Monthly Archives: June 2019

What happens the day after the next General Election?

In a recent Blog I spoke about the potential end of two-Party politics. Since then we have had three more opinion polls with Lib Dems ranging from first with 30% to fourth with 19%. What doesn’t change is the fact … Continue reading

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Liverpool’s iconic World Heritage Status threatened again by council inaction

Next week the UNESCO World Heritage Committee meet and on their agenda for the 8th time is a report on Liverpool’s World Heritage Status. Worryingly, our iconic status of a World Heritage Site is under threat once again because of … Continue reading

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Action for climate change at a Local Level

As most people now know Liverpool Council will have a meeting on 17th July devoted, apart from some statutory business, to climate change. This is a hugely important topic and is probably the most important topic facing the World as … Continue reading

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We must all report Domestic Abuse

If I was in my house and could clearly hear a fight going on and a woman clearly in distress because of the behaviour of a man what is my duty as a citizen? I have absolutely no doubt that … Continue reading

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Is two-party politics dead?

We’ve now had four opinion polls in a row which have put the Lib Dems in second place behind Brexit and in front of both Tory and Labour parties. This is not a flash in the pan! Real votes have … Continue reading

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What’s it like to be a Lib Dem member?

Tonight, we are having an event in the City Centre to welcome to the Party the new members and registered supporters who have joined our Party in Liverpool since Christmas. A very large number of people and marvellously diverse. All … Continue reading

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Action for Zero suicides

This year I have attended and spoken at or participated in a large number of events relating to the problems of suicide. This is a much larger problem than people might think although ‘only’ about 6,500 people die by suicide … Continue reading

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