Property 2 bedroom flat to rent in Glenloch Road, Belsize Park. On with Benham and Reeves for £475 per week.

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Councils 'waste £150m a year paying bills twice'

Councils could save almost £150 million a year if they made sure they did not pay bills twice, Communities Secretary Eric Pickles claimed today.

Tory activists prefer Clegg to most of their own Cabinet ministers

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Nine thousand public sector staff earn more than PM

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Unused fire-control centres costing &#163;1,500 an hour

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Cabinet chums are all smiles now but wait until the big squeeze begins

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Government to give cash to councils that build traveller sites

Ministers are to offer cash incentives to councils that build official sites for travellers in an attempt to persuade communities to allow travellers set up home on their doorsteps.

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Conservatives have been accused of "rank hypocrisy" for taking cash from public bodies to sponsor events at their party conference.

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