Stephen Yip in the central Liverpool offices of KIND, the children’s charity he founded in 1975. Photo: Hilary Clarke
Stephen Yip in the central Liverpool offices of KIND, the children’s charity he founded in 1975. Photo: Hilary Clarke
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Can Stephen Yip, the son of a Chinese sailor from Guangzhou, become Liverpool’s first independent mayor?

  • Yip, 66, is best known for his work with disadvantaged children, but he is running for office to help scrub out corruption in the northern English city
  • Liverpool has to ‘regain our reputation’, he says, after the arrest of Mayor Joe Anderson and a series of high-profile development scandals involving Hong Kong investors

Stephen Yip in the central Liverpool offices of KIND, the children’s charity he founded in 1975. Photo: Hilary Clarke
Stephen Yip in the central Liverpool offices of KIND, the children’s charity he founded in 1975. Photo: Hilary Clarke
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