15 October 2015
The council resolves to add the following paragraph to paragraph 2 in the leader and cabinet rules in part 4 of the constitution:
2.5 Questions at cabinet meetings
30 minutes will be set aside at every cabinet meeting for members of the public and members of the council to ask questions of members of the cabinet. The procedures for questions by the public and members of the council at council meetings, as set out in council rules 8 and 9, will apply to questions at cabinet meetings.
On being put to the vote, the motion was lost.
Votes by Councillor
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