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Mr Jordan defended the increase – £142,000 among the 84 councillors – saying those serving in Norfolk got less than comparable counties.
But the Liberal Democrats voted against it, as did Labour, who have set up a petition and want to donate their share to charity.
But he added: “There is never a good time for such increases in allowances, and I can understand the public disappointment.” These are the 39 councillors who voted for the increase in allowances: Tony Adams (C – Drayton and Horsford) David Bills (C – Humbleyard) Bill Borrett (C – Elmham and Mattishall) Claire Bowes (C – Watton) Roy Brame (C – Thetford East) Mike Castle (I – Yarmouth North and Central) Ed Colman (C – Swaffham) Stuart Dark (C – Dersingham) Margaret Dewsbury (C – Hingham) Philip Duigan (C – Dereham South) Fabian Eagle (C – The Brecks) Simon Eyre (C – Freebridge Lynn) Tom Fitz Patrick (C – Fakenham) Colin Foulger (C – Forehoe) Tom Garrod (C – Wroxham) Andy Grant (C – Lothingland) Shelagh Gurney (C – Hellesdon) Ron Hanton (C – East Flegg) Michael Chenery of Horsburgh (C – Docking) Harry Humphrey (C – Marshland South) Brian Iles (C – Acle) Andrew Jamieson (C – North Coast) Cliff Jordan (C – Yare and All Saints) Keith Kiddie (C – Diss and Roydon) Mark Kiddle-Morris (C – Necton and Launditch) Graham Middleton (C – Gayton and Nar Valley) Judy Oliver (C – Sheringham) Richard Price (C – Smallburgh) William Richmond (C – Dereham North) Carl Smith (C – Breydon) Sandra Squire (I – Marshland North) Barry Stone (C – Loddon) Margaret Stone (C – Clavering) Martin Storey (C – Feltwell) Haydn Thirtle (C – West Flegg) Alison Thomas (C – Long Stratton) Victor Thomson (C – Henstead) John Ward (C – Sprowston) Tony White (C – Downham Market) These are the 26 who voted against: Tim Adams (LD – Cromer) Steffan Aquarone (LD – Melton Constable) Julie Brociek-Coulton (L – Sewell) Sarah Butikoffer (LD – Holt) Stuart Clancy (C – Taverham) Kim Clipsham (L – Wensum) David Collis (L – North and Central) Emma Corlett (L – Town Close) Nigel Dixon (C – Stalham) Tim East (LD – Costessey) Terry Jermy (L – Thetford West) Brenda Jones (L – Lakenham) Chris Jones (L – Thorpe Hamlet) Steve Morphew (L – Catton Grove) George Nobbs (L – Crome) Andrew Proctor (C – Blofield and Brundall) Dan Roper (LD – Hevingham and Spixworth) David Rowntree (L – University) Chrissie Rumsby (L – Mile Cross) Mike Sands (L – Bowthorpe) Eric Seward (LD – North Walsham East) Mike Smith-Clare (L – Yarmouth Nelson and Southtown) Marie Strong (LD – Wells) John Timewell (LD – North Walsham and Erpingham) Colleen Walker (L – Magdalen) Brian Watkins (LD – Eaton) These are the two who abstained: John Fisher (C – Woodside) Graham Plant (C – Gorleston St Andrews) And these are the 17 who were absent: Stephen Askew (C – Guiltcross) Jess Barnard (L – Nelson) Penny Carpenter (C – Caister-on-Sea) Danny Douglas (L – Mancroft) David Harrison (LD – Aylsham) Alexandra Kemp (I – Clenchwarton and King’s Lynn South) Brian Long (C – Fincham) Ian Mackie (C – Thorpe St Andrew) Edward Maxfield (LD – Mundesley) Joe Mooney (C – Wymondham) Rhodri Oliver (C – Attleborough) Greg Peck (C – Reepham) Thomas Smith (C – Gaywood South) Bev Spratt (C – West Depwade) Karen Vincent (C – Old Catton) Martin Wilby (C – East Depwade) Sheila Young (C – Gaywood North and Central) Key: C=Conservative, I=Indepedent, L=Labour, LD=Liberal Democrat.
Why do councillors get allowances and what are they going up by?
Caister-on-Sea (CON gain from LAB) PENNY CARPENTER (C) 1177 Donna Hammond (UKIP) 551 Christina Horne (L) 467 Harry Webb (G) 168 Majority: 636 Turnout: 31.58pc East Flegg (CON gain from UKIP) RON HANTON (C) 1529 * Jonathon Childs (UKIP) 714 John Simmons (L) 413 Ken Petersen (G) 157 Majority: 815 Turnout: 36.94pc Gorleston St Andrews (CON hold) * GRAHAM PLANT (C) 1145 Tony Wright (L) 834 Kay Grey (UKIP): 401 Tracey Darnell (G): 105 Majority: 311 Turnout: 32.45pc Yarmouth North and Central (LAB hold) * MICK CASTLE (L) 871 James Bensly (C) 836 Chris Walch (UKIP) 700 Tony Harris (LD) 129 Majority: 35 Turnout: 27.69pc Lothingland (CON gain from Vacant) ANDY GRANT (C) 1331 Carl Annison (UKIP) 800 Cara Walker (L) 673 Majority: 531 Turnout: 31.17pc Breydon (CON gain from UKIP) Carl Smith (C) 1289 Trevor Wainwright (L) 795 * Alan Grey (UKIP) 619 Majority: 494 Turnout: 31pc Magdalen (LAB hold) * COLLEEN WALKER (L) 1062 Julia Miller (C) 739 John Ellerton (UKIP) 413 Majority: 323 Turnout: 27.27pc Yarmouth Nelson and Southtown (LAB gain from UKIP) MIKE SMITH-CLARE (L) 843 Peter Fitzgerald (UKIP) 562 George Rogers (C) 492 Lisa Alston (LD) 78 Majority: 281 Turnout 21.51pc North Norfolk Cromer (LIB DEM gain from CON) TIM ADAMS (LD) 1481 * Hilary Cox (C) 1310 Jane Worsdale (L) 255 John Digby (UKIP) 153 Mike Bossingham (G) 123 Majority: 171 Turnout: 40.96pc Fakenham (CON held) * TOM FITZPATRICK (C) 1321 Hugh Lanham (LD) 556 Jack Smith (UKIP) 202 Imogen Bruce (L) 352 Jenny Outred (G) 80 Majority: 765 Turnout: 30.76pc Holt (LIB DEM gain from UKIP) SARAG BUTIKOFER (LD) 1666 David Ward (C) 1455 Richard Kelham (L) 210 Terry Comber (UKIP) 202 Paula D’Attoma (G) 123 Majority: 211 Turnout: 50.57pc Hoveton and Stalham (CON held) * NIGEL DIXON (C) 1540 Philip Livesey (LD) 616 Mandy Mc Kenna (L) 301 Michael Macartney-Filgate (G) 119.
Majority: 924 Turnout: 35.23pc Melton Constable (LIB DEM gain from UKIP) STEFFAN AQUARONE (LD) 1549 Annie Calussen-Reynolds (C) 1129 * David Ramsbotham (UKIP) 409 Callum Ringer (L) 283 Alicia Hull (G) 80 Majority: 420 Turnout: 46.25pc Mundesley (IB DEM gain from CON) EDWARD MAXFIELD (LD) 1309 Fiona Turner (C) 1244 Ray Mooney (L) 240 Graham Jones (I) 109 Alexander Wood (UKIP) 107 Majority: 65 Turnout: 41.53pc North Walsham East (LIB DEM held) * ERIC SEWARD (LD) 1646 Alex Oliver (C) 829 Jacqui Cross (L) 261 Lynette Comber (UKIP) 177 Jo Todd (G) 107 Majority: 817 Turnout: 35.45pc North Walsham West and Erpingham (LIB DEM held) * JOHN TIMEWELL (LD) 1037 Glyn Williams (C) 926 David Spencer (L) 789 Irene Ramsbotham (UKIP) 141 Stephen Green (G) 113 Majority: 111 Turnout: 41.77pc.
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