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BOURNEMOUTH
Recommending a crook for a council job needn’t damage your career in local government.

DORSET
Tory council leader to appear in court charged with failing to declare an interest in a property company.

SOUTHWARK AND WESTMINSTER
The champion of social housing whose PR firm is representing developers keen on wriggling out of its obligations to build affordable property.

HARROW
The chief exec who left with a generous pay-off gets his old job back – and may not have to repay a penny.

DERBY
How the council’s inept sleuths tried to spy on environmental services whistleblowers in a branch of Starbucks.

EMBARRASSING EMAIL OF THE WEEK
Festive party invite muddle over Holocaust survivor talk



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