how to get half a story

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The former deputy leader of Rotherham Council resigned in August last year following a report in the Times newspaper that said he knew about a relationship between a 14-year-old girl and one of his relatives. He later resumed his post … Continue reading

News of new Wiki style page – the peoples opportunity!

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Rotherham Politics has been asked for a page dedicated to reader supplied information on Jahangir Akhtar. Just such an opportunity now exists, with the creation of a new page, Jahangir Akhtar the unauthorised version. It’s early days yet, but Rothpol … Continue reading

Where did he get that idea from? Three

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Another piece of the evidence Jigsaw? Strange case of the disappearing leaflet?

Rotherham Politics Resumes

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Many apologies to our readers for the recent series of periods of inactivity. Some were due to computer problems, hopefully now fixed, and some were due to illness/disability on Rothpols part, unfortunately not fixed so easily. During the course of … Continue reading

Important Questions Raised – Yesterday’s Twitter Exchanges

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“I am confused by Asbo’s statement on his Twitter account that he is Tweeting in a private capacity and if you don’t like what he says, then don’t follow. My confusion is that he seems to be acting in his … Continue reading

Yesterday’s Twitter Exchanges

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Rotherham Politics On Sunday 600 now 702 readers, can’t be wrong! First Edition  No: 01 Sunday 16th June 2013 Thought a twitter from Jahangir Akhtar yesterday, should be shared with a wider audience. Readers will be familiar with Akhtar’s style … Continue reading

Rotherham Advertiser – Rotherham Council failed to recognise abuse on its own doorstep – MPs’ report

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Rotherham Council failed to recognise abuse on its own doorstep – MPs’ report ROTHERHAM Borough Council was inexcusably slow to realise widespread and organised sexual abuse of children was taking place on its doorstep, MPs have said. The Home Affairs … Continue reading