Mayors in England

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In England, the offices of mayor and lord mayor have long been ceremonial posts, with few or no duties attached to them.wikipedia
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Districts of England

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In England, where a borough or a city is a local government district or a civil parish, the mayor is elected annually by the council from their number and chairs meetings of the council with a casting vote.
All boroughs and cities, and a few districts, are led by a mayor who in most cases is a ceremonial figure elected by the district council, but—after local government reform—is occasionally a directly elected mayor who makes most of the policy decisions instead of the council.

Lord Mayor of London

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The most famous example is that of the Lord Mayor of the City of London.
The Lord Mayor of London is the City's mayor and the leader of the City of London Corporation.

Civil parish

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In England, where a borough or a city is a local government district or a civil parish, the mayor is elected annually by the council from their number and chairs meetings of the council with a casting vote.
The chairman of a town council will have the title "town mayor" and that of a parish council which is a city will usually have the title of mayor.

Borough

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Traditionally mayors and provosts have been elected by town, borough and city councils.
Borough status entitles the council chairman to bear the title of mayor.

Local government in England

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The chairman of a borough has the title 'Mayor'.

England

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In England, the offices of mayor and lord mayor have long been ceremonial posts, with few or no duties attached to them.

Mayor

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In England, the offices of mayor and lord mayor have long been ceremonial posts, with few or no duties attached to them.

Town

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Traditionally mayors and provosts have been elected by town, borough and city councils.

City

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Traditionally mayors and provosts have been elected by town, borough and city councils.

Directly elected mayors in England and Wales

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Since 2000, several districts now have directly elected mayors with extensive powers.

Borough status in the United Kingdom

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See borough status in the United Kingdom for a list of English districts to have a borough charter (and therefore a mayor).

Casting vote

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In England, where a borough or a city is a local government district or a civil parish, the mayor is elected annually by the council from their number and chairs meetings of the council with a casting vote.

Charter trustees

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Where the mayoralty used to be associated with a local government district but that district has been abolished, Charter Trustees may be set up to provide continuity until a parish council may be set up.

Labour Party (UK)

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In 2000 the Labour government led by Tony Blair passed a local government reform which changed this system somewhat.

Tony Blair

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In 2000 the Labour government led by Tony Blair passed a local government reform which changed this system somewhat.

Greater London Authority

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Also since 2000, the area of Greater London has had a Greater London Authority headed by the Mayor of London.

Mayor of London

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Also since 2000, the area of Greater London has had a Greater London Authority headed by the Mayor of London.

Lord mayor

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In England, the offices of mayor and lord mayor have long been ceremonial posts, with few or no duties attached to them. The right to appoint a Lord Mayor is a rare honour, even less frequently bestowed than city status.

City status in the United Kingdom

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The right to appoint a Lord Mayor is a rare honour, even less frequently bestowed than city status.

Birmingham

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Birmingham, Bradford, Bristol, Canterbury, Chester, Coventry, Exeter, Kingston upon Hull, Leeds, Leicester, Liverpool, London, Manchester, Newcastle upon Tyne, Norwich, Nottingham, Oxford, Plymouth, Portsmouth, Sheffield, Stoke-on-Trent, the City of Westminster and York.

City of Bradford

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Birmingham, Bradford, Bristol, Canterbury, Chester, Coventry, Exeter, Kingston upon Hull, Leeds, Leicester, Liverpool, London, Manchester, Newcastle upon Tyne, Norwich, Nottingham, Oxford, Plymouth, Portsmouth, Sheffield, Stoke-on-Trent, the City of Westminster and York.

Bristol

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Birmingham, Bradford, Bristol, Canterbury, Chester, Coventry, Exeter, Kingston upon Hull, Leeds, Leicester, Liverpool, London, Manchester, Newcastle upon Tyne, Norwich, Nottingham, Oxford, Plymouth, Portsmouth, Sheffield, Stoke-on-Trent, the City of Westminster and York.

City of Canterbury

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Birmingham, Bradford, Bristol, Canterbury, Chester, Coventry, Exeter, Kingston upon Hull, Leeds, Leicester, Liverpool, London, Manchester, Newcastle upon Tyne, Norwich, Nottingham, Oxford, Plymouth, Portsmouth, Sheffield, Stoke-on-Trent, the City of Westminster and York.

Chester (district)

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Birmingham, Bradford, Bristol, Canterbury, Chester, Coventry, Exeter, Kingston upon Hull, Leeds, Leicester, Liverpool, London, Manchester, Newcastle upon Tyne, Norwich, Nottingham, Oxford, Plymouth, Portsmouth, Sheffield, Stoke-on-Trent, the City of Westminster and York.