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Why the Lib Dems are supporting a UCATT initiative

Jaguar Cars, produced in Liverpol City Region by an Indian owned company, will be one of the first to suffer if there international trade barriers put in place Two weeks ago I received an e-mail from the building trades union … Continue reading

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What Now for the Liverpool City Region?

This brilliant Liverpool panorama has been designed by my good friend Tom Maguire who has also designed a Scouse passport! Will it come to that? Possibly not but we should set our ambitions for the future high! So now the … Continue reading

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Where the hell do we go from here?

Liverpool had a large majority for staying in the EU on 23rd June Yesterday was, without any doubt, a dreadful day for the UK and Liverpool. But before I look at the consequences of that I want to thank Liverpool … Continue reading

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Europe – The most important vote in Liverpool this year

        Two Flags – One Country – One Future Some people might be surprised by this headline. “Surely”, they might say, “you’ve just been a candidate in the Mayoral Election. Wasn’t that important after all?” Of course the recent local … Continue reading

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A new Labour Leader – What does it mean in Liverpool?

The new Leader of Her Majesty’s Opposition! So the result is finally in. A man largely rejected by his fellow MPs and ending up on the ballot paper because people felt sorry for him has become leader of the Labour … Continue reading

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The Greek tragedy reaches its climax

  I love Greece. Erica and I, sometimes accompanied by assorted kids, have had a number of lovely holidays there. No-one can doubt the fact that at one time Greece was at the very epicentre of the ‘civilised’ world. I … Continue reading

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European Referendum? bring it on

You might wonder why I am thinking of Europe when I am sitting in an office in Brazil having been in the Middle East on 10 days ago! The answer is that every time I travel abroad I am increasingly … Continue reading

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