And finally … LEP left leaderless

Robert Hough

Merseyside’s six local authorities may have overcome the territorial feuds to win government approval for a local enterprise partnership (LEP), but they have fallen at the next hurdle. The Liverpool City Region LEP still does not have a chairman, almost a year to the day since achieving its status last ...

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