Inside this week’s Boston Standard

November 14 front page
November 14 front page

Here’s a look at what’s inside this week’s Boston Standard, on sale now:

*Exclusive - council pay row. We reveal that high-profile councillors are being recommended to take a 20% hike in allowances at the same time as bosses eye up saving money through cuts to staff pay and conditions.

We also reveal the expenses claimed by the borough’s high-paid chief executive - the man who was brought in to save money at the council

*Campaigners call for calm ahead of anti-immigration protest

*We remembered them - don’t miss our pictures of the town’s Remembrance Sunday events

*Police and crime commissioner candidates spell out what they would do for Boston if elected tomorrow

*Mp says how foreign office role might help our economy in Boston

*The resutls of cases from the courts involving Boston defendants

*Councillor delivers controversial rebuke to Market Place parkers

*Families struggling to put food on the table to get help from new food bank

*Snap up a free dessert with any main meal at the White Hart

*IN SPORT - striker eyes up gunning down Guiseley plus the cage fighter eyeing up a medal

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