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Can a chair of a parish council be removed

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I was asked (its that time of year) whether a Chair of a Parish Council can be voted off during a Council year, and if so how?
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It gets asked often: The very simple answer is no.

The chance to elect your chair and vice chair is the May meeting, all other methods: No confidence votes etc, have no legal standing (though obviously have a personal effect on the chair or vice chair).

Be careful who you vote for in the May annual meeting.
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Possibly by the monitoring officer of the principal authority for very serious breaches of the code of conduct, if new powers come ini orn, virtue of being prosecuted anda gainingga a criminal record while in office
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