city's most crime-ridden area with fights, drugs and canalside sex

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Terrified residents have seen shirtless men brawling in the street and drug users leaving blood splattered on the pavement in Piccadilly Basin, Manchester's "gang hotspot" and one of the UK's worst areas for crime
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