LABOUR councillors on Greenwich Council will hold internal elections next week to decide who they want as their leader.
Current leader, Chris Roberts, is expected to face competition for the job from his cabinet colleague, John Fahy, as was first reported earlier this week by the News Shopper.
Other senior positions within the group, such as the deputy leadership and cabinet jobs, will also be determined by secret ballot at the Annual General Meeting, due to be held at the Town Hall on Monday evening.
As the ruling group on the council, the winner of the Labour group leadership will also become the Leader of the Council.
Chris Roberts has been the Labour group leader, and Leader of the Council, for over a decade and represents the Glyndon ward.
John Fahy was elected to the council in 1990 and is currently the cabinet member in charge of Culture and the Olympics and is a councillor in the Woolwich Riverside ward.