Monthly Archives: February 2013

Labour’s consultation shame in Liverpool

I hope that regular readers of my blog will forgive me for returning once again to the subject of Liverpool’s bins and recycling.this time there is a new twist – the shame of Labour’s lack of belief in genuine consultation … Continue reading

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Women in Today’s Society

Fools rush in where angels fear to tread they say so it is with some trepidation that my blog today is about women in society. Clearly this has been a bad news week for men! A cardinal has resigned and … Continue reading

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Good Investments for Local Councils

The longer-serving of my blog readers will recall a posting last year that I had met some ‘nice men in the city’. Well I can now reveal that they are not only nice but clever! CCLA is an investment company … Continue reading

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Liverpool’s Budget – blowing away the smoke and polishing the mirrors.

So now we have the final recommendation from the Mayor about next year’s budget and what does it actually reveal? Firstly let us look behind the headlines and get some facts. There have not been £32 million of cuts or … Continue reading

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Mayor of Liverpool loses (self) control!

Dear Mayor Anderson, Thank you for your somewhat intemperate e-mail to which I now respond. I have no need to shift the blame for leaks to the Labour Group because that is where they originate. Since the private and confidential … Continue reading

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