Government papers which have been kept private since the deaths of Liverpool fans at Hillsborough will be released today.
Liverpool were playing Nottingham Forest on 15th April 1989 when 96 fans died during a crush on the overcrowded terraces of Sheffield Wednesday's ground.
The documents will be made public for the first time, alongside a report from the Hillsborough Independent Panel.
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