Liverpool City Council’s Planning Committee voted 6 for with 2 against to increase the capacity of Liverpool Football Club’s Anfield Stadium by a further 7,000

Liverpool City Council’s Planning Committee voted 6 for with 2 against to increase the capacity of Liverpool Football Club’s Anfield Stadium by a further 7,000

Liverpool City Council’s Planning Committee voted 6 for with 2 against to increase the capacity of Liverpool Football Club’s Anfield Stadium by a further 7,000

                                  

By John Brace (Editor)
and
Leonora Brace (Co-Editor)

First publication date: Wednesday 16th June 2021, 11:44 (BST).

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Planning Committee (Liverpool City Council) 15th June 2021 Liverpool Football Club (Anfield Stadium)

Planning Committee (Liverpool City Council) 15th June 2021 (Anfield Stadium, Anfield Road, Liverpool (Liverpool Football Club))
Planning Committee (Liverpool City Council) 15th June 2021 (Anfield Stadium, Anfield Road, Liverpool (Liverpool Football Club))

On 15th June 2021 Liverpool City Council’s Planning Committee (who can be watched in the video above) on a majority vote (6:2) approved a planning application to increase the capacity of Liverpool Football Club’s Anfield Stadium (the Anfield Road Stand) by a further 7,000.
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What are the new restrictions on what you can’t do in Wirral, St Helens, Sefton, Knowsley, Liverpool and Halton from the 14th October 2020 because of the coronavirus pandemic?

What are the new restrictions on what you can’t do in Wirral, St Helens, Sefton, Knowsley, Liverpool and Halton from the 14th October 2020 because of the coronavirus pandemic?

What are the new restrictions on what you can’t do in Wirral, St Helens, Sefton, Knowsley, Liverpool and Halton from the 14th October 2020 because of the coronavirus pandemic?

                                     

A protest outside Wallasey Town Hall in 2016 - protests of this size whilst the regulations are in force will only be allowed if a risk assessment has been carried out and all reasonable measures have been taken
A protest outside Wallasey Town Hall in 2016 – protests of this size whilst these regulations are in force will only be allowed if a risk assessment has been carried out and all reasonable measures have been taken

By John Brace (Editor)
First publication date: 13th October 2020, 12:46 (BST).

Tomorrow (Wednesday 14th October 2020) further public health restrictions come into force in Wirral, St Helens, Sefton, Knowsley, Liverpool and Halton. The regulations are called the Health Protection (Coronavirus, Local COVID-19 Alert Level) (Very High) (England) Regulations 2020 and are 27 pages long with a 13 page Explanatory Memorandum.
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HHJ David Hodge QC decided on whether Telegraph media earnings from 2011-2018 of former England Cricket captain Michael Vaughan should be taxed by HMRC as self-employed earnings

HHJ David Hodge QC decided on whether Telegraph media earnings from 2011-2018 of former England Cricket captain Michael Vaughan should be taxed by HMRC as self-employed earnings

HHJ David Hodge QC decided on whether Telegraph media earnings from 2011-2018 of former England Cricket captain Michael Vaughan should be taxed by HMRC as self-employed earnings

                                

Liverpool Civil & Family Court, Vernon Street, Liverpool, L2 2BX which was the venue for the hearing
Liverpool Civil & Family Court, Vernon Street, Liverpool, L2 2BX which was the venue for the hearing

Contract – Interpretation – Mistake as to parties – Correction by construction
Contract – Rectification – Common Mistake – Discretion – Existing Deed of Rectification – Tax advantages

This is a report on a video hearing of the High Court in Liverpool held on the 21st May 2020 using Skype for Business. The decision resulting from it can be read here [2020] EWHC 1357 (Ch). By way of full disclosure the author of this piece is referred to as “an interested journalist” in paragraph 1.
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What are the changes to bin collection dates on the Wirral and what did I blow the whistle on to Liverpool City Council?

What are the changes to bin collection dates on the Wirral and what did I blow the whistle on to Liverpool City Council?

What are the changes to bin collection dates on the Wirral and what did I blow the whistle on to Liverpool City Council?

                                           

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Well, just a quick blog post. You’ve probably noticed some changes that have happened over the past week. However (the below applies to household collections on the Wirral) bin days are changing this week due to the social distancing measures.
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What is a lesson that can be learnt about the coronavirus episode?

What is a lesson that can be learnt about the coronavirus episode?

What is a lesson that can be learnt about the coronavirus episode?

                                   

University of Liverpool ID card John Brace 2018 (which is not the year this story happened)
University of Liverpool ID card John Brace 2018 (which is not the year this story happened)

人生就是戏 演不完的戏
有的时候悲 有的时候喜
演戏的人儿最呀最希奇
最呀最希奇
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