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Home Secretary Theresa May said it was "absolutely clear" that anyone who broke the law in the wake of the Hillsborough tragedy should be prosecuted. Click here to read more.
Lawyers acting on behalf of families of those killed in the Hillsborough disaster will write to the Attorney General demanding that new inquests be held.
The Hillsborough Families Support Group (HFSG) met at Anfield on Sunday to discuss the next step in its campaign for justice for the 96 victims of the 1989 disaster. Relatives of the Hillsborough victims are demanding that any new inquests - be held in Liverpool not Sheffield.
The families of the Hillsborough victims say the inquest verdicts should be overturned. The Hillsborough Families Support Group met today for the first time since an independent panel found a cover up after the tragedy tried to shift blame from the police to the fans themselves.
Relatives of the Hillsborough victims have met in Liverpool for the first time since the publication of a damning report which said there'd been a cover up after the tragedy in which 96 fans died to try to shift blame from the police to the fans themselves. Trevor Hicks lost two daughters.
West Yorkshire Police Chief Constable Sir Norman Bettison has issued this statement after a complaint against him regarding the Hillsborough disaster was referred to the Independent Police Complaints Commission.
At a meeting today of West Yorkshire Police Authority’s Special Committee, its members agreed to record a complaint against the Chief Constable, Sir Norman Bettison, and immediately referred it to the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) for investigation.
Sir Norman was an off-duty South Yorkshire Police inspector when he attended the game and was involved in an internal inquiry held by the force in its aftermath. On Thursday he denied any wrongdoing but sparked fury with his comments, which led to calls for him to resign.
Documents outlining the police's role in covering up the Hillsborough disaster were handed to the Crown Prosecution Service 14-years-ago, it was claimed today by a national newspaper. Click here to read more.
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The families of the Hillsborough victims say the verdicts at the inquest into the deaths of the 96, should be overturned.
Families of Hillsborough victims have met for the first time today since a panel revealed a police cover-up over the tragedy.