Monthly Archives: March 2018

Everton FC needs a Plan B for a new stadium

Thanks to the Liverpool Echo for this picture which really sums up the difficulties that EFC will have in developing this old dock for a new stadium Three weeks ago, I did a blog about the problems which could occur … Continue reading

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Uncle Joe loses his Mo-Jo!

This man is supposed to be the Mayor of Liverpool. He behaves  much more like the Clown Prince! There comes a time in most political cycles when you can feel the change coming. It’s a bit like a storm. It … Continue reading

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Small World in which Peter Kilfoyle and I agree yet again!!

Peter Kilfoyle yet again hits out at the state of Labour in Liverpool. You might see his words of wisdom repeated in Focus!! This is yet another spot on blog by former Labour Minister and Liverpool Walton MP, Peter Kilfoyle. … Continue reading

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Let the teachers teach and the pupils learn!

Classrooms like this should be places where young people (and the not so young) acquire a thirst for knowledge rather than understanding the techniques to pass exams. At our recent Spring Conference, the Liberal Democrats passed what I believe to … Continue reading

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The North West’s Two Metro Mayors add little to the development of Liverpool and Manchester City Regions

                              Mayor Andy Burnham                                  Mayor Steve Rotheram Greater Manchester    … Continue reading

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Changing the meaning and purpose of housing

The type of housing build shown here is a direct result of us treating housing as an asset and not a home At our conference over the last weekend we looked at a number of policy areas and I must … Continue reading

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Some thoughts from a male leader on International Women’s Day

Lib Dem Daisy (Benson) has been my ‘muse’ for this set of reflections from a male viewpoint on International Women’s Day Let me make clear from the start that if you don’t like this blog don’t blame me blame Daisy … Continue reading

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