Hounslow Council pockets £18,000 selling edited electoral register

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Hounslow Council pockets £18,000 selling edited electoral register

Hounslow council has made almost £18,000 from selling the edited version of the electoral register in the last two years.

London Live obtained exlusive figures via a Freedom of Information Request which found the West London council made the most amount of money of all boroughs in the capital by selling the details on to individuals and companies.

London Live approached Hounslow Council for comment but no-one was available for interview.

Funmi Olutoye has this exclusive report.

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