The ‘elite’ need May, or more specifically the Tories, to continue their privatisation and cuts plan. They see Brexit as the opportunity to push through a sort of ‘shock doctrine’*, bringing in fundamental and irreversible change to the way society is run. (more…)
The last Saturday in March and it looked and felt like a glorious Spring day. With due diligence I arrived in town early and enjoyed the sunshine and banter as the other day trippers began to gather. (more…)
Kev Lea reviews the play set in 1943 occupied Guernsey.
The Playhouse, the venue for tonight’s play, is beautifully preserved in my view. Whilst outside and in the foyer has been modernised, the actual theatre and decor, remain in the past. I absorbed the ambience by sitting on my own for a while before the play started, trying to encapsulate the atmosphere of this historic building. The lights dimmed and went bright briefly, indicating to the punters, tonight’s play was about to begin.
Would you like to swing on a star,
Carry moonbeams home in a jar,
And be better off than you are?
Or would you rather be a Trump? (more…)
Hope University, Shaw Street
16th October 2014
Reviewed by Tom Bottle
Thirty years on the road Delta Saxophone Quartet are serious musicians who individually moonlight in the West End and tour with Kylie Minogue. Anyone can see what they do takes impressive discipline and practice but it’s this work ethic that seems to come before the music. Like a maths teacher saying, (more…)
I’m trying to get my head around how Liverpool City Councillors can refuse to break the law and break the law at the same time. This is a sort of cognitive dissonance, where two opposing positions can be held; when cuts can be voted for by people who opposed them. (more…)
turned out nice again
Dixon of dock green dream, as seen weekly on your tv screen
Was never really here, never has been
Transformed ghostly tv myth of the bobby on the beat
keeping good people safe now, crime in retreat. Reality shudders into focus on this day (more…)