Lord Mayor


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Lord Mayor

the mayor in the City of London and in certain other important boroughs and large cities
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A special ceremony is being held at Liverpool Town Hall on November 5 when all the new young and Junior Lord Mayors will be sworn in to office for the coming year.
There will also be an opportunity to take tea with the Lord Mayor in the drawing room from 2-4pm as well as to look around the historic Council House and council chamber.
Putting it briefly, the accusation is that Whitby, not known for being backwards in coming forwards, has been attempting to muscle in on the Lord Mayor's turf at major civic events.
By tradition, the deputy lord mayor is elevated to the Lord Mayoralty the following year.
It is custom that a new Lord Mayor receives a welcome dinner, and a council contract reveals that catering for the second inaugural dinner will cost PS4,896.
As the Lord Mayor of the capital city and one of three Lord Mayors and one Lord Provost to hold the title Right Honorary due to their city status, I suggest the organising team for such events take notice and in future the Rt Hon Lord Mayor is attired correctly for such events.
Now attention has turned to Lord Mayor Councillor Azim who chaired the meeting but required verbal and written instructions from former Lord Mayor and now deputy Yvonne Mosquito as well as city solicitor Kate Charlton.
She also said the Lord Mayor also allowed councillors to 'stray off the subject' during another debate when there are 'strict rules' to only make comments relevant to Birmingham and council issues.
He served as Lord Mayor from May 2009 to May 2010, and became an alderman in 2012.
The Radio 1 DJ wrote on Instagram: "We wanted the Lord Mayor of Swansea on today so just rang the council and said come along and bring the chains."
They also argued that the position brought "joy" to residents and insisted the Lord Mayor's budget had received a "real term cut" because it had not risen in line with inflation in recent years.