An radio article by Nick Ravenscroft went out at 5 p.m on Radio 4.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/i/b0174dzw/ 44 minutes 50 seconds slide the bar across to listen to the well put together article.
Yesterday was a busy day with Unesco inspectors being in Liverpool.
Joe Anderson says a cerificate on the wall will not stop him developing the docks, now we get down to the real bottom of his thoughts, he spoke at as a keynote speaker at Downtown Liverpool event
I informed the local press of these comments, but as yet they have not printed it.
BBC Northwest tonight did a fair old piece http://www.bbc.co.uk/i/b0176nfw/ 5 minutes into the programme.
Granada reports did a very good take on the situation Rob Smith doing the reporting.
If it wasn’t for your help today I was considering committing suicide. I can’t take anymore. Today’s demo. - Originally posted on The poor side of life: Today was extremely busy, mainly because we now have a new influx of people needing help that had previously be...