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Liverpool City Council urges EU nationals to apply to EU Settlement Scheme

Liverpool City Council are contacting EU nationals who need to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme (EUSS). EU nationals have until June 30 2021 to sign up to the scheme that protects their rights to live, work and access healthcare...

Five must-do experiences at Ormskirk’s prime horror event Farmaggedon 2021

As the Farmaggedon scare-fest returns, we look at five of the most exhilarating experiences at Ormskirk’s horror event. SCARY-OKE: New for this year’s festival, Farmageddon is offering the chance to get involved with singing your favourite hits, but with...

The seven candidates vying to be Liverpool mayor on election day

On May 6 Liverpool is set to elect a new Mayor with seven candidates vying for the role. The role has been filled by acting Mayor Wendy Simon following the resignation of Joe Anderson. Mr Anderson was arrested on suspicion of...
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Licensees’ anger as pubs could require vaccine passports

The Licensing Association has criticised the Government's lack of 'genuine leadership' as pub goers may have to provide a vaccine passport. A review into the relaxing of Covid-19 laws will look at whether people will have to prove they have...
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Campaigners say trust in Merseyside Police is low following vigil cancellations

Campaigners in Merseyside have said trust in the police is low following the cancellations of vigils remembering Sarah Everard back in March. Members of the Reclaim These Streets movement believe the public’s confidence in law enforcement to deal with sexual crimes...
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Thousands of new jobs predicted as Liverpool experts welcome freeport status

Economy experts in Liverpool have welcomed yesterday’s news that the region will be granted freeport status. The Liverpool City Region is one of eight locations confirmed by Rishi Sunak to become a ‘special economic zone’. Linda Walsh, Senior Lecturer in economics...

Liverpool landmarks light up to remember lockdown

Landmarks across Liverpool are set to light up for the two-year anniversary of the UK’s first lockdown. Unique visuals will be projected onto mystery buildings during the week as part of the ‘Visible Virals’ arts project, coinciding with the release...

Festival to stage 12 new shows at Liverpool’s Bombed Out Church

The Little LFT festival will be staging twelve new shows to entertain audiences over the course of six days at St Luke’s Bombed Out Church. The Little LTF is a similar event to the main Liverpool Theatre Festival. It was...
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Liverpool City Council reacts to Government intervention

The Government has announced that it will intervene in the running of Liverpool City Council after a bombshell report into the administration was revealed. Local Government Secretary, Robert Jenrick, delivered a statement to Parliament where he outlined the major problems discovered in the report and his plans for the future running of the council.
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Liverpool school pupils form all-female coding club

The visit of a award-winning technology expert has inspired Liverpool School students to form an all-female computer coding club. Pupils from The Academy of St Francis of Assisi were visited by Lady Mariéme Jamme. She encouraged the pupils to follow careers...