Category Archives: Liverpool Politics

We should say what we mean and mean what we say

Its amazing how people talk big on social media but don’t follow up in the real world. This occurred to me this morning when I read a Tweet that a Cabinet member in Liverpool, “said some time ago that the … Continue reading

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What’s the momentum of Momentum?

At our last Council meeting before the elections in Liverpool Councillors who have given more than 8 years’ service and will not be standing for re-election are allowed to speak for two minutes to say their good byes. This provided … Continue reading

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The student politics of Liverpool Labour

It is, regrettably, many years now since I was a student. I went to Leeds Poly already a committed member of the Liberal Party and felt I ought to take part in student politics. But I never did. They were … Continue reading

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Allerton Priory – the Campaign for green spaces continues

Tomorrow, 17th February, I will be attending a demo against the callous decision to allow Redrow Homes to build on part of the South Liverpool green wedge. Before I go into the details of this I just want to comment … 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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