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Mary Shields, Mayor of Cork City, reflects on her year in office and takes a stance against racism

I saw mrs Shields, The Lord Mayor of Cork on several at the multi cultural evening, organised by Tony and Cordelia Oseh and at Africa day. 147 more words

Ireland

Birmingham Lord Mayor's Show, 2015

I had a great day meeting visitors to Birmingham’s bustling city centre last Saturday as part of the 2015 Lord Mayor’s Show.

The annual charity event attracts thousands of visitors, and this year had a Great War theme running throughout the day. 377 more words

WW1

Londoners take to the streets in support of Galloway‏

Not since VE Day have so many people swarmed the capital, to welcome a new era of Galloway self-aggrandisement. Responding to the pleas of orphans and the hopes of a generation, the ex-Respect MP had declared his candidacy for Mayor of London and ‘cat impressionist to the masses’. 122 more words

Satire

Mayor Making

One of the High Sheriff’s responsibilities is to participate in the Mayor Making events that take place in each Metropolitan Borough.

These take place following the local elections and when the current Mayor hands over their role, chain of Honour and ermins. 967 more words

High Sheriff News

Two Stoke Labour Councillors Rebel Over Group Leadership

There was fun and games in the chamber at Stoke-on-Trent City Council yesterday during the Annual Council meeting.

Labour Councillors Alan Dutton and Ruth Rosenau voted in support of Councillor Dave Conway of the City Independent Group as Leader of Stoke-on-Trent City Council. 551 more words

City Independent Group

Labour Group Leader Takes Paid Position Following Election Defeat

Stoke Labour Group Leader Mohammed Pervez has gifted himself a paid position following his party’s election defeat.

Councillor Pervez will take the position of Chair of the Corporate Resources Committee which will ensure that he gets a ‘Special Responsibility Allowance’ of around £9000. 240 more words

City Independent Group

Deputy Lord Mayor's Selection Causes Controversy

The new Lord Mayor for the municipal year 2015-2016 is set to be sworn in at the Full Council meeting this coming Thursday 28th May. 471 more words

Stoke-on-Trent