Why do we have the Crisis in Liverpool?
I predicted some time ago during Environment Question Time that we would have a Crisis in Liverpool verging on New York proportions as we were likely to have a 40 per cent.
Indeed, the Minister has referredto the Liverpool Crisis or has recommended a report into its present financial problems, of which we shall no doubt hear more later.
I make no apology at this late hour for raising once again that which has been described as the Crisis in Liverpool.
We are in a Crisis in Liverpool at the moment; we face a financial crisis that is worse than last year's crisis.
That is evident in some of the reporting of the Crisis in Liverpool.