Hillsborough - new inquests to be held

There is another major victory for the families of the 96 football fans who died in the Hillsborough disaster - as the Government's most senior law officer has announced he will apply for new inquests to be held.

Campaigners say the original verdicts of accidental death were a travesty - and they believe their loved ones were unlawfully killed.

It came as South Yorkshire's current Chief Constable agreed that senior officers who tried to shift the blame from the police to the fans were "wrong - and sick in the mind." Jon Hill reports

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Hillsborough inquiry - latest

After an independent panel found that there had been a cover-up over the Hillsborough disaster - with the blame being moved from police to the fans - more questions are being asked of those allegedly involved.