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  • What has David Icke got to do with governments making people take an experimental vaccine, Steve? Is it not an experimental vaccine? Do you know how many people have died of Covid, under 55 without a co-morbidity (it’s the govt website - you can check if you’re bothered)? Should people not have a choice? If you want debate why coercion is wrong and anti-democratic then feel free but don’t start throwing well worn, media cliches at me….it’s a sign of low intelligence. And P.s. I’ve had all my real vaccines, my wife has had two Pfizer shots as has my mother. My father passed away from a virus late 2019, which could have been Covid as he was also on a ventilator. He also had multiple myeloma and was immune compromised....
    Nick Page in Plans for double-vaccination required to attend Premier League games
  • Dave #58, when you log on to the app & it updates your details, like Rob mine now says 26th August, there's also an option to download a PDF copy &/or receive an offline copy by email....
    Dennis Stevens in Plans for double-vaccination required to attend Premier League games
  • Hey guys, don't get me wrong here, I don't disagree with what the council has done, but wanted to highlight Peel's role in all this. It's Everton taking the flak in the guardian and Peel hardly gets a mention. As for the council, let's see how it all looks once the dust settles on what the previous mayor may or may not have been up to in the allegations that led to his political demise....
    Steve Ferns in Everton take ownership of Bramley-Moore Dock
  • Steve,As far as I can see the loss of WHS has been a long time coming, long before Everton were involved, and has finally arrived. The developments that have already taken place over a number of years are the ones that have been criticised the most in the articles. UNESCO, effectively warned the City several years ago as I understand it, when they put it on the at risk list. (They’ve just done the same to Stonehenge)Peel are the real winners in this, although it will be interesting to see how the new Council officers and the Commissioners will play it.I’m not convinced that this is even about the Stadium, which will go ahead regardless.I’m not sure that the opinion is that of the Guardian, and I’ve not seen an Editorial on the subject as yet, although I’ve not been looking for one, nor have I seen any rebuttal articles, from anybody so far. I’m sure they would be happy to print one....
    Chris Williams in Everton take ownership of Bramley-Moore Dock
  • Steve, I’m one of LCC’s biggest critics when it comes to their indifference regarding our architectural heritage. For decades they turned a blind eye to the tearing down of some beautiful buildings only to replace them with some concrete monstrosities. On this matter though, I agree with their decision to redevelop the north bank to breathe life back into devastated (drugs, unemployment) communities. Yes, it’s a Faustian deal with Peel but what are the alternatives? Will UNESCO, Heritage England, The Red Brick Society, Save the Mersey Tadpole Liberation Army etc…find the monies to redevelop this abandoned part of Liverpool? Probably not...
    Colin Glassar in Everton take ownership of Bramley-Moore Dock
  • Steve, LCC had no choice as they haven’t had the finances to do the necessary restoration. They also probably realised that there would not be the investment and jobs brought to the City if they were left as monuments....
    Mike Benjamin in Everton take ownership of Bramley-Moore Dock
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