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Liverpool frustrated by loss of World Heritage Site status

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Liverpool frustrated by loss of World Heritage Site status

Liverpool frustrated by loss of World Heritage Site status

There's anger in Liverpool after the city lost its status as a World Heritage Site because of changes to its historic waterfront.

Sarah Doyle from Liverpool City Council said she felt "very frustrated" by UNESCO's decision and claimed no one from the organisation had even visited the city in ten years.

Report by Blairm.

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