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The council continues to find dishonest ways to try to kick into the long grass its issues over poor treatment of foster carers.

After just three months under leader Sohail Munawar, the Labour council is already facing a meltdown as he purges his enemies.

The Cumbrian council entered into a property deal with a murky offshore operator, despite receiving advice that the deal might well be illegal.

A lawyer’s report on how the council handled its taxi licensing scandal has revealed more flaws in the council’s approach.

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Brexit boom continues… Scenes of jubilation greet Corbyn election… US says criticism ‘misguided’… Delegate shocks conference with prostitution claim… Gloom as Berrexit disaster hits Britain… May promises ‘thousands more’ excuses on refugees… Fear over hacked Pippa photos

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- Forensic accounting: The Commons Committes's harsh verdict on Theresa May
- Sugar rush: How Coca-Cola muscled in on National Fitness Day
- PLUS: Bake Off backlash; Balls from Ed Balls; cartoons galore & more

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