Merseyside Police have put in a dispersal zone for Liverpool City Centre. It follows anti-coronavirus legislation protests last weekend. It gives police the powers to move people out the area for 48 hours.
Hundreds of anti-lockdown protestors took to the streets in Liverpool city centre and Morecambe in Lancashire. Fifteen people were arrested by Merseyside Police on suspicion of breaches of coronavirus regulations and committing public order offences.
Police in Liverpool say they arrested 15 people at an unauthorised anti-lockdown march on suspicion of committing public order offences and breaching coronavirus restrictions. #NoComment
Thirteen people have been arrested after an anti-lockdown protest in Liverpool on Saturday. Police originally held 15 people but said some had been "de-arrested and issued with fixed penalty notices".
Police have arrested 15 people following an anti-lockdown protest in Liverpool.
"Selfish, ignorant and irresponsible" The Merseyside Police verdict on the hundreds of people who staged an anti-lockdown protest in Liverpool this weekend. 27 were arrested, including one accused of assaulting a police officer. This video shows many ignored social distancing:
Police hunting disgruntled construction worker who trashed the front of a Travelodge hotel in Liverpool. He claimed he was owed £600 wages by a contractor. Supporters have set up a GoFundMe page to raise the £600 - and his legal fees.
Liverpool striker Mo Salah has been referred to the police by his club after he was apparently filmed using a mobile phone at the wheel of his car.