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LINCS CRITICS PROMPT EXTRAORDINARY EVENT

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Lincolnshire CC's Labour opposition has called an extraordinary council meeting following a series of critical insp...
Lincolnshire CC's Labour opposition has called an extraordinary council meeting following a series of critical inspections of social services.

The party wants interim chief executive Jan Didrichsen to produce an action plan for improvement.

Labour is hoping to take over the embattled council at May's election, following months of acrimonious controversy arising from the jailing for misconduct of former Conservative leader Jim Speechley, and his successor Ian Croft's removal of chief executive David Bowles (LGC, 28 January).

Labour's social care spokesman Paul Kenny said Lincolnshire had only had a one-star rating for social services since 2002. 'The inspectors said we serve some people well. That means we don't serve some other people well,' he said.
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