Mayor Anderson has “form”, of the most despicable kind. He’s been spending tens of thousands in public money getting his highly paid City solicitors to try and manage their reputation and keep the lid on a case of hideous and violent abuse of an autistic man, “The Mainman”, roughly two years ago. He even went onto Radio Merseyside to decry The Mainman’s mother and brand her a ‘malcontent’. It’s all here:
The James Bulger Memorial Trust are a good example of what charities should be like. Born out of tragic events, they have raised thousands for disadvantaged youth in the city of Liverpool and they deserve support.
The charity have recently been in the press after the Merseyside Love Activists, a group of anti-austerity protesters, dirupted what has been called a joint fundraising ball for the James Bulger Trust and the current Mayor of Liverpool Joe Anderson. According to the Love Activists they did not know that this evening was partly being held to raise money for charity and this was a spontaneous protest, initiated by local cabbies, at which they hoped to confront the Mayor over growing homelessness in Liverpool.
Whilst accounts of the night vary, there is no doubt the disruption caused distress to the Bulger family and the Love Activists are right to have issued a wholehearted apology.
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