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I've been chronicling Liverpool's renaissance for 40 years – here's why the city's Unesco status should not have been removed

By Michael Parkinson, Professor and Ambassador for the Heseltine Institute for Public Policy, Practice and Place, University of Liverpool
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Unesco has voted to delist Liverpool’s city centre and waterfront, which has held world heritage status for the past 17 years. The decision comes after a protracted row between the United Nations organisation and Liverpool City Council over planned development around the site.

The challenge involved with big cities like Liverpool having a Unesco world…

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