Anti-corruption campaigner Andy Erlam says he is still receiving regular complaints about organisations in Tower Hamlets – prompting him to instigate an unofficial “public inquiry”.

The inquiry will launch at the end of September although it will not have any powers to call witnesses or enact any sanctions.

Mr Erlam, one of the key instigators of the case that toppled disgraced mayor Lutfur Rahman, said: “The inquiry is going to publish reports, so people are going to have the facts presented to them – they can then decide.”

The two main targets are the practices of Tower Hamlets Police and Tower Hamlets Council.

If you are interested in getting involved in the inquiry, contact Andy Erlam on by September 30.