A criminal conviction 22 years ago has forced a Labour candidate to step down from the Police and Crime Commissioner election in Northamptonshire.
Lee Barron was arrested and fined £20 after a disturbance in a Northampton pub in 1990. Mr Barron has previously been a Northampton Borough councillor and is currently a sitting magistrate. The Labour Party says it has suspended Mr Barron.
Mr Barron says he declared the incident when he put himself forward as a candidate and said he understood such a minor offence would not invalidate his candidacy.
Candidates with previous convictions are not allowed to stand in the police commissioner elections. There are four other candidates standing in Northamptonshire.
Details of the other candidates can be found by clicking here.