A charity single which is a tribute to those who lost their lives in the Hillsborough disaster is tipped to become the Christmas number one.
Artists including Sir Paul McCartney and Robbie Williams have come together for the remake of "He Aint Heavy He's My Brother" to help pay the legal costs of the families campaigning for justice for the 96 people who died.
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It is a year since the 80-year-old ex-miner died, almost five months after he was attacked in a violent robbery at his house in Maltby.
Commuters were also warned to expect travel chaos as Doris gathered speeds of nearly 90mph.
Ken Cresswell and John Shaw, from Rotherham, were among four men to lose their lives after the collapse at the Didcot A plant a year ago.