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Cornwall Council is a unitary authority with 123 Councillors, who are elected every four years. Its current political make up is 48 Conservatives, 37 Liberal Democrats, 29 Independents, 6 Mebyon Kernow, 1 Labour and 2 Councillors who have no specified political affiliation. Although there is no overall political majority, the Council is run as a Conservative and Independent coalition.

The Leader of the Council appoints a group of nine Councillors, who together with the Leader form the Cabinet.

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Find your councillor, read council and cabinet minutes, agendas, and reports, view decisions, watch webcasts of council meetings and find dates of future meetings.
View Council departments and their structure charts and see which department is responsible for which services.
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View profiles and contact details for the Corporate leadership team or profiles of Cabinet members which show what each cabinet member is responsible for.
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Posted on 25.10.11

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Jeremy Rowe LD | Egloshayle, St Breock, St Ervan, St Eval, St Issey, St Mabyn & St Tudy