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nesil caliskan twitter photoNesil Caliskan told to apologise and make statement to full council meeting, reports James Cracknell on the Enfield Dispatch website.

Council leader Nesil Caliskan has lost an appeal against a ruling that she broke Enfield Council’s code of conduct – and has been told to apologise.

The council’s councillor conduct committee heard Cllr Caliskan’s appeal on Wednesday evening, three months after a ruling by the authority’s monitoring officer that her handling of a decision to temporarily remove Yasemin Brett from her cabinet post broke the council’s code of conduct and “amounted to bullying”.

Read the full report on the Enfield Dispatch website.

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