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Image caption Labour supporters were jubilant when the party's candidate won the vote. Police are investigating five allegations of malpractice relating to a by-election won by Labour in Peterborough earlier this month. Lisa Forbes was elected as the city's MP after the former Labour incumbent Fiona Onasanya was forced out after being jailed for lying about speeding. Cambridgeshire Police said it was looking into allegations including bribery and postal vote issues. Peterborough City Council said it was standard practice to report concerns. Earlier this month the council said it had received two reports of concerns relating to the 6 June by-election, and both had been referred to police. N... Full story

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