Monthly Archives: October 2013

The Loathsome Tesco’s or the virtuous Poundland?

Last Saturday a brand new Poundland opened up on Allerton Road, the main shopping area in my Church Ward. Some people were very sniffy about a Poundland opening. I suggest that they go and have a look at this bright … Continue reading

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Paul Brant – A sad Loss to Liverpool

No-one was more shocked, saddened and disappointed by the news on Monday night that Paul Brant had resigned from Liverpool Council than me. I don’t know why he felt he had to resign and I have no intention of speculating … Continue reading

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Trident and Councils

I know that some of beloved readers will think I am straying far from my role as a councillor when I have the temerity to do a blog about nuclear bombs and the Trident replacement programme. But there are a … Continue reading

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Preparing for Halloween and Bonfire Night in South Liverpool

A message from Inspector Andy Wignall, Allerton Police Station Dear All, Adopt a Street Project Every year during the bonfire period from 15th October – 7th November many lives across Liverpool are disrupted through anti-social behaviour (ASB). This ASB can … Continue reading

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Abolishing Bus Lanes – Another Anderson Blunder

Sometimes you just have to pinch yourself in Liverpool to be sure that something is happening because you cannot believe what you see, hear or read. So I took a large piece of flesh (mind your own business) and pinched … Continue reading

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