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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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After a momentous week for the Hillsborough families, tonight the 1996 Jimmy McGovern film will be shown again on ITV.
The controversial drama documentary was credited with giving the impetus to the families' campaigning which finally led to a change.
Mel Barham reports:-
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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.
Families of the 96 Liverpool who died at the Hillsborough disaster are preparing to hear the verdicts of the jury at the inquests into their deaths.
The jury of six women and three men have heard 267 days of evidence in the longest inquests in British legal history. The jury has been told to answer a general questionnaire of 14 questions as well as record the time and cause of death for each of the Liverpool fans who died in the disaster at the FA Cup semi-final in Sheffield on April 15 1989.
The coroner, Sir John Goldring, explained to the jury yesterday that he could accept a decision of 7-2 or 8-1 on the one remaining question they had not agreed on - the question as to whether the Liverpool fans were unlawfully killed.
The jury continued their deliberations before they returned and indicated that at least seven of them had reached a majority decision.
Sir John said the decision would be given from 11 am on Tuesday so that the families would be able to attend.
The fresh inquests were ordered in 2012 after the publication of the Hillsborough Independent Panel's report into the tragedy. The report quashed the verdicts from the original 1991 inquests.
"It is difficult to convey the real sense of nervousness and anticipation that the families are feeling. They will reconvene to hear what the jury has to say at 11 o'clock...on what is sure to be a landmark day."
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: