Authorities 'poised to do away with over metropolis of Liverpool' after corruption claims
The authorities is brooding about taking abet watch over of Liverpool City Council in the wake of corruption allegations and the arrest of mayor Joe Anderson, Sky Info understands.
Communities Secretary Robert Jenrick has confirmed he has received a memoir from native authorities inspectors investigating financial irregularities in the awarding of organising contracts in the metropolis.
Per the Telegraph, it is "seemingly" that Mr Jenrick will expose commissioners to do away with over day-to-day operations in Liverpool thanks to a "damning indictment" of the council.
Local authorities inspector Max Caller used to be appointed by Mr Jenrick to lead the investigation.
He has reportedly already briefed MPs in the gap in regards to the findings which is ready to be published this week
Mr Anderson stays on police bail following his arrest in December final year on suspicion of conspiracy to commit bribery and watch intimidation.
The 63-year-used has insisted that the allegations are baseless and acknowledged he's suing Merseyside Police for wrongful arrest.
Deputy mayor Wendy Simon has taken over the feature of Liverpool mayor on an intervening time basis while the investigation continues.