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Chief Constable to retire

Sir Norman Bettison is to retire as Chief Constable of West Yorkshire Police after controversy over his role in the Hillsborough tragedy. A complaint was made to police watchdog that he had supplied misleading information after the disaster.

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Reaction to Bettison's decision to go

The families of the Hillsborough victims have welcomed the early retirement of West Yorkshire's Chief Constable who they accuse of taking part in a cover up to shift blame for the disaster from the police to the fans.

Sir Norman Bettison is to step down after a complaint about his role following the deaths of the 96 fans was referred to the official police watchdog. Jon Hill reports.

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