Benefits cheat city councillor must step down, says his Labour city council boss



THE Labour Carlisle city councillor convicted of benefits fraud has been asked to resign by his most senior political colleague.
Barrie Osgood, 44, who tried to blame depression and anxiety for his crime, denied fraudulently claiming £3,500 in housing benefit but he was convicted after a four hour trial at the city's magistrates' court.
The court heard how his claim – which was handled by the local authority which he was elected to serve – failed to declare that he owned and rented out a property he owned in Currock.
He is due to be sentenced today. Conservative politicians in the city have... read more

 
27 September 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 31
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