Sir David Henshaw's stay at the Dorchester Hotel... on expenses
Former Liverpool Council chief executive Sir David Henshaw is today making headlines once more - more than three years after he left.
The Mail on Sunday reveals how he enjoyed a taste of the high life on the Liverpool taxpayer.
Apparently Sir David spent ÃÂ£644 for three nights at London's Dorchester hotel to attend a human resources award ceremony.
"Liverpool was in the finals of the HR awards, and Sir David was invited to attend by the organisers," his spokesman tells the Mail.
Oh, and he also claimed a ÃÂ£2 Mersey Tunnel toll on expenses.
Carole Hudson, chief executive of St Helens Council, is also mentioned in the article for claiming ÃÂ£56.40 to hire a car in London when she and the mayor drove to Twickenham to watch Saints in the Challenge Cup Final.