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Cities say no to elected mayors

Many of Britain's major cities have rejected the chance to have mayor's in referendums. Bristol has bucked the trend by supporting the move.

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Nottingham votes no to having elected mayor

David Cameron suffered a blow when Nottingham rejected the idea of an elected mayor.

Despite strong support from the Prime Minister, the city voted "no" by a margin of 57.5% to 42.5%, on a low turnout of just under 24%.

The prospects for the plans being passed in other cities were also looking poor, with Birmingham widely expected to come down against.

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