Derek Hatton, the former deputy leader of Liverpool city, has reentered the Labour Party 34 years after his expulsion for being a member of Trotskyite grouping Militant.
Police in Liverpool are seeking information on a man who destroyed the reception of a Travelodge building allegedly over a pay dispute
Jeremy Corbyn appeared at Liverpool's Bongo's Bingo during the Labour conference, but it's not the first time his supporters have been at the event
Doctors have been left "gobsmacked" after Alfie Evans' life-support was withdrawn but he continued to live
The school boy has been handed an 18-month youth offenders institute sentence
Jamie Grimes, Darren Colecozy, Karl Kelly and Dylan Owen killed Joseph McKeever 'over £130,000 of cannabis'
Tom Evans and Kate James want to take their son to Rome to see specialists
348 plants recovered by specialist cannabis dismantling officers
Turner is charged with naming victims of convicted sex offenders Jamie Turner and Myles Bell
O'Connell flew into an abusive rage after being denied alcohol
Phillip Daniels murdered Paul Millea outside his pregnant girlfriend Kayleigh Maylor's house in Garston in June
James Bulger's father calls for more recent pictures of his son's murderer to be released while mother calls him 'a vile, perverted psychopath'
it is claimed chairs were used as weapons and one man suffered a head injury
John W Henry's coaching team were caught flouting the rules and have now admitted the infraction
Carlos Tevez, Dirk Kuyt and Gabriel Heinze were all given permission to use banned substances for medical reasons in 2010 World Cup, according to newly released documents
A week-long poll run by a campaign group revealed 88% of the sample voted in favour of safe standing
United may have endured an on-field slump but the club's off-field operation continues to soar
Liverpool police have been deployed to Manchester to help with police efforts there, after a terror attack took place last night
Hoffenheim say they received £20 million from the deal
Reports come after Football Leaks claimed Hoffenheim received just £5.8 million from Firmino's transfer in 2014
The former editor compared the player - who has a Nigerian grandparent - to a gorilla
The album will be celebrated in May and June in Liverpool, as several events inspired by the songs on the album will take place
The company is trying to prevent a planned strike by members of the union in a row over driver-only trains
The Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) union warned one commuter train nearly crashed into the rubble on the tracks
Nuttall had previously said he lost close friends on the day of the disaster, but now admits this isn't the case
Evans, who was at Hillsborough on the day of the disaster in 1989, believes criminal cases may come to court later this year and justice may finally be around the corner
Nuttall also said he doesn't feel threatened by Nigel Farage as UKIP leader
Brazilian footballer forced to move into hotel after burglary in Mossley Hill
The owner of Wongs Jewellers has told his staff they won't have to work on Boxing Day, making one of them cry with joy
Robert Gerrard said the pressure had become unbearable before meeting officers in Manchester
The Sun's coverage of the Hillsborough disaster has lead to an emnity against the newspaper which has lasted decades.
Trolls called the Manchester City footballer's daughter 'stupid' and 'a snake' after picture was uploaded to social media