Monthly Archives: March 2012

Some recent thoughts from Veteran Commentator Larry Nield

That quiet liverpool plan Larry Neild on a new marketing plan for Liverpool. Hang on didn’t we have one of these the other day? WITHOUT so much as a ticker-tape welcome, cheerleaders or Uncle Sam razzmatzz, Liverpool today announced its … Continue reading

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Luxury Car Scandal Rocks Liverpool Labour

Dolly Parton’s favourite tune might well have been ‘Lord won’t you buy me a Mercedes Benz?’ but when it comes to luxury cars all you need to do is work for Liverpool City Council. Every tax payer should react with … Continue reading

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The drug of choice that costs and kills

As readers of my blog know well I am not always a great supporter of things that David Cameron says BUT I am 100% behind him on the need to put an end to the misery caused by senseless over … Continue reading

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Keeping our Cash in Liverpool

Liverpool as a City creates a lot of wealth. 110,000 people work in our city centre of which only half come from the city itself. 80% of the top earners in the city live outside it. Inside the city there … Continue reading

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10 white men looking for a job

I didn’t go to the meeting on Monday for mayoral candidates but my agent confirmed my worst fears. If Phil Redmond, the BNP and English Democrats all put up a candidate then all the 10 candidates will be white men … Continue reading

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Taming the Tiger

Some people have accused me of hypocrisy for standing for the position of elected mayor when I clearly do not believe that such a position should exist. It should be noted, however that all 4 candidates for the mayoralty who … Continue reading

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A new source of funding for Liverpool

I was delighted to see that the Local Government Association issued a report to the Government this week calling for powers to enable councils to create local investment bonds to boost local growth and enterprise. This follows on from work … Continue reading

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