Cabinet meeting – 14th April 2011 – Election Special Edition – Part 2 – NHS questions

In conclusion he said that change was the only constant, stressed the importance of the Health and Wellbeing Board, said that there was a constant focus on interagency working and that the footprint (meaning the population a hospital served) would be changing. Cllr Green spoke about the partnership work and referred to his role as…… Continue reading Cabinet meeting – 14th April 2011 – Election Special Edition – Part 2 – NHS questions

Cabinet meeting – 14th April 2011 – Election Special Edition – Part 1

Tonight you could tell an election was in the air as Cllr Green joked with Cllr Clarke over leaflet deliveries, a sense of de ja vu as Cllr Kelly returns to the Cabinet and some surreal humour about dreams as well as a good smattering that has at times been missing from previous (sometimes lengthy)…… Continue reading Cabinet meeting – 14th April 2011 – Election Special Edition – Part 1

Another sunny day in Bidston talking to voters

I spent another morning talking to postal voters (who should be receiving their ballot papers in the next week). Today is the last day for postal vote applications. There were many wishing the Lib Dems well on the doorstep and it is clear that the Conservatives will come a poor third in this election. Out…… Continue reading Another sunny day in Bidston talking to voters