Campaigners for a Bath referendum
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Countdown to Bath's mayoral referendum

Campaigners are out in force in the run up to the mayoral referendum in Bath next Thursday.

Supporters of the referendum say the city needs a mayor to give local government more visibility.

Council leader, Conservative Tim Warren, said having a mayor would be "costly, unnecessary and another layer of bureaucracy".

BBC Points West political editor Paul Barltrop has met campaigners in both camps.

  • 04 Mar 2016