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PEMBROKESHIRE
Funding to regenerate historic buildings is returned after developers didn’t do the work.

COVENTRY
A strong pong of hypocrisy hangs over football arena sell-off.

BIRMINGHAM
Exorbitant and useless Crapita call centre is to be taken back in-house to save money and reduce complaints.

LEEDS
So. Farewell then Lurene Joseph, the boss of Leeds’ publicly funded investment agency who was declared bankrupt over unpaid tax.

HARINGEY
£1,000-a-day consultant is given a severe reprimand for forging signatures.



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