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However, in 2014 the Tory Government proposed an unelected Combined Authority, to be chaired by an elected mayor, to the leaders of the seven councils.
And Newcastle's Liberal Democrats said an elected mayor was essential to provide accountability within a more devolved regional Government.
In a statement Coun Bridges - who will not seek re-election next year - said: "Sitting through recent Cardiff council debates, I have found myself wondering 'How could an elected mayor be any worse than this'?
But they have typically come with the caveat that an elected mayor must be in power.
With a new generation of regional elected mayors now being launched, including one covering the whole of the North East, it would seem the right time to bring the North Tyneside experiment to an end.
Speaking in Manchester, Mr Osborne said: ""ere are big advantages in having an elected mayor to represent your city.
Hisham Zreika, a counselor for the Australian Liberal Party, was elected mayor of Auburn for the second time in five years.
WELSH Conservatives want referendums to be held on elected mayors in Wales' largest communities.
Despite Coventry people and eight other cities voting "No", with only Bristol voting "Yes", Labour peer Lord Adonis claimed: "The advance of elected mayors continues apace.
They have had an elected mayor for 10 years and apparently some citizens there have had enough of it.
THE experience of a recent referendum for an elected mayor in a small town supports Mike Cadwaller''s request for more information on the subject (Letters, December 12).
I fully expect Marsha will be elected mayor and if I were still on the council I would vote for her as well.
Green Mike Feinstein, elected mayor of Santa Monica in November, says any anti-Nader backlash is "just a historical blip on the screen.
In a statement, Mr Bridges - who will not seek re-election next year - said: "Sitting through recent Cardiff council debates, I have found myself wondering, 'How could an elected mayor be any worse than this?
A CAMPAIGN is to be launched in January for Cardiff to have Wales' first directly elected mayor.