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WEST SUSSEX
New chief executive claims £47,500 towards relocation costs, but doesn’t move house.

DARLINGTON
Having sold the valuable vintage rosewood chairs from its council chamber to raise funds, the council spends more than it raised on replacement chairs.

NORTHAMPTONSHIRE
Ofsted inspectors find vulnerable children are being put at risk while social workers quit in droves at the “bankrupt” county council.

CARMARTHENSHIRE
Council refuses to explain why a report on the chief exec’s unlawful libel-case indemnity is confidential.

HEREFORDSHIRE
Why press and public were excluded from a meeting to discuss 64 complaints about councillors’ behaviour.


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