A BY-election leaflet claiming Oxford City Council is planning to let chain stores open in the Covered Market has been branded “misleading” by traders.
A by-election is being held next month for the North ward seat vacated by former Lord Mayor Alan Armitage, who stood down last month.
The Green Party candidate is Sushila Dhall, 51, chairman of Oxford Pedestrians’ Association, whose election leaflet claims she is “fighting for fair rents at Oxford’s Covered Market, opposing Labour’s plans for chain stores”.
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