Posted by: John Brace | 2nd January 2018

What were the top 10 most watched videos during an incredible 2017?

What were the top 10 most watched videos during an incredible 2017?

                                           

Cllr Phil Davies on Hoylake Golf Resort at Hoylake Community Centre 9th December 2017

Cllr Phil Davies on Hoylake Golf Resort at Hoylake Community Centre 9th December 2017

Happy New Year! So what were the ten most watched videos on this blog’s Youtube channel in 2017 (by minutes viewed)?


10 In reverse order, number ten was a video not filmed in 2017, but during the general election in 2015 when there was a well attended public consultation meeting in Saughall Massie about a proposed fire station.

Since then planning permission has been refused, then granted for a smaller fire station (a video associated with that decision is in the number six slot). Work hasn’t started, but is expected to later in 2018.

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Merseyside Fire & Rescue Service consultation meeting Saughall Massie 20th April 2015 Part 3 of 4


9 Number nine is a clip of the start of the last meeting of Wirral Council’s councillors. The reason for the interest was the debate on the large petition by the Wirral Needs Campaign. During the meeting there were chants of “Labour Council – listen to the public!” from the public gallery.

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Council (Wirral Council) 11th December 2017 Part 1 of 4



8 and 7 Numbers eight and seven are the start and end of Liverpool City Council’s Budget meeting back in March. Part way through the meeting the slide projector went wrong and the meeting later descended into bickering, denials, claims, counter-claims and the kind of behaviour the Lord Mayor doesn’t approve of. There was also the strange spectacle of senior management denying information that Liverpool City Council had released in response to a Freedom of Information request.

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Liverpool City Council (Budget) 8th March 2017 Part 1 of 5

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Liverpool City Council (Budget) 8th March 2017 Part 5 of 5



6 Six returns to the same topic as video ten, which is of Wirral Council’s Planning Committee’s site visit in July to Saughall Massie to do with the revised planning application for a fire station.

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Planning Committee (Wirral Council) site visit (APP/17/00306) 18th July 2017 Saughall Massie



5 I’ve little idea why this video (at the time of writing) has nearly 1,000 views but the topic of most of it is Wirral Council’s “commercial approach”.

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Business Overview and Scrutiny Committee (Wirral Council) 29th March 2017 Part 2 of 4



4 Earlier in 2017 there was a large explosion in New Ferry. This video is of a debate at Wirral Council on the issue of the response to it.

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Council (Wirral Council) 10th July 2017 Part 8 of 17 Support For New Ferry



3 In October 2017 Wirral Council’s Standards and Constitutional Oversight Committee discussed what to do about complaints made about Councillor Louise Reecejones following a Standards Panel meeting behind closed doors (on a rare split 2:1 vote) in June 2017.

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2 and 1 Two and one are clips of a well attended public meeting organised by Margaret Greenwood MP at Hoylake Community Centre in December 2017 about the Hoylake Golf Resort project.

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Hoylake Golf Resort public meeting 9th December 2017 Part 1 of 3

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Hoylake Golf Resort public meeting 9th December 2017 Part 2 of 3



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