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ST DAVID'S TAKES ON GOLIATHS

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The lord chancellor has received applications from 16 cities hoping to win the the right to a lord mayor. ...
The lord chancellor has received applications from 16 cities hoping to win the the right to a lord mayor.

One city will be granted the honour of using the title of lord mayor to mark the Queen's golden jubilee next year. The result will be announced early next year.

St David's, Pembrokeshire, the smallest city in Britain, is one of those being considered for the honour.

The tiny city, which has a winter population of only 1,200, will be competing against heavyweights such as Bath and Cambridge.
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