LONDON (AP) – The boyhood homes of John Lennon and of Paul McCartney will be preserved for history. U.K.’s heritage minister says the homes in south Liverpool will be given a grade 2 listing. That means the owners must get permission to alter them. Lennon and McCartney wrote “Please Please Me” at Lennon’s house. The homes are already restored to look as they did when Lennon and McCartney were growing up.
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