Jeanette McLoughlin Solicitor LLC Cllr Gary Millar and the odd trip to Hong Kong for the Mayor/ NPG Ltd partnership?

Matt Williams made this Freedom of Information request to Liverpool City Council

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For the attention of Jeanette McLoughlin Solicitor LLC
Copy to: Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick

Liverpool Vision Director of Invest Liverpool, Ellen Cutler and Liverpool city Councilor Gary Millar were sent to Hong Kong 30/31st October 2015.

Q1. They both were a part of the new Liverpool/ Chinatown NPG Ltd sales project.
Please supply all expenses for this trip to Hong Kong for both Ellen Cutler and Cllr Gary Millar
Please supply the person in the Liverpool city council that sent these two to attend the grand opening of the overseas sales NPG Ltd opening in Hong Kong?

a) Was it the Mayor of Liverpool who set it up and sent them?

b) Cllr Anna O’Byrne?

c) Max Steinberg CEO of Vision Liverpool?

d) Did Jeannette McLoughlin sign this off and approve this trip?

Q2. [Extraneous non-foi material removed]

Q3. Did the Liverpool city council solicitor Jeanette McLoughlin not pull in (Cllr Gary Miller) and pull the rug from his planned trip to Hong Kong and stop all ties with PHD1 and NPG Ltd due to the link to Anthony Quigley?

Q3. Did Cllr Ann O’Byrne report the cash payment from PHD1 to the local Liverpool party of £1,800 did she report this to (Jeanette McLoughlin)?

Yours faithfully,

Matt Williams

Liverpool City Council

 
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