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Top stories in the latest issue:

More on the commercial ambitions of controversial ex-leader Michael Jones and his physio Amanda Morris… and why two environmental health officers have been suspended over fiddled air quality figures.

Panic ensues when the borough is asked what legal advice was given to leader John Beesley, whose declarable interests are being investigated by the police.

The Lib Dems who control this bit of south London are in sensitive mood after their former colleague Alan Salter is sentenced for fraud and theft.

Bookies Fred and Peter Done (estimated worth: £1.33bn) secure £22.5m in cheap loans and other financial perks from Greater Manchester Housing Fund.

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