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[[Image:DorsetWeymouthPortland.png|thumb|left|Weymouth and Portland shown in Dorset]]
 
[[Image:DorsetWeymouthPortland.png|thumb|left|Weymouth and Portland shown in Dorset]]
 
The district of [[Weymouth and Portland]] was formed on 1 April 1974 under the [[Local Government Act 1972]], and merged the borough of Weymouth and Melcombe Regis and the nearby [[Isle of Portland|Portland]] urban district. For [[UK local elections|local elections]] the district is divided into 15 wards, 12 of them in Weymouth.<ref name="wards">{{cite web | year = 2007 | url = http://www.weymouth.gov.uk/main.asp?svid=620 | title = Ward Map | publisher = Weymouth and Portland Borough Council | accessdate = 2007-12-16|archiveurl = http://web.archive.org/web/20071224210742/http%3A//www.weymouth.gov.uk/main.asp%3Fsvid%3D620 |archivedate = December 24, 2007|deadurl=yes}}</ref> Elections take place in a four-year cycle; one third of the councillors in all but three wards retire or seek re-election in years one, two and three, and county council elections are held in year four.<ref name="election cycle">{{cite web | year = 2007 | url = http://weymouth.gov.uk/main.asp?svid=618 | title = Electoral Cycles Thirds | publisher = Weymouth and Portland Borough Council | accessdate = 2008-01-04|archiveurl = http://web.archive.org/web/20080408031609/http%3A//weymouth.gov.uk/main.asp%3Fsvid%3D618 |archivedate = April 8, 2008|deadurl=yes}}</ref> The Mayor of Weymouth and Portland is Paul Kimber ([[Labour party (UK)|Labour]]), and Graham Winter ([[Liberal Democrats|Liberal Democrat]]) is Deputy Mayor.<ref name="weymouthcouncillors">{{cite web | year = 2009 | url = http://www.weymouth.gov.uk/home.asp?sv=118 | title = WPBC Serving Councillors | publisher = Weymouth and Portland Borough Council | accessdate = 2009-12-21}}</ref>
 
The district of [[Weymouth and Portland]] was formed on 1 April 1974 under the [[Local Government Act 1972]], and merged the borough of Weymouth and Melcombe Regis and the nearby [[Isle of Portland|Portland]] urban district. For [[UK local elections|local elections]] the district is divided into 15 wards, 12 of them in Weymouth.<ref name="wards">{{cite web | year = 2007 | url = http://www.weymouth.gov.uk/main.asp?svid=620 | title = Ward Map | publisher = Weymouth and Portland Borough Council | accessdate = 2007-12-16|archiveurl = http://web.archive.org/web/20071224210742/http%3A//www.weymouth.gov.uk/main.asp%3Fsvid%3D620 |archivedate = December 24, 2007|deadurl=yes}}</ref> Elections take place in a four-year cycle; one third of the councillors in all but three wards retire or seek re-election in years one, two and three, and county council elections are held in year four.<ref name="election cycle">{{cite web | year = 2007 | url = http://weymouth.gov.uk/main.asp?svid=618 | title = Electoral Cycles Thirds | publisher = Weymouth and Portland Borough Council | accessdate = 2008-01-04|archiveurl = http://web.archive.org/web/20080408031609/http%3A//weymouth.gov.uk/main.asp%3Fsvid%3D618 |archivedate = April 8, 2008|deadurl=yes}}</ref> The Mayor of Weymouth and Portland is Paul Kimber ([[Labour party (UK)|Labour]]), and Graham Winter ([[Liberal Democrats|Liberal Democrat]]) is Deputy Mayor.<ref name="weymouthcouncillors">{{cite web | year = 2009 | url = http://www.weymouth.gov.uk/home.asp?sv=118 | title = WPBC Serving Councillors | publisher = Weymouth and Portland Borough Council | accessdate = 2009-12-21}}</ref>
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Weymouth, Portland and the [[Purbeck (district)|Purbeck]] district are in the [[South Dorset]] parliamentary [[United Kingdom constituencies|constituency]], created in 1885. The constituency elects one Member of Parliament; currently [[Richard Drax]] ([[Conservative Party (UK)|Conservative]]).
 
Weymouth, Portland and the [[Purbeck (district)|Purbeck]] district are in the [[South Dorset]] parliamentary [[United Kingdom constituencies|constituency]], created in 1885. The constituency elects one Member of Parliament; currently [[Richard Drax]] ([[Conservative Party (UK)|Conservative]]).
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Reporter: Bradley (anonymous)
Date: Wednesday, the 21st of October 2015 at 07:37:12 PM
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Wednesday, the 21st of October 2015 at 07:37:12 PM #101804
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