Ritchie Hunter writes about Liverpool City Council and the electronic arms fair due to take place in Liverpool in October.
Liverpool City Council
The campaign to keep All One Stop Shops continues, even though the service is ended, jobs are lost and the buildings go up for sale.
In a limbo world, changed forever by Covid, more community involvement, accountability and democracy is needed. However, the government and some local politicians have other ideas.
Ritchie Hunter on Liverpool City Council’s plans to shut the remaining four One Stop Shops and replace them with ‘pop-up’ shops.
Liverpool City Council say they can’t afford to run two care homes. But can they afford not to?
Joe Anderson finally stopped plans for a zip-wire to the Central Library, but has left plenty of questions unanswered.
£8m care homes will close because Liverpool City Council can’t afford to pay the workers!
Two council-built care homes in Liverpool have gone bust, leaving 83 families scrambling to find homes for their loved ones. But why did the council allow a private company to run these homes, and what should they do now?
Ritchie Hunter looks at the plan agreed by Liverpool City Council’s ‘virtual’ planning committee to have a 450 foot zip wire stretching from St John’s Beacon to the roof of Central Library.
Ritchie Hunter examines Operation Greyhound, the plan to “steer the city through the coronavirus crisis and prepare for a post-Brexit world”.
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.
A public meeting has been called for Tuesday 1 October in the St Michael’s area to form an 82 Bus Action Group to oppose the re-direction of bus routes planned for January 2020.
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.
Local residents of Old Hall Street were shocked and distressed yesterday to find that work on Bixteth Street Gardens has already begun.
Campaigners were dealt a blow on Tuesday when Liverpool City Council’s Planning Committee voted to demolish a much loved community space in the business district.
Lisa Worth writes about the threat to Bixteth Gardens, one of only two green spaces in the commercial district of Liverpool city centre.