code of conduct rules

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Do all Parish Councils follow the same code of conduct rules
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Our own Town Council uses the Code of Conduct of the Principle Authority. The recent report on Ethical Standards recommends that the Local Government Association should create a model Code of Conduct. NALC also point out that their own model Code of Conduct is widely used, including Principle Authorities.
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A lot of them use the same generic or "model" Parish Council code of conduct" which was created by NALC  - pretty weak and woolly in my view for dealing with issues such as breaches of legislation etc https://www.dartford.gov.uk/__data/assets/pdf_file/0007/73879/Southfleet-Parish-Council-Code-of-Conduct.pdf
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