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Top stories in this issue (1511):

EDINBURGH
The whistleblower who, despite intimidation and an attempted sacking, has been trying to get to the bottom of a possible £400,000 fraud for 17 years.

CAMBRIDGESHIRE
Jason Ablewhite steps down as police and crime tsar, and as a Huntingdonshire councillor, over ‘a series of messages’ sent from his telephone.

WEST SUSSEX
Nathan Elvery – of non-relocating relocation expenses fame (Eyes passim) – is finally, er, ‘relocated’ out of his £190,000 job as chief exec ‘by mutual consent’.

PORTSMOUTH
City pulls the plug on its own energy company before it starts trading, writing off £3.5m – some of which went to sponsor Portsmouth FC!

NORTH NORFOLK
Questions for a Lib Dem councillor and wannabe MP whose former colleague was hired as a £1,000-a-day consultant without rival quotes being sought.

BRISTOL
To cut pollution the city wants to ban private diesel vehicles from the centre during daytime. So why’s it bought 64 new diesel vans and ordered 18 more?


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