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More on the freebies from developers and conflicts of interest to which long-serving councillor and former planning chair Robert Davis seems oblivious.

So. Farewell then director of finance Becky Hellard. As the last Eye predicted, she is leaving her job at the troubled ship and is not ‘on sick leave’ at all.

Oops! The councillor who is married to the council leader… and being investigated for failing to declare a pecuniary interest when voting for a development.

Council leader David Carr steps down after a vote of no-confidence from fellow Tories following a spate of controversial sackings.

The peasants are revolting after the Labour council decides to hand a third of Walthamstow’s public land to a developer who wants to build luxury flats.

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