NEARLY 5,000 new Liverpool residents have answered the call to action by registering to vote in the upcoming local elections.
Liverpool City Council licensing officers took almost 50 taxis and private hire cars off the road in March for a string safety defects.
As part of the council’s ongoing commitment to ensure passenger safety in the city, officers served suspension notices on 48 vehicles following routine inspections throughout the month.
I’m not long back from the MIPIM festival in France where I’ve spent a productive few days telling investors from around … More
Happy International Women’s Day! Our city has a reputation for producing extraordinary female leaders and here at the council there’s … More
Ahead of International Women’s Day, Liz Parsons, Cabinet Member for Communities and Partnerships, tells us about her initiative. International Women’s Day … More
On Wednesday Richard Leese and I spoke at a New Statesman conference about the progress of the Northern Powerhouse. In a … More
With turmoil raging through Westminster, the Tories in meltdown and the continued dithering over Brexit, it’s been another week of … More
You couldn’t move in Liverpool this week without bumping into a famous face, as we welcomed the great and the good … More
Council funding discussed in Parliament I was grateful to see our local MPs standing up in parliament this week to amplify … More
Pete McGovern sang about setting up home in Speke and I was there this afternoon to see the cutting edge in … More