Merseyside Police have confirmed that a body has been recovered from the water in Albert Dock this afternoon.At this stage the body has not been formally identified.
North West Ambulance Service have said that 27 people have been taken to hospital because of shock and exposure, after a tour boat sank in Liverpool. No one with serious injuries.
31 people were rescued after the amphibious tour bus sank in Liverpool's Albert Dock.
Merseyside Fire & Rescue Service have rescued three people after an amphibious tour bus sank in Liverpool's Albert Dock.
– Chief Fire Officer Dan Stephens
Three people have been rescued by firefighters from the water.
We have had assistance from a number of agencies on scene. We worked with police, ambulance and coastguard, and the RAF to account for everyone onboard. The initial responding firefighters from Toxteth and City Centre community fire stations carried out the rescues. There was no-one trapped from the sinking vessel.All persons have now been accounted for.
It's happy birthday today to Liverpool's Tate gallery.
It's exactly 25 years since the attraction opened its doors at the newly regenerated Albert Dock.
The gallery is celebrating with a display which reflects on the past quarter- century and looks forward towards the future.
This week, the Tate Gallery at Liverpool's Albert Dock celebrates its 25th anniversary.
Millions of people have visited in the last quarter of a century to admire the Tate's varied collection of modern art and exhibitions by major artists.
Today the man forever linked with Liverpool's regeneration, Lord Heseltine, dropped by.
Ralph Blunsom reports:-