At the Liverpool Daily Post, we pride ourselves in journalism that is honest, accurate and fair.
We do our best to correct errors or publish clarifications as soon as possible.
Our journalists adhere to the Editors Code of Practice, which sets the benchmark for high professional standards and is enforced by the Press Complaints Commission. From today, any corrections or clarifications will be published on Page 2 so we can offer a more prominent platform for setting the record straight.
If we do slip up, we promise to put things right on this page in a clear, no-nonsense manner.
To ask for an inaccuracy to be corrected, phone 0151 285 8476, email email@example.com or write to Mark Thomas, Editor, Liverpool Daily Post, PO Box 48, Old Hall Street, Liverpool, L69 3EB.
The Press Complaints Commission (PCC) is the independent body which governs the newspaper industry.
The Code of Practice and details of how to lodge a complaint are available from Halton House, 20/23 High Holborn, EC1N 2JD.
Telephone 020 7831 0022 | Helpline: 0845 600 2757.
Trinity Mirror Merseyside, Liverpool Post’s parent company, is one of the North West’s largest multimedia providers, reaching more than 900,000 adults every month.
The Liverpool Post has been providing Liverpool and the surrounding areas with local news for over 150 years.
Reaching 34,800 people monthly through its print product alone, The Post also has a dedicated online audience, with 270,000 unique users visiting the site every month.
Those users contribute to over 393,000 visits and more than 660,000 monthly page views. A leading source of local business news, The Post has also launched The Post Business Daily, a dynamic new publication exclusively for tablet and smart phone users. A 30 page e-edition, Business Daily provides a loyal business audience with essential business news.
Source: JICREG April 2013, Omniture, 3 Monthly Average April-June 2013
Editor Liverpool Post and Liverpool Post Business Daily
Mark Thomas was appointed editor of the Liverpool Post in 2007, and is also editor of the Liverpool Post Business Daily. A former Press Association regional correspondent, Mark has worked as a reporter, deputy news editor, investigations editor, assistant editor and deputy editor in our business. In 2002 he was the Press Gazette Regional News Reporter of the Year, and he is also the author of a book on the James Bulger murder. Liverpool-born, he lives in Wirral with his partner Penny and their two dogs.