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Botches; boobs and U-Turns. The story of Labour in Liverpool

In the past few weeks Labour, led by Joe Anderson, has committed three huge U-turns in Liverpool. In all three of them Mayor Anderson finally made the right decision but only after creating much misery, upset and annoyance in the … Continue reading

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Questions to the Council about Brushwood & Millvina; ‘Invest to Save’ and many more

Yesterday I held my six-weekly 1:1 with a senior officer of the Council. I only get an hour and as you might guess I have a lot to ask and discuss. I use the time to highlight issues because the … Continue reading

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Why Liverpool’s Heritage is a Job Creator not a Job Destroyer

Over the past few years, I have had to defend Liverpool’s heritage at no time more so than the past few weeks as we have considered as a City the potential zipwire for the William Brown Street area. Those of … Continue reading

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We need full and public scrutiny of any zip wire decision

I’ve written today to the Chief Executive of Liverpool Council asking for a full scrutiny of the proposal to have a Zipwire at Central Library before the Council enters into a contract with the Zipwire Company. This follows a major … Continue reading

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