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‘Opt out today to save your medical information from the Great NHS Data Grab’

‘Opt out today to save your medical information from the Great NHS Data Grab’

Liverpool Green Party today (Monday July 26) warns that it’s less than a month to the ‘Great NHS Data Grab’ which threatens to share people’s most personal medical information with private companies. It urged new health secretary Sajid Javid to dismantle the toxic legacy left by his predecessor Matt Hancock by scrapping the proposed Great […]

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Green councillors urge Mayor Anderson to be bold and bar arms dealers from the city

Green councillors urge Mayor Anderson to be bold and bar arms dealers from the city

Green councillors today (Wednesday July 21) urged new Labour Mayor Joanne Anderson to be bold and back a ban on an international arms fair planned for October in the council-owned Exhibition Centre. They welcomed the Mayor’s recognition that Electronic Warfare Europe is a major arms fair bringing together weapons merchants and ‘some of the most […]

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Greenbank Greens demand end to Watering Can park development

Dan Fieldsend and Cllr Lawrence Brown outside Greenbank Park Greenbank Green councillor Lawrence Brown today (Thursday February 24) called on the council to back local residents opposed to the extension of the Watering Can café into the local park’s memorial walled garden. Greenbank Park was bought for the people of Liverpool in 1897 from the […]

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City left leaderless and rudderless as Labour descends into chaos

Liverpool City Council Green Group leader Tom Crone today (Tuesday February 23) called for a ‘Clean-hands Cabinet’ to lead the city out of the chaos caused by Labour dropping Acting Mayor and two other leading councillors as candidates for elections in May. Cllr Crone said: ‘The city has been left leaderless and rudderless. Labour has […]

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Green candidates call for elections delay to protect public after campaigning ban

Liverpool Green Party today (Friday February 5) called for May’s local elections to be postponed to protect the public and democracy. The call came after the Cabinet Office said the elections would go ahead but with restrictions on campaigning and support to get voters to the polls. The party, which is fielding council candidates across […]

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Sefton Park: Council goes ahead despite it all

A few weeks ago we reported that Liverpool City Council was planning to dispose of a Local Wildlife Site in Sefton Park to expand the Cricket Club. We provided details here.  We’ve nothing against cricket as such, but protecting wildlife is essential, and Britain is one of the worst countries for destroying it. This article in the Independent describes why […]

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