Leisure: painting the town red

Liverpool has always been renowned for its nightlife and, of course, the locals’ sense of fun. However, it also suffered from a blighted image in the days of political unrest in the 1980s. Whatever the city’s past troubles, it deserves to be looked at afresh, for a quiet revolution is ...

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