Monthly Archives: October 2019

Why we welcomed Jeremy Corbyn to Liverpool

Yesterday was an interesting day in Liverpool. Everyone will know about the vote in Parliament and the big rally but there are interesting details that have not been fully looked at. It is clear that unlike the Lib Dems the … Continue reading

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Liverpool Labour becomes a tragic Soap Opera!

Well what a day it was in Liverpool yesterday for the Labour Party. All seemed normal (for Liverpool Labour that is!) when the Council meeting started at 5 p.m. The first thing that was instantly noticeable was that more than … Continue reading

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Where do the Parties Stand on Brexit?

As we approach the crucial votes on Saturday over our future with Europe, I have tried to sum up for myself where the main English Parties stand on the issue. I omit Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland not because of … Continue reading

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Change sterile grass areas into wildflower havens

My colleague, Cllr Mirna Juarez, has tabled a motion to the first meeting of the Climate Change Select Committee of Liverpool Council asking for a review of all grass verges and spaces between dual carriageways in Liverpool, with a view … Continue reading

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Why do some people hate ‘Love Wavertree’?

In September I attended a great event in Wavertree High Street when the road was closed (perfectly legally!) and the community took over the space for 6 hours. Everyone who was there seemed to enjoy it. Some local traders including … Continue reading

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Council urged to tackle food waste which costs average Liverpool family £500 a year

Liverpool Lib Dems are taking the climate change emergency seriously. Although the Council has failed to call a meeting of the Climate Change Select Committee to establish a work programme our Lib Dem team has been at work looking at … Continue reading

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Katarina Johnson-Thompson – The new symbol for a new Liverpool?

I woke up this morning and was delighted to hear the stupendous results of Katarina Johnson-Thompson is winning gold in the World Championships last night. Others were even more excited. I understand that Joe Anderson stayed up to watch the … Continue reading

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