MORE questions arise about the judgement of Liverpool’s elected mayor, Joe Anderson.
ONE way to deflect scorn from a favoured European tax scam is to point the finger elsewhere. Sunnier stops on the hot money merry-go-round, for example.
THERE’S a saying in Liverpool: If you look too hard into the past of every developer that comes along, nothing would ever get built.
BUSINESS gets fishy in Murkeyside, where a glamorous investor in Peel’s £10 billion ‘Mersey Waters’ regeneration scheme is not all she seems
BACK-SCRATCHING continues in Murkeyside, where the Peel Group and Mayor “Uncle” Joe Anderson believe that Chinese money will come flooding into Liverpool and rejuvenate the city.
CRONYISM is alive and well on Murkeyside, where the city’s leaders are not that bothered about the prospect of Liverpool losing its World Heritage Site status as long as a gigantic riverside tower blocks, flats ‘n’ car parks scheme gets the go-ahead.
Rules that clamp down on street performers are causing concern that Liverpool’s street culture is being needlessly regulated under the banner of ‘business improvement’, raising fresh doubts about whether Liverpool City Council acted against the public interest in crafting their new busking policy.