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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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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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Lib Dems to take an axe to bureaucracy in Liverpool

Liverpool’s Liberal Democrats will take an axe to political posts and bureaucracies should they gain power through the election of the City Mayor on May 7th. As part of our programme of letting local people comment and help us create … Continue reading

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What will happen on Thursday?

After six long, long weeks the 2019 General Election will be coming to an end at 22.00 on Thursday. Given the reliability of exit polls we will have a reasonable idea very shortly after that about what the new Parliament … Continue reading

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Katarina Johnson-Thompson – The new symbol for a new Liverpool?

I woke up this morning and was delighted to hear the stupendous results of Katarina Johnson-Thompson is winning gold in the World Championships last night. Others were even more excited. I understand that Joe Anderson stayed up to watch the … Continue reading

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Investment in transport in northern England far behind London

So, what should we make of today’s report from IPPR North about projected spending on transport in the North of England up to 2033? Lets first look at those figures: The north of England is set to receive £2,389 less … Continue reading

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Unleashing the power of women

For the past three days I have been at a global summit of World Merit, a charity which I chair, which encourages young people from all over the world to get involved in positive actions within their own community. They … Continue reading

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