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Private Eye makes a 999 police call over ‘The Godfather’

Inside Croydon

Inspector Knacker, the satirical fortnightly’s nickname for the police, should “log in and feel some digital collars” at Croydon Council, according to the latest edition of Private Eye magazine.

Private Eye: calling for involvement of Inspector Knacker The Godfather scandal at Fisher’s Folly, where assistant chief executive Graham Cadle has overseen payments within his department of £787.36 per day to a family friend, has made it to the lead item in the magazine’s Rotten Boroughs column.

Croydon Council hasn’t enjoyed this kind of national exposure since Nathan Elvery was in charge of the procurement of bus transport for the borough’s disabled children. Whatever happened to him?

The latest Eye focuses on how, thanks to Cadle, “Harry” Singh is getting paid at a rate of almost £200,000 per year, despite his less-than-stellar association with the council’s “crap app”, MyCroydon.

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