Tag Archives: Withdrawal agreement

The UK becomes a rule taker and not a rule maker

Of all the myths that were promoted during the referendum and which are still being propagated today is the one about the sovereign nation and our need to become one. There is no such thing as a sovereign nation. We … Continue reading

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Mersey Port Health Problems Show Johnson’s ‘Oven Ready Deal’ is still in the Deep Freeze

I found out at a meeting of the Mersey Port Health Authority last week that the Port  will face major problems from 1st January After questioning from me, the Chief Port Health Officer, Mercola Douglas revealed two main problems: Firstly, … Continue reading

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Liverpool will always be a major European City

At its meeting on 15th January Liverpool City Council overwhelmingly passed a motion from the City’s Liberal Democrats which not only declared that Liverpool is and will remain a major European City but would take steps to increase and improve … Continue reading

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Liverpool will always be a major European City

Liverpool is and always will be a major European City. No matter what damage will be caused to our city by the irrational, half-witted and ill-informed decision by Parliament to leave the EU – a process which will only start … Continue reading

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Brexit won’t be over for years

One of the most common comments I have heard in the past few months about Brexit is, “I just want it to be over”. This sentiment has come from people who want to leave and people who want to remain. … Continue reading

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Give us the details of Liverpool’s own Yellow Hammer report

I have written to the Council’s Chief Executive asking him to give details of the contingency plans being drawn up by the Council and its partners in the City to deal with the effects of Brexit, especially in the short … Continue reading

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