Of course, The Beatles famously knew how many holes it took to fill the Albert Hall. Here in modern-day Liverpool, we know how many potholes we need to fill – £400m worth of them.
The Guardian this week has written a number of articles about buyer-funded developments in the North of England, including in Liverpool. … More
Last night I was on BBC North West talking about the potholes in our city. I am pleased to say that … More
Mayor of Liverpool, Joe Anderson, explains why Liverpool City Council is exploring the option of providing a loan to Everton F.C. … More
One thing that unites our city most of all is that we hate injustice and unfairness – especially when it’s done … More
“When you’ve got nothing you’ve got nothing to lose”, sang Bob Dylan. Unfortunately that’s not true. When you’ve got nothing … More
No one should be in any doubt just how big a change to our national political and economic life Brexit will be. But domestic issues matter too – and they are falling off ministers’ agendas.
Liverpool City Council will meet on Wednesday and is an opportunity to discussion motions, or topics, that your local councillors feel … More
Liverpool is currently overseeing £13bn of regeneration schemes – so, as you’ll appreciate, there is a huge amount to say. Indeed, … More
Where has the year gone? Once again, as we face a brand new year, I look back on what we have … More