Yes you can request copies of recordings of meetings. As a councillor you are jointly responsible for the decisions and actions of your council along with every other councillor. Therefore you should have access to all of it's assets including all information, hard copy and electronic to empower you to fulfil that obligation. The clerk is supposed to provide administrative resource and advice to his or her members and should facilitate the means for you to view them, perhaps on a memory stick or download. Cllrs are also responsible as you say for meeting the nolan principles of honesty & Integrity. If you feel that these are not being met by other members, you should not be obstructed in seeking evidence to establish if that is the case.
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