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If I ruled the World!!

If you ask me why I carry on fighting after 51 years in politics and 36 as a councillor its for these muck-tubs. I want a  good future for my children, grandchildren and for yours One of the problems with … Continue reading

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Changing the meaning and purpose of housing

The type of housing build shown here is a direct result of us treating housing as an asset and not a home At our conference over the last weekend we looked at a number of policy areas and I must … Continue reading

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This housing is too good for them!

The Film the Riot Club portrayed the life of the out of touch rich and wealthy that grew up to be Tory Ministers! I’ve been following with interest the discussions about housing and in particular the discussions about Right to … Continue reading

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The proof from the council that we don’t need to build on parks

For the past three years I have claimed that there is no need to build on our parks and green spaces because there is already enough room in the city to build homes for 70,000+ people. I have always found … Continue reading

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Tory Housing Policy is a Joke (But a dangerous one!)

No not my idea of perfect housing but a South American Favella Sometimes you oppose a policy because you just disagree with it. Sometimes you oppose it because it has been incompetently produced and will not be capable of being … Continue reading

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Shedrow Homes must Come clean on Sefton Park Consultation

Last week Redrow Homes had a consultation exercise on their proposed development of part of Sefton Park. No-one asked them to do this; no-one made them do this bug they chose to do this of their own accord. Presumably on … Continue reading

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“Shirley Porter reloaded”. My view of the Policy Exchange Report

I get increasingly upset by the quality of reports coming out of most think tanks. They come up with stuff that cannot be used practically, which is insular and which takes no real account of the problems of ruining major … Continue reading

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