Friday, February 29, 2008

Labour' vision for Liverpool goes from strength to strength

When I joined Labour's front bench last year as Policy Convenor, I had no idea how much work would be involved.

Bringing together previous manifestos and policy documents and updating them with new priorities by consulting with our Spokespeople, our councillors, candidates, local government, branch and constituency LP members, community groups, partners and agencies, holding workshops, presenting papers, matching them to national and local initiatives ....and making sure our Finance and Resources team have costed everything at each stage.

But we are nearly there now, I am really looking forward to the time when Joe Anderson officially launches Labour's vision for Liverpool - and the public can see a real choice between the people running (down) the worst council in Britain and a party properly ready and keen to serve this wonderful city.

I shall of course be loading it all on here in the fullness of time and you too can join the ranks of the consulted.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

(scouseboy) I hope the next Labour council (hopefully in May 08) will give genuine support for the forgotten residents of the North End of Liverpool. County and Warbreck, the ward in which I live, in particular have been systematically negleted by the Lib Dems.