Councillor convicted of harassing neighbour after claims he had meetings in a hot tub mid-lockdown

A Nottinghamshire councillor has been convicted of harassing his two ex-neighbours after they clashed in lockdown. 

Councillor Tom Hollis, deputy leader of Ashfield District Council, is said to have held meetings with other councillors in a hot tub in his back garden during the pandemic.

Leaving court today, the councillor vowed to appeal the harassment convictions.  

He is said to have played music at the council get-togethers, allegedly held from morning into the evening with varying…

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