Liverpool news Police cordon off street, city 'milked dry' and sentence cut PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - These are the latest ECHO headlines on Wednesday, June 22

Liverpool news Police cordon off street, city 'milked dry' and sentence cut PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - These are the latest ECHO headlines on Wednesday, June 22

Liverpool news  Police cordon off street, city 'milked dry' and sentence cut PremierLeague-News.Com
22 June 2022 - 08:00

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! These are the latest ECHO headlines this morning. Updates as Everton Road sealed off after police incident A main road is closed in both directions due to a police incident overnight. Everton Road and Heyworth Street in Everton were sealed off by police shortly after midnight on Wednesday, June 22. The closure has remained in place for over eight hours between Cresswell Street to Lloyd Close. Traffic monitoring site Inrix said: "A580 Heyworth Street and Everton Road in both directions closed due to police incident between Cresswell Street and Lloyd Close. Traffic is coping well." Follow all the latest live updates here. Liverpool councillor's stinging attack on government commissioners for 'milking city dry' A Liverpool city councillor has launched a stinging attack on a team of government commissioners who are "milking the city dry". The four Whitehall commissioners were sent to Liverpool a year ago as a response to the damning findings of a four-month inspection of the city's council. They will soon report back on their findings after 12 months in the Cunard, with expectations that the local authority's continuing problems could lead to further government intervention. While there is plenty of anger at those perceived to have led the commissioners to Liverpool, there is some frustration now being aimed at the commissioners themselves.

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. Read more here. 'Cold and calculating' child rapist has three years knocked off sentence A child rapist described as "cold and calculating" by a judge had his sentence slashed by the Court of Appeal. Brandon Mullin, now 20, was sent to a young offenders institution for 13 years with an additional three years on licence at Liverpool Crown Court in November, 2021. However his legal team launched an appeal on the grounds the sentence was unduly harsh. The judge who passed the original sentence, Garrett Byrne, said the victims of Mullin's abuse had been subjected to the "worst neglect he had ever seen" at the hands of their mum. Judge Byrne said the two children and their other brothers and sisters grew up in a chaotic and filthy environment without adequate food and clothing, basic hygiene, medical care, any toys or love. The mum of the victims, who cannot be named to protect the identities of her children, was jailed for 12 years after admitting five counts of child neglect and an additional charge of possessing drugs with intent to supply. All the children have since been taken into care. Read the full story here. Read More Related Articles Girlfriend 'told murder accused get out the country' after dad of two stabbed Read More Related Articles Costs as Spain, France, Greece and Portugal to charge UK tourists to enter

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