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Tuesday, June 10, 2008

All Together...No!

The Farm

In an act of total unselfishness, top Liverpool band The Farm, whose single “All Together Now” is forever associated with Everton's 1995 FA Cup triumph over Manchester United, have revealed that a lucrative approach by Everton to use their famous song as the background music to the controversial “Destination Kirkby” DVD was rejected on the grounds that the band did not wish to be related with Destination Kirkby if it represented people losing their homes.

Lead vocalist Pete Hooton, a life long Liverpool fan and supporter of the football union “ Spirit of Shankly” told KEIOC, “quite simply the band do not wish to be associated with any project that involves CPO's on decent hard working peoples homes and the demolition of a residential home at any price, the song is about bringing people together not the reverse”

Following the recent report that the Chief Constable of Merseyside, Bernard Hogan-Howe, had passed on a dossier to Detective Inspector Stephen Madden of the Counter Terrorism Branch, KEIOC can exclusively reveal that the dossier has now been passed to the Director of Public Prosecutions at York for final consideration. Tesco and Everton deny any wrong doing in distributing the promotional DVD in the week of the local election in Kirkby which has since been promoted by the local Labour group as a referendum on the Tesco application.

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