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Lawyers who found no council employee in any way culpable for abuse scandal have a track record of providing pricey whitewash to local authorities.

The county’s “improvement journey” is the headline session at an upcoming social work conference – but results of a review into youngsters leaving care remains secret.

Trouble shooter sent in after the borough receives “inadequate” rating for children’s services.

Leader quits after botched attempt to end the city’s bin strike.

Student who won a council seat faces calls to repay the allowance he trousered while on work placement 100 miles away.

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