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There is renewed debate over fans standing up at top-flight football matches.
All-seater stadiums were brought in following the 1989 disaster in which 96 people lost their lives.
Today the issue became a political one, with the Liberal Democrats saying they want the law changing to allow Premier League and Championship clubs to have safe standing sections.
Liberal Democrat John Leech, MP for Withington, has told ITV News he believes that the new 'rail seating' or 'safe seating' is significantly safer than the current arrangement, where many fans stand throughout the game in seated areas.
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The Lib Dems have announced that they would allow standing in Premier League and Championship grounds as part of their election manifesto.