Monthly Archives: January 2019

We must act NOW to support children’s mental health services

 Tomorrow I am at a conference about how we transition young people with mental health problems from their youth status into the adult mental health system. I’ll be speaking in part of it and chairing another part of. This Conference, … Continue reading

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International Holocaust Day reminds us that we must reach out to each other

Liberal Democrats were out in force today at the Liverpool Town Hall at the service to commemorate those who died in the genocides of Rwanda; Poland; Germany and elsewhere in massacres that continue to this day. We came to the … Continue reading

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Will the Council apologise for threatening us over Harthill being part of the Park?

Now that the dust has settled a bit on the great victory by LOGS in the High Court last week, I have expanded my questions. I have written to a senior officer at the council today asking for responses to … Continue reading

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Calderstones Park High Court judgement is victory for the many over the few.

I welcome today’s High Court judgement which will save part of Calderstones Park from being built on. I can only describe it as a victory of the People of Liverpool over the political elite that rules the Liverpool Town Hall. … Continue reading

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Action at last on stalled property developments in Liverpool & Manchester

I am delighted that the Serious Fraud Office in partnership with the North West Serious Crimes Unit and the Merseyside Police have today issued warrants in respect of people behind two Liverpool properties and the Angel Gate development in Manchester. … Continue reading

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Corbyn is definitely not the Messiah!!

Over the past 2 weekends we have knocked at getting on for 3,000 doors in Liverpool – I’ve knocked at a good number of these myself. What is extremely interesting to me is the response that we are getting on … Continue reading

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In praise of…… Families!

I’ve always been pleased to acknowledge that anything that I may have achieved in life can be put down to the family that I was born into and the one that I have helped build up during my lifetime. I … Continue reading

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A Beacon of Hope for the World from America

Let’s face it everyone, 2018 was not a good year for liberals in politics globally. In a year that saw the right-wing advance in Europe and South America and a particularly vicious strain of racism hit the United Kingdom. For … Continue reading

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