Tag Archives: Liverpool Labour Party

Onwards and upwards – seat by seat!

I hope that this blog makes sense! Yesterday I was working for 22 hours (well the last two of those hours were watching the results on the BBC). Locally, we had hoped for three gains and were a very sad … Continue reading

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Labour’s wilting Rose in Liverpool

On Wednesday night I sat contemplating some of our Liverpool Lib Dem team as they started stuffing envelopes, having just come in from door knocking or delivering. Most of our councillors were there and some of our key target ward … Continue reading

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Debates – the missing element of Liverpool politics

Three things have made me think of the nature of Liverpool politics recently. The first is the discussions, which have already been mentioned by Mayor Anderson, about changes in the way we hold council meetings. The second is the failure … Continue reading

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Liberal Democrats Demand Better

This time last year Liverpool Lib Dems produced a detailed manifesto for the 2018 local elections. Nothing surprising about that you might think because that is what political parties should do before an election. The surprise, however, was that no … Continue reading

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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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Cllr Kay Davies joins Liverpool Lib Dems

Liam Thorp listening to Cllr Kay Davies as she explain her reasons for joining the Liverpool  Lib Dems for the Liverpool Echo Cllr Kay Davies who left the Labour Party in August has taken a further step in her political … Continue reading

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