Category Archives: history

20mph city speed-limit a bad thing? Look at this map of Crosby & Sefton.

This is a map of the Crosby area and surrounding districts. It shows all the fatalities on our local roads between 1999 and 2010. It is a screen-capture from the BBc website :- Every death on every road in Great … Continue reading

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LibDEm/Tory Cameron -Immigration-Medhi Hassan

Cameron the so called leader of this sham of an excuse for a government has been babbling on to his millionaire chums about immigration and how immigrants should all speak English. I can declare I am the son of an … Continue reading

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Noriyuki SHIKATA:- Latest statement from Government of Japan on twitter

Name Noriyuki SHIKATA Location Tokyo, Japan Web http://www.kantei… Bio Deputy Cabinet Secretary for Public Relations, Director of Global Communications at Prime Minister’s Office of Japan. Worked for Ministry of Foreign Affairs. No need to leave Tokyo. RT @japantimes Tokyo has … Continue reading

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Working Class Music festival

fred Roberts passed me this link to and the Liverpool Working Class life and music festival. I particularly fancy the Liverpool Acoustic gig at the Sefton Park, palm House on 22nd April.with Leon Rosselon. He penned some great songs over … Continue reading

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Co-operative movement Join the revolution

In honour of our own College Road Co-Operative shop here is their advert reminding customers where they started. The Co-Operative Party works in partnership with the Labour Party as its sister party to achieve these ends. There are currently 28 … Continue reading

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Labour party election Video?

(Anuerin Bevan, Kier Hardie and Tony Benn  ‘N.P.O.’ Four of the 21 arrested and jailed women of the 1912 Liverpool, Garston  ‘Bobbin strikers’ Jailed Poplar Councillors from 1921  Millie Lansbury, Jeannie MacKay, Susan Lawrence and  Nellie Cressall, refused to set … Continue reading

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