Former Leicester Lord Mayor Robert Wann avoids being kicked off council
Former Lord Mayor of Leicester Robert Wann has
avoided been being kicked off Leicester City Council by attending his first
meeting in nearly six months.
The veteran Labour politician last attended a meeting on May
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17 when he handed over his mayoral chains and under the authority's rules he
would have been disqualified as a councillor had he not turned up to a meeting
before November 17.
But the Labour group's whip Councillor Barbara Potter arranged
for him to sit in on tonight's Economic Development, Culture and Tourism
Coun Wann is not a regular member of that committee but
stood in for another member who was unwell.
Before the meeting he told the Mercury: "It looks like I've
not been around for six months but I have been attending lots of meetings - but
they are not ones the council counts."
Coun Wann has been claiming his councillor's allowance of
nearly £10,000 and £1,200 for travel and subsistence.