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A Merseyside borough will no longer have A-level provision after the government approves the closure of its only sixth form centre offering the qualification.
Education chiefs say they are determined to provide A-levels despite the planned closure of the only sixth form in Knowsley offering them.
A new Shakespearian theatre is set to be built in Knowsley at a cost of £26m after planning permission is granted.
Governors in a Knowsley academy are to make a final decision on whether to close a sixth form which would mean an entire borough would have no schools with A-level places.
Plans to create a £19m Shakespearean theatre and education hub in Merseyside are set to receive a £6m boost from Knowsley Council.
Liverpool City Region's six councils unanimously approve a devolution plan to transfer powers from Whitehall.
Merseyside's five councils and Halton 'agree in principle' to a deal which will see more powers for the Liverpool City Region devolved from Whitehall.
Council leaders agree to put forward a bid for a devolution deal for the Liverpool City Region that could pave the way for an elected mayor.
Councillors in Knowsley agree plans to use all of the authority's reserves to help fund services and future investment in the borough.
The number of councillors in Knowsley is to be cut by almost a third as the authority looks to make £16m budget cuts over two years.