All councillors are entitled to a basic allowance and to claim for certain travel and subsistence expenses. Some councillors have special responsibilities (e.g. a cabinet portfolio or chairing a committee) and receive an additional allowance. The amount Nick Brice received each year for these was:
Allowances information is only available from 2005 onwards. Click on a year to see a detailed breakdown of Nick Brice's allowances. Click on "all councillors" to see how Nick Brice's allowances compared to the other councillors for that year.
Attendance at Council Meetings
In addition to cabinet and committee meetings, the full Council meets six times a year and, unless there are extenuating circumstances, all councillors are expected to attend these meetings. Nick Brice's attendance record is as follows:
Attendance records are only available from February 2010 onwards. Click on "present" to see which meetings Nick Brice attended in each term or click on "absent" to see which meetings Nick Brice missed in each term.
Most decisions taken by councillors at meetings of the whole Council are made by unanimous agreement or, if the decision is disputed, by show of hands. However, the Council's Constitution states that in certain circumstances, or if six or more members request, a "recorded vote" may be taken, where each councillor's vote is recorded in the minutes of the meeting. The votes recorded for Nick Brice are as follows:
Recorded votes are only available from December 2001 onwards. Click on a term to see how Nick Brice voted during that term. Click on the subject of a vote to see the full details of the motion and how the other councillors voted.
Click on the ward name to see the full results for that ward.
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