As Liverpool prepares for protest, Jon Snow writes of his own involvement in very similar actions there fifty years ago
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New cancer hospital opens on time in Liverpool
A brand new cancer hospital has opened – on time – in the heart of Liverpool, designed to offer highly specialist care to millions of people in the surrounding area.
Liverpool win Premier League for first time in 30 years
It’s taken them thirty years to become champions of England, but Liverpool have now won their first Premier League, after Manchester City’s defeat to Chelsea.
Mayor of Liverpool Joe Anderson: ‘This is a national emergency… We need a national emergency taskforce’
We are joined by the Mayor of Liverpool, Joe Anderson.
Liverpool and Tottenham fans descend on Madrid for Champions League final
Thousands of Liverpool and Tottenham fans have arrived in Madrid ahead of tonight’s match.
Jürgen Klopp interview on his ‘best ever’ Liverpool team and why he’ll never be a politician
Jürgen Klopp’s Liverpool side has reached the Champions League final for a second year in a row. We talked to him ahead of Saturday’s final about how this team is the ‘best ever’ that he’s coached – and talked about his personal politics, Brexit, Jeremy Corbyn and why he will never be a politician.
How Berger’s Liverpool constituents view her resignation
One of the MPs in the new breakaway group, Luciana Berger appeared on the programme, and spoke about facing a torrent of online abuse and anti-Semitism.
Fires destroy iconic buildings in Liverpool and Rio
Two well-known and much-loved buildings, one in Liverpool and one in Rio de Janeiro, have been destroyed by fire. Only the famous facade of the Littlewoods building in Liverpool has survived, while many precious and rare artefacts were lost in in the devastating fire at Brazil’s National Museum.
Bob Neill MP: ‘Liverpool prison officers appallingly led and managed from top’
Mark Fairhurst, national chair of the Prison Officers’ Association and a prison officer at Liverpool Prison, and Conservative MP Bob Neill, who is chair of the Commons Justice Committee, discuss prisons.
Ferocious blaze destroys 1,400 cars in Liverpool
Thousands of cars have been destroyed after fire ripped through a multi-storey car park in Liverpool. The blaze broke out near the city’s Echo arena, where crowds had gathered to watch the Liverpool International Horse Show. Some residents were forced from their homes.
Kelvin MacKenzie’s departure: the reaction in Liverpool
Kelvin MacKenzie’s departure from the Sun brings to an end a turbulent four-decade association with the newspaper in which he has been revered and reviled.
Hillsborough: Liverpool fans unlawfully killed
Earlier today, a jury at Warrington coroner’s court decided by a majority verdict that the 96 victims of the Hillsborough stadium disaster had been killed unlawfully.
Hillsborough disaster: Liverpool fans unlawfully killed
The 96 Liverpool fans who died at Hillsborough football stadium 27 years ago were unlawfully killed, an inquests jury concludes after two years of hearings.
Hillsborough: final memorial service held at Liverpool FC
The final annual Hillsborough memorial service will be held at Anfield today, 27 years after 96 Liverpool fans died in a crush at an FA Cup semi-final.
Gerrard moves on: Mr Liverpool divorces his only love
To leave or not to leave? That was the question for Liverpool captain Steve Gerrard, and one he has answered – to the despair of the Liverpool supporters.