Odd that Tower Hamlets Communications Team only responds to requests for comment when it suits them, isn’t it?
Mayor Biggs protected a member of Tower Hamlets Youth Service from investigation and continues to enjoy his company. Why?
Operation of organised crime networks within London Borough of Tower Hamlets council between 2010 and 2020.
Mark Edmunds has lost his claim for unfair dismissal against Tower Hamlets Council, proving once again that justice is a stranger to Tower Hamlets.
The Wapping Mole needs some help to shine some light on the Poplar Papers. Did you send this email to Tower Hamlets Council in December 2014?
A Tower Hamlets Youth Service worker received his full council pay while serving a three month jail sentence for assault. And a few other things.
In July 2015 the Wapping Mole was told of a covert money laundering computer system inside Tower Hamlets town hall. This is the story of Genesis.
Our work over the years and the missing parts of the corruption jigsaw found in the Poplar Papers provides an insight into the mechanics of corruption.
A quick recap of the weary, dismal and depressing story that is the Poplar Papers so far. Interesting though, innit?
‘Link charts’ show connections between LBTH employees and the organisations established for the purpose of criminal activity including siphoning off funds.
That Tower Hamlets Council can avoid public or media scrutiny exposes the lack of oversight by the Ministry for Housing, Communities and Local Government.
In 2012, under Mayor Rahman, Tower Hamlets Youth Service was moved from one council directorate to another to avoid inspection by Ofsted.