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Relatives of some of those who died at Hillsborough have told a court that police asked them about alcohol moments after identifying bodies.Read the full story ›
A man from Liverpool has been describing his new grief for his brother who died at Hillsborough.
Peter Copoc has been speaking exactly a year after new inquests began into the death of 20 year old Stephen and 95 other football fans.
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The father of one of the Hillsborough victims has confronted former South Yorkshire police match commander David Duckenfield outside the inquests in Warrington.
Barry Devonside's son, Christopher, 18, died in the tragedy in 1989.
He approached Mr Duckenfield as he left the temporary courtroom after giving seven days of evidence.
Mr Devonside told ITV News afterwards: "I introduced myself as Barry Devonside. I asked him why you've kept myself my wife and our daughter and all of the other families waiting for 26 years.
''He apologised to me and said I can't say any more than that and just turned and walked away. "