Inside this week’s Boston Standard

Front page November 21
Front page November 21

Here’s a quick rundown of the stories inside this week’s Boston Standard, on sale now:

*Anti-immigration protest held in town - we’ve got the full story, pictures and reaction to a demo in Boston town centre on Sunday

*Man who killed pensioner with a single blow after 14 pints is jailed for three years

*Councillors vote to hike up their allowances and extend high-paid chief executive’s contract

*New police and crime commissioner tells The Standard how he hopes to tackle street drinking - and has already made plans for a meeting to tackle Boston’s problems

*Cage fighter rubs shoulders with Hollywood A-list stars in film role

*We look at what you did to help the Children in Need cause

*Council urges resident to sign up to energy deal to help save up to £200

*The latest cases from Boston Magistrates’ Court, including the man who swerved to avoid hitting a cat and crashed into a wall and lost his licence for drink-driving

*It’s your last chance to vote in this year’s Sports Awards - don’t miss the chance to choose your favourite

*Ancient history graduate sets up a business to teach youngsters about the past

*Inquest hears how bright young surgeon hanged herself

*IN SPORT: Boston Town hail big FA Vase win plus reaction to Boston United’s defeat at the hands of Guiseley

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