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For as a long as a decade, a council-owned green space has been used for broad-daylight illegal dumping, with trucks driving up to add to the giant mounds of waste.
We forced the Department of Education to release fire safety audits for schools with structural defects, which led to a national media storm, more inspections and remedial works, and the promise of an inquiry.
We highlighted the restrictive rules homeless families have to follow in hotels where they live in emergency accommodation.
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