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editor Kelvin Mac Kenzie of racially abusing the Everton footballer Ross Barkley in a column that compared the part-Nigerian star to a gorilla.
The other concerned a spurious allegation on Twitter – for which there is no evidence – concerning Anderson and a sixteen-year-old girl.
Does he think that some Scousers don’t know what’s good for them? “The mindset of the people in this city is that we get enough council tax to pay for everything that we want.
They live in a dreamworld.” Mayor Joe’s dominance of the city has given rise to a lurid strain of urban mythology.
As the inaugural and hitherto only elected Mayor of Liverpool, he has recast local government in his own image.
Anderson is now part of a cast that includes Ian Mc Shane, John Hurt, Rufus Sewell, Joseph Fiennes, Aksel Hennie, Tobias Santelmann, Rebecca Ferguson and Ingrid Bolso Berdal.
But spend an hour in his company and one thing becomes clear: the man known as “Mayor Joe” is master of all he surveys. When I meet Anderson in his ornate riverside office on the fourth floor of the Cunard Building – the second of Liverpool’s “Three Graces” – he is facing the biggest challenge to his control of the city’s politics to date.
Steve Rotheram, the Corbynite MP for Liverpool Walton, is all but certain to become the first mayor of the Liverpool City Region in the elections on 4 May.
This version of the Hercules story, drawn from Steve Moore’s Radical Comics graphic novel, makes the main man more a tortured mortal than the usual demigod.
A warrior driven by the lust for battle, he and his men are called upon to train the Thracian army in exchange for riches.