Three-fifths of voters oppose switch to elected mayors, finds poll

More than three-fifths of voters are against adopting a directly-elected mayor to run things in their area, according to a poll published today.

by Jamie Carpenter
Cameron: says cities should 'join the race' by electing mayors
Cameron: says cities should 'join the race' by electing mayors

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