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The outfit that manages the borough’s social housing got a ‘commendable’ performance report last year – despite missing 40 percent of key indicators.

Despite warnings of the need for caution, council leader John Beesley wants the borough to put £125m of residents’ money into risky commercial property.

The council’s controversial deal pledging land near Millwall FC to an offshore consortium of developers is stalled as a former judge sits and ponders.

Cllr Geoff Driver, the county’s Tory leader, remains in his job, despite facing awkward questions from the rozzers about an outsourcing deal with BT.

Tory leader Kevin Davis is nominated for the Order of the Brown Nose after approving a motion congratulating himself and his brilliant administration.

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‘Stop Infighting and Unite to Lose Election’, PM Urges Cabinet… Dalek Overlooked Again as Role of Doctor Who Goes to a Human… Abuse in Politics Is the Fault of ‘All Those C***s on the Other Side’, Everyone Agrees… Tory MP Sacked for Saying Foul N-Word (ie ‘Nigel’)… Children Sad When Mother Died – Exclusive to All Newspapers… Boots Seeks Cheap Remedy After Late-Night Cock-up… Those John Humphrys Interviews in Full… Sarah, Duchess of York’s Diary, as told to Craig Brown

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