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Council leader Jason Ablewhite, the newly-elected police commissioner, thinks poking fun at ‘pikeys’ and asylum seekers is just a bit of pub banter.

The city’s property conservation scandal – unnecessary work, inflated bills, crony contractors, etc – drags on, more than three years after it was exposed.

Despite strong sales, a profit-sharing deal with property developer Lend Lease leaves the council out of pocket and poring over the small print.

The Local Government Association praises the Ukip-led council – even though its leader has had difficulty paying his council tax on time.

Leaks from a secret report reveal another council putting children at risk of sexual exploitation by failing to vet local taxi drivers properly.

Following a massive regeneration fraud, sleepy police finally wake up, do some interviews and send a file to the Crown Prosecution Service!

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Satan ‘Not All Bad’ Insists Ken… Peston or Marr? New Poll Says 95 Percent Prefer Ikea… Will Warning Articles Over Rio Olympics Be Ready in Time?... Celebrate the Foxes’ Triumph with Blue Red Leicester Cheese and The Ranieri Trouser Press… CCTV Image Shows Wanted Couple Leaving BHS With a Lot of Cash… Bond Villains Back Brexit in Letter to Daily Telegraph… Donald Trump’s Diary, as tweeted to Craig Brown

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- Bar humbug: John Beggs, the go-to QC for cops in trouble
- Phone lines: Now hacking claims extend to the Sun
- Talking shop: Slicker on Sir Philip Green’s BHS bargain

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