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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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The last five Lord Mayors have come in under budget for their spending.
The 12 young Lord Mayors represent primary schools across the city.
The charity event also welcomes the new Lord Mayor, Shafique Shah, as well as bidding a fond farewell to his predecessor Mike Leddy.
Birmingham Jewellers Deakin & Francis - the oldest familyowned manufacturing business in the world - are due to add three pages so that the last three Lord Mayors, and others who follow them, can be added.
Since 1905 and until 2011 we have been honoured by the election of the councillors of Cardiff of a Lord Mayor, to chair council meetings and represent the people of Cardiff on ceremonial duties.
The historic role of Lord Mayor of Birmingham must not be dumbed down or fall victim to spending cuts, the city's current first citizen has warned.
Newcastle College student Sarah Grady presented her work to the Lord Mayor of Newcastle and the Lady Mayoress, councillors David and Margaret Wood.
LIVERPOOL FC season ticket holder and father-of-three Steve Rotheram is set to become the city's Culture Year lord mayor and at 45 will be one of Liverpool's youngest-ever first citizens.
He called on Mr Goodway to allow the role of Lord Mayor in Cardiff to come into line with that of mayors and Lord Mayors elsewhere.
On the whole, those who really held the reins of power - the Lord Mayors and Aldermen - stubbornly clung to their privileges and refused to acknowledge the need for reform.
COVENTRY'S Lord Mayors have spent PS312,217 on flashy events, visits and lunches during the past five years.
Previous Lord Mayors have included Coun John Lines, Coun Len Gregory and Coun Anita Ward.