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Ex-MP takes his battle to force a council to clear up fly-tipped garden waste for free to the UN after failing in the British courts 

MailOnline Thursday, 5 January 2017 ()
Ex-MP takes his battle to force a council to clear up fly-tipped garden waste for free to the UN after failing in the British courts John Hemming asked Birmingham City Council to clear rubbish more than two years ago when he was Liberal Democrat MP for Birmingham Yardley - after complaints from constituents.
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