Inquests into the deaths of 96 victims of Hillsborough disaster

The jury at the new inquests into the Hillsborough disaster is expected to deliver its verdict on Tuesday, after sitting for more than two years.

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Fighting for fairness - the MP and the Hillsborough mother demanding a change in the law to help ordinary people take on the establishment

Hillsborough campaigner Margaret Aspinall has joined forces with the MP Andy Burnham to demand a number of changes to the criminal justice system.

They want ordinary people to have the same legal funding as the police in cases where officers are involved.

Our Hillsborough correspondent Andy Bonner reports.

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Lanterns for the 96 light up Liverpool city hall

Liverpool Town Hall Credit: ITV

Candles representing each life lost at the Hillsborough disaster have been lit at St George's Hall in Liverpool.

Today, 27 years on since the disaster the families of those who died will find out if their loved ones were unlawfully killed.

The jury in the Hillsborough inquests will return to court today to deliver their conclusions into the deaths of 96 fans. The jury of six women and three men will give their decisions from 11am.

Hillsborough families find out results of fresh inquests tomorrow

Verdicts have been reached at the inquests into the 96 men, women and children who died following Hillsborough.

But we'll have to wait until the morning to hear what the jury has decided.

That's to allow the families of those who lost their lives after the disaster in 1989 to attend.

News of the verdicts came soon after the Coroner said he would accept a majority decision on whether the Liverpool fans were unlawfully killed.

Our Hillsborough Correspondent Andy Bonner reports:

Hillsborough Inquests - a mother's story

Verdicts have been reached at the inquests into the 96 men, women and children who died following Hillsborough.

But we'll have to wait until the morning to hear what the jury has decided.

That's to allow the families of those who lost their lives after the disaster in 1989 to attend.

Among the many relatives who've been to the hearings, since they began in March 2014, is Brenda Fox from Wirral.

She lost her son Steve at Hillsborough, aged just 21. This is Brenda's story:

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