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Professor Nick Rees, Dean of the faculty of arts at Liverpool Hope, said: "I am delighted that Ken Loach has accepted the conferment of an honorary doctorate by Liverpool Hope University.
Midfielder Luke Hyam set up McGoldrick and his glorious first-time shot from just outside the area flew past Loach into the far corner of the goal.
Both Loach and Leigh are regulars at the festival and previous winners of the Palme d'Or.
IPSWICH: MOTM Loach 8, Cresswell 6, Chambers 7, Smith 7, Berra 7, Skuse 6, Murphy 7, McGoldrick 6, Hunt 6, (Ebanks-Blake 75, 5), Green 6, (Sub Anderson 71, 5), Hyam 5, (Tabb 11, 6).
After last year's NHS reforms, and with the government currently planning further cuts to welfare benefits, Loach fears that life will only get worse for those on the margins of society.
Gary first hit the big screen in 2002, when he appeared in the Ken Loach movie Sweet Sixteen, alongside The Angels' Share co-star William Ruane.
Loach shows how people like Robbie can be guided if they are taken under the wings of more mentors, less so how a strong female partner ought to be able to enforce a respectable standard of behaviour.
Loach chose Langley Park as the location for his 1975 four-part TV series Days of Hope, which tells the story of the beginning of the Labour movement from the First World War to the 1926 General Strike.
President Barack Obama banned the use of waterboarding in 2009 but Loach believes it still goes on.
John Harris, a regular at Crisis Skylight, said: "It was great to meet Ken Loach, to be able to ask questions about his films, and hear about what inspires his work.
I'm absolutely made up that Ken Loach and so many other great artists have given up their time and effort to support our campaign.
An unassuming yet deeply committed social activist, who is known for his bitter-sweet pictures focusing on social reality such as "Kes" (1969) and "Land and Freedom" (1995), Loach has taken a central role in the campaign for a cultural boycott of Israel.