Monthly Archives: December 2018

Will Corbyn find a spine this week?

Over the past two weekends I have been out with pro EU campaigners from all Parties and none talking to the people of Liverpool about the EU and our membership of it. This has always been a relatively easy job … Continue reading

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Reinvigorated by our World Merit Global Ambassadors

Sometimes, just sometimes, I feel a little jaded. A feeling of déjà vu overtakes me when I think I am sure that I have done this before and then really remember that I have. 51 years in politics is a … Continue reading

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Talk to your MP and demand a People’s Vote

Today Alisha Lewis and I went to support those people who are campaigning to get a “Peoples Vote” or, as Vince Cable puts it, a first referendum on the facts! Lime Street was both wet and windy but that did … Continue reading

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What Next for Calderstones Park’s ‘Depot site’?

Its now four weeks since the Judicial Review into the planning applications allowed by the Council on Calderstones Park took place at the High Court in Manchester. The local community through LOGS did a marvellous job raising £40,000 for the … Continue reading

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Together we can, “Save our High Streets”

The 1st December was National Small Business Day. To help that day Lib Dems in Liverpool have tweeted about our favourite shops in our areas which are run by local people for local people. We are doing it using the hashtag … Continue reading

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