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Image result for grenfell houseImage resultShirley Porter, Lady Porter (néeCohen; born 29 November 1930) is a British former politician who led Westminster City Council in London representing the Conservative Party.[3] She is the daughter and heiress of Sir Jack Cohen, the founder of Tesco supermarkets. She was appointed Order of the British Empire Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire in 1991[4] by John Major after delivering “a spectacular victory” in Westminster for the Conservatives in the 1990 elections.[5] Related image

While leader of Westminster City Council she oversaw the “Building Stable Communities” policy, later described as the “homes for votes” scandal and was consequently accused of gerrymandering.[nb 1] The policy was judged illegal by the district auditor, and a surcharge of £27m levied on her in 1996.[6] This was later raised to £42 million with interest and costs. She eventually settled in 2004…

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