LAST year Eye 1353 noted the cosy relationship between Peter John, Labour leader of Southwark council, and property developers.
THE Tories may be engaged in a love affair with the Chinese, but the law against foreign donations means receiving gifts from Chinese admirers is difficult. But it’s not impossible.
THE “household war of the remotes over what to watch on Sunday night rages”, writes a breathless Katie Glass in the Sunday Times.
In May the Eye pointed out that Stella Shiu, glamorous partner in the Peel Group’s £10bn redevelopment of Liverpool docks, was not all she was claimed to be.
ONE way to deflect scorn from a favoured European tax scam is to point the finger elsewhere. Sunnier stops on the hot money merry-go-round, for example.
THERE’S a saying in Liverpool: If you look too hard into the past of every developer that comes along, nothing would ever get built.
The charity sector must act following revelations of rising executive pay and widespread use of unpaid interns.
BUSINESS gets fishy in Murkeyside, where a glamorous investor in Peel’s £10 billion ‘Mersey Waters’ regeneration scheme is not all she seems
BACK-SCRATCHING continues in Murkeyside, where the Peel Group and Mayor “Uncle” Joe Anderson believe that Chinese money will come flooding into Liverpool and rejuvenate the city.
LOOKING beyond the divisions of Left and Right, only a more flexible system of education can provide the space for young people to pursue their talents.
Copyright © 2015 Cod Philosophy