Mayors in the United Kingdom


Mayors in the United Kingdom

Each country of the United Kingdom has a different system of local government. Please see below for the most appropriate article:

*Mayors in England
*Mayors in Northern Ireland
*Mayors in Wales
*Provosts in Scotland

See also:

*Local government in England
*Local government in Scotland
*Local government in Wales
*Local government in Northern Ireland


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