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Mayor of Liverpool demands apology from Boris Johnson over Beatles comments

Mayor of Liverpool demands apology from Boris Johnson over Beatles comments

Mayor of London claimed that London played a bigger part in band's huge success than their native Liverpool

The Beatles' George Harrison refused OBE before his death, say reports

The Beatles' George Harrison refused OBE before his death, say reports

Guitarist snubbed honour in 1999

The Beatles rarities and bootlegs to appear on iTunes later today (December 17)

The Beatles rarities and bootlegs to appear on iTunes later today (December 17)

The 59 tracks from 1963 are being released by The Beatles' label in an effort to beat the bootleggers

The Beatles, Kraftwerk to receive Grammy Lifetime Achievement Awards

The Beatles, Kraftwerk to receive Grammy Lifetime Achievement Awards

The Isley Brothers and Kris Kristofferson will also be recognised for their contribution

The Beatles to release 'bootleg' album next week

The Beatles to release 'bootleg' album next week

'The Beatles Bootleg Recordings 1963' set to land on iTunes

Boris Johnson claims London, not Liverpool, helped launch The Beatles to stardom

Boris Johnson claims London, not Liverpool, helped launch The Beatles to stardom

Mayor of London made claims during speech at the London School of Economics

The Beatles, Beyonce and Eminem donate songs to Philippines benefit album

The Beatles, Beyonce and Eminem donate songs to Philippines benefit album

Tracks from Kings of Leon, Katy Perry and Bob Dylan are also among those featured on the charity release

Composer and Beatles associate Sir John Tavener dies, aged 69

Composer and Beatles associate Sir John Tavener dies, aged 69

Leading British composer died at his home in Dorset

Producer teases 'top secret' Beatles project

Producer teases 'top secret' Beatles project

Kevin Howlett also says there is unlikely to be a third 'Live At The BBC' compilation

The Beatles revealed as the most pirated act in the world

The Beatles revealed as the most pirated act in the world

Online piracy monitor confirms they have removed 186,876 files featuring The Beatles music from the internet

Original cartoons for The Beatles' 'Yellow Submarine' film up for sale

Original cartoons for The Beatles' 'Yellow Submarine' film up for sale

The 80 drawings are expected to fetch £125,000

Preview of 'The Beatles Live at The BBC: Volume 2' album streams online – listen

Preview of 'The Beatles Live at The BBC: Volume 2' album streams online – listen

The second volume of the compilation is released on November 11

Ringo to release limited edition version of his 'Photograph' memoir

Ringo to release limited edition version of his 'Photograph' memoir

The book features the former Beatles drummer's personal photos

Building which houses The Beatles old haunt The Cavern Club to be auctioned

Building which houses The Beatles old haunt The Cavern Club to be auctioned

Any potential sale will not affect the Liverpool nightclub, which was rebuilt in 1984

Singer-songwriter and Beatles associate Jackie Lomax dies aged 69

Singer-songwriter and Beatles associate Jackie Lomax dies aged 69

Apple Records signing Lomax was backed by The Fab Four on his single 'Sour Milk Sea'

Man jailed for four months for selling pirate Beatles albums

Man jailed for four months for selling pirate Beatles albums

Bootleg vinyl LPs and illegally copied CDs were found at the Cumbria home of 57-year-old Paul Parkin

Second volume of The Beatles 'Live At The BBC' to be released

Second volume of The Beatles 'Live At The BBC' to be released

The bumper package will contain 37 previously unreleased performances and 23 recordings of in-studio chat with the band

Piece of wood featuring John Lennon's lyrics to 'Sexy Sadie' up for auction

Piece of wood featuring John Lennon's lyrics to 'Sexy Sadie' up for auction

The memento features the song's original lyrics and is expected to fetch £150,000

John Lennon says recording The Beatles' 'Let It Be' was 'hell' in decades-old lost interview

John Lennon says recording The Beatles' 'Let It Be' was 'hell' in decades-old lost interview

'It's torture every time we produce anything,' said singer

The Beatles' former Apple Records offices in London sold for £10.2m

The Beatles' former Apple Records offices in London sold for £10.2m

Property has been converted into five flats which are described as "the ultimate slice of memorabilia"

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