What’s the story? ten

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Thanks to readers for spotting this, Rothpol can report on the latest addition to the Akhtar family property portfolio: Full story: What’s the story?

What’s the story? nine

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A family of property it would appear? This summarises the extent of our knowledge at this time, of this burgeoning property empire: 57  Clough Road (Domicile) 37 Hartington Road 130 Henley Grove 8 Farm Drive 91 Henley Grove Road 95 … Continue reading

Yorkshire Post – Political Censorship?

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Yorkshire Post – Political Censorship? Or, the censorship that never was! If this post demonstrates anything, it is that nothing should ever be taken at face value! In politics, there are always those whose prejudices inform their opinions to such … Continue reading

What’s the story? eight

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Another addition to the Akhtar family property empire: 61 Clough Road Azzizum Akhtar ‘owns’ this property then. Rothpol is grateful to our spotter, who has ticked the no publicity box on this occasion. This series of posts started with a … Continue reading

What’s the story? seven

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Seems ‘honest mistakes’ repeated continuously, since Jahangir returned to the council after the disgrace of his conviction for affray. Declarations of Interests: 07 June 2006/15 Sept 2006 06 June 2007 26 Oct 2007 14 April 2009 28 May 2010 14 … Continue reading

What’s the story? – six

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Rotherham Politics’, thanks to our  doughty researcher, we are able to bring readers more on, the ever expanding Akhtar ‘family’ property empire: 89 Pitt Street, Rotherham. S61 2PB 52 Devonshire Street, Masborough. S61 1AG 35 Dovercourt Road, Rotherham. S61 1SQ … Continue reading

What’s the story? – five

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Another Mistake? How many is it now? How many readers have forgotten they own a house? Akhtar’s explanation better be good? Should have been declared as his wife’s property, even if not part of the matrimonial estate.   What’s the story?