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- The 'Brown Babies' who were left behind
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BBC Somerset News Feed
- W Series: Jamie Chadwick second in Belgium but retains series lead
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- Yeovil Town Ladies: Championship licence denied and club to go down two tiers
- John 'Goldfinger' Palmer: Trial could 'change loyalties'
- Ex-teacher at Taunton School cleared of indecent assault charges
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- RAF Brize Norton Hercules captured in mid-air photoshoot
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- Five things from Oxfordshire
- Maja O'Brien: Body in stream identified as missing flautist
- UK knife crime: The first 100 fatal stabbings of 2019
- Florence Waters: Journalist died on 'vision quest' meditation
- Prince Harry accepts damages over Splash News Agency photos
- 2019 European elections: How many new MEPs might you get?
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BBC Birmingham News Feeds
BBC London News Feed
- Duchess of Cambridge posts 'sneak peek' of Chelsea show garden
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- Commuters braced as railway timetables change
- How National Gallery's art was hidden from Hitler in WW2
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- London protest held in support of British NI veterans
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- Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park walkway named after Tessa Jowell
- Rallies held for British soldiers facing NI charges
Aylesbury Vale District Council would like to hear from people who are available to work as a Poll Clerk at Polling Stations on Thursday 23 May 2019. The fee payable is £135.
No previous experience is required. Poll Clerks are required to work from 6.30am to 10pm. The job primarily involves marking the Register of Electors to show that electors have presented themselves to vote, and to assist the Presiding Officer with other electoral tasks on the day.
Further information on working at elections is available on the Council’s website at https://aylesburyvale.moderngov.co.uk/mgGeneric.aspx?MD=mgworkatelections . Please note, polling staff will not be required to complete an e-training session for these elections.
If you are able to work, please contact Craig Saunders at Aylesbury Vale District Council on 01296 585043 or email@example.com
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