Back on its feet
Thanks in part to EU funding, Liverpool is fast becoming the place for law firms, businesses and artists, writes Michael Brabner. But will it be ready when the money stops in 2006?
Love it or loathe it, Liverpool has never failed to capture the public imagination. Home of the Beatles, militant politicians and wildcat strikes, and more latterly the butt of jokes about car crime, the city is the first to admit it has suffered from an image problem.
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