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DIMOLDENBERG DISPUTE SETTLED

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A councillor has escaped any penalty for giving confidential information to the BBC about Westminster City council'...
A councillor has escaped any penalty for giving confidential information to the BBC about Westminster City council's legal action against its former leader Dame Shirley Porter.

The Adjudication Panel for England ruled Paul Dimoldenberg (Lab) breached the councillors' code of conduct by disclosing confidential material.

But it imposed no punishment, and rejected a charge brought by the Standards Board for England that he brought Westminster into disrepute.

Chief executive Peter Rogers reported Mr Dimoldenberg to the board in July 2003.
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