What is wrong with adding the word Whittaker to an article about a letter sent by John Whittaker about Liverpool Waters the scheme that has put Liverpool on the World Heritage In Danger list. Most people have known its Trinity "Smoking" Mirror with a vested interest but how bad is this when they open up a forum and the censor it. To those in the know, to call this tacky little toerag a paper has always been stretching it but now in the Internet age they are playing all the usual tricks. Remember when they did not print an article about the Duke of Westminster the biggest landowner in the city centre allegedly being named as a £2000 a night "escort" user. It was all over the national papers and not a dicky bird in the Daily Ghost. No wonder it died a slow death because most people knew it had been corrupted. Polluted by the stench of invested interests that should not be allowed in village Liverpool.
So now you cant mention the name of another property mogul in a weak livered press capsule that is so full of invested interests that it stinks to high water. http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/liverpool-news/local-news/2012/08/22/liverpool-waters-skyscraper-scheme-could-start-in-2013-100252-31670478/ This is the article try it yourself................try and get past the censors at Trinity Smoking Mirror Groups joke of an online forum.
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The article by Malcolm Kennedy the great city council regenerators mate David Bartlett and contains a link to a letter probably written by Lindsey Ashworth but signed by John Whittaker. http://blogs.liverpooldailypost.co.uk/dalestreetblues/2012/08/in-full-peel-chairman-john-whi.html
No wonder nobody buys the garbage that they print and even the free stuff on the Internet is manipulated, what a disgrace. In this day and age the people of Liverpool are far too wise than to let the despicable people who pick their own news dictate to them what they can and cant write.
And to think this was in response to John Whittaker as head of Peel Holdings being called out in the commons by Jack Straw
A property developer has used "legal subterfuge" to try to force through redevelopment plans for a Lancashire retail park, claims Jack Straw MP.
The Blackburn MP was leading a Commons debate on Peel Holdings' bid to sell a greater variety of goods at Whitebirk, between Blackburn and Accrington.
He said it could "undermine" government plans to rejuvenate town centres.
Here is what the Lancashire Telegraph has to say. click on the links.
In the meantime most Trinity "Smoking" Mirrors, local Editors are out to lunch with Peel Holdings lapping up the dog biscuits discarded at the top table by Joe Anderson and Peels invisible Chinese Investors telling everyone how great they are when they are not.
A disgrace they should be ashamed of themselves in bringing down the name of journalism to a cowardly level.
http://www.theyworkforyou.com/debates/?id=2012-05-16d.662.0 Here is the full debate because you wont get it in the Echo.