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Tower Hamlets Council tells Chief Executive stay at home

Labour-run Tower Hamlets Council are evidently trying to get rid of their Chief Executive Martin Smith. Last week he was told to stay at home and "consider his future". Although they forgot that as the Election Returning Officer there was a requirement for him to supervise the Euro Elections so he was allowed to do so.

The Conservatives have put in a call for an Extraordinary Council Meeting to find out what is going on.

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