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In local government, just a third of councillors in England are women, with even fewer in Wales (28%) and Scotland (24%).
The actress's father, councillor Seb Leslie, owns a castle in his West Garioch constituency.
Such a scheme would struggle to be justified now, says Steve Battlemuch, the councillor who chairs the company’s board.
Earlier this month, Don Cardy, a small town councillor in Canada, was suspended for two days after a racial slur was posted on his Facebook profile.
Yet on February 21st Mr Pritchard, now the leader of Wrexham borough council, voted with his fellow councillors to cut the budget for its music service, which gives free lessons to children who want to learn an instrument, by 72%.
The murder of Rio de Janeiro city councillor Marielle Franco this week drew thousands of mourners into city streets across Brazil, many believing the popular advocate for Brazil’s poorest was assassinated.
Chelsea must now wait for the outcome of Monday's councillors meeting but believe the local government has the power to kill the injunction by the use of planning law.
The result gives Corbynites a cast-iron majority on the NEC, an unwieldy politburo of 39 members comprising MPs, councillors, unionists and ordinary party members.
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: a member of a council
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