9,000 criminal court cases delayed in Merseyside - Liberal Democrats reveal

9,000 criminal court cases delayed in Merseyside - Liberal Democrats reveal

Kris Brown, Liberal Democrat candidate for Merseyside Police and Crime Commissioner, has exclusively revealed that there are over 9,000 delayed criminal court cases in Merseyside.  With a large number of hearings delayed because of Covid-19.

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Victory as Liverpool council agrees with Kris Brown to make street harassment a crime

Victory as Liverpool council agrees with Kris Brown to make street harassment a crime

Kris Brown and the Liberal Democrats have secured cross party agreement on calls to make street harassment a crime.

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Lib Dems call for law change to tackle rogue pavement parkers

Lib Dems call for law change to tackle rogue pavement parkers

Councillor Kris Brown, the Liberal Democrat candidate for Merseyside’s Police and Crime Commissioner has joined with his Woolton Ward colleagues, Councillor Malcolm Kelly and Councillor Barbara Mace in calling on the government to change the law to give local authorities new powers against rogue...

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Kris Brown launches campaign to be Merseyside's next Police and Crime Commissioner

Kris Brown launches campaign to be Merseyside's next Police and Crime Commissioner

Liverpool Councillor Kris Brown has been chosen by Liberal Democrat members in Merseyside to be their candidate for Police and Crime Commissioner on 7th May.

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Immediate regional action needed to tackled Liverpool's knife crime crisis

Immediate regional action needed to tackled Liverpool's knife crime crisis

The Liberal Democrats have warned that Westminster is becoming blind to the regional knife crime crisis after revealing nearly 2,000 incidents in the last twelve months.

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Kris Brown launches campaign to become Lib Dem Police Commissioner

Kris Brown launches campaign to become Lib Dem Police Commissioner

Liverpool Councillor Kris Brown has launched his campaign to become the Liberal Democrat candidate for the Merseyside Police and Crime Commissioner election in 2020.

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