RE: Leader's Boards to go
Yes, agreed and all that, but I always felt that the seeming constant growth in regional bodies never helped accountability. I think there were always two problems. The first is that it made more distant the link between electorate and where (and how) decisions were made (and thus reduced transparency, clarity etc), and the second is that the logisitcs of regional scrutiny can be phenomenally complex, much more so than regionally based executive working.
I acknowledge the importance of regional working in many areas, but have a yearning in favour of simplicity, and in making the connection between the electorate and the decision as clear as possible.
Anyway, go for L'eaders. Makes it sound continental and sophisticated