The Lucas Plan was a bold endeavour by workers to swap from designing and making weapons of war, to socially useful products such as wind turbines, kidney machines and electric cars.
Joe Anderson has pledged not to introduce any more cuts. Ritchie Hunter asks if we can believe him.
Ritchie Hunter looks at the contradictory messages coming from the Liverpool City Council which wants to grow an economy and tackle the climate emergency at the same time.
Uncle Joe’s claims that the Liverpool City Council are to build their first council houses for 30 years turns out to be disingenuous to say the least.
Ritchie Hunter reports on campaign to stop Fire Stations in Liverpool City Centre and Wallasey from being closed for 12 hours at night.
Review of Rob Newman on the Total Eclipse of Descartes Tour at the Laughter House in Liverpool.
Ritchie Hunter reviews the exhibition Red October People’s Gallery, public art with a revolutionary message, on display on Temple Street till 20th December.
Ritchie Hunter reviews the exhibition, Liverpool: A City of Protest, on at Constellations till 13th August.
Staff and students have united against cuts, as the management of Liverpool City College continue to attack the conditions of staff.
Recent gains by workers in low paid, precarious jobs, show they are getting organised.
Ritchie Hunter reviews After the Flood, the concert by Neil Campbell and friends at the Liverpool Philharmonic Music Room.
Ritchie Hunter reviews the film The Happy Lands, shown at the Plaza to mark the 90th Anniversary of the General Strike.
A song by Ritchie Hunter about Bob Lambert, who is probably the most notorious of the undercover police spies who infiltrated completely legitimate protest and campaigning groups.
Why have all the Merseyside ‘Labour’ Council leaders signed a devolution agreement with George Osborne and Robert Hough, of Peel Holdings?
Ritchie Hunter gives his take on the hype surrounding the funeral of the freedom fighter Nelson Mandela.