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Taking Liverpool Forward after the Virus

Earlier today I sent the letter below to Mayor Anderson and followed this up with a phone conversation this afternoon. I am pleased to say that he is in full agreement as to the need to get Liverpool on the … Continue reading

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WE MUST AVOID THE PREVIOUS ERRORS OF SOCIALISING LOSSES AND PRIVATISING GAINS

Radix are a think tank of which I thoroughly approve. Existing to service the intellectual processes of the radical centre it continually produces thought promoting stuff. This is a guest blog that they have written to start us thinking about … Continue reading

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Looking into the future – How will Coronavirus change our way of life?

In my last blog I looked at the environmental improvements that we might make if we learn the lessons of the coronavirus lock down. In this blog I am trying to begin to think through what this might mean in … Continue reading

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Could the Coronavirus save the World?!

This may seem a peculiar thing to say whilst globally we are fighting a virus which is now, and will be until a vaccine is produced, a killer. I am not hoping, as some clearly do, that this will kill … Continue reading

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This is the advice given by NHS to GPs which explains what they are doing

This is the advice from the NHS that our local GPs are working to. It explains why they are working in the way they are working. They need to keep themselves safe so that they can serve us all properly … Continue reading

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Advice to Church Ward residents from your local Councillors

Some Coronavirus Advice from your Local Councillors Andrew Makinson, Liz Makinson & Richard Kemp To assist our residents, we have looked around at the best advice available on how to live our lives for the next few months. Most people … Continue reading

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Why is 70 the trigger age for the Coronavirus?

Three things have been making me think about the ageing process lately. Firstly, Iā€™m getting old myself. Although this is at the standard rate of 24 hours a day, I have got a fair number of days under my belt … Continue reading

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