Hillsborough coroner promises new inquests will try to expose "any culpable or discreditable conduct".
The Independent Police Complaints Commission has revealed its progress on its investigations into the Hillsborough disaster.
It is expected the location of a new inquest into the deaths of 96 Liverpool football supporters at Hillsborough will be revealed today.
There has been a very emotional journey for two sisters.
Claire and Amy McGlone have visited Sheffield Wednesday's ground for the first time since their father Alan was killed in the Hillsborough tragedy 24 years ago. The club gave special permission for them to retrace their father's steps. Paul Davies went with them.
The funeral of Hillsborough campaigner Anne Williams takes place today. Anne was last seen in public at this month's anniversary service - she passed away a week before a hearing to decide when fresh inquests will take place.
The Coroner has ruled that the Hillsborough inquest will not be delayed because of the Independent Police Complaints Commission investigation and will start in early 2014.
Families of the 96 victims of the Hillsborough disaster have learnt more details about fresh inquests into their deaths.
Relatives travelled to London for a preliminary hearing with the judge who promised his hearings would try to expose "any culpable or discreditable conduct".
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Michael Mansfield QC, who represents 71 families from the Hillsborough Family Support group, said any delay caused by letting other investigations conclude was "simply out of the question".
He urged the judge to fix a date around the second week of January 2014 for the full inquests' start.
Even if that date is not fixed, setting a date is key, he said, as it "concentrates the mind".
Mr Mansfield said the families he represents want the inquests to be held in London after long discussions about the location.
"What was of interest was a genuine desire to locate somewhere that was above any suggestion of bias particularly one way or the other," he said.
He added that there was "a legacy" arising from Hillsborough and football.
He said animosity and rivalry between Liverpool and Manchester meant the inquests should not be held 25 miles down the M62 motorway in Manchester as some people have suggested.
The barrister said one of the large rooms in Westminster's Central Hall would be ideal and had housed previous inquiries such as the Bloody Sunday hearing when it sat in London.
A live link-up with Liverpool could be set up for those who could not travel to the capital, he added.
Anne Williams was one of the loudest voices throughout the campaigners' efforts for justice after the Hillsborough disaster.
It was her fight to get her son's inquest verdict of accidental death overturned that is credited with leading to fresh hearings for all 96 supporters who died.
After the Hillsborough Report was published in December last year, she paid tribute to Attorney General Dominic Grieve as "a man of his word" and said "he did what he promised".
– Anne Williams speaking in December 2012
I am glad we never gave up. It has been hard, but we wouldn't have been here today. I'd like a corporate manslaughter verdict in the inquest, it's the least for what they have done. It's a long process.
Hillsborough campaigner Anne Williams has died after a battle with cancer.
Her 15 year old son Kevin was killed in the 1989 disaster.