The Hillsborough inquest jury heard the father of a victim describe the 'eerie' moment he thought he himself would be killed in the crush.Read the full story ›
The jury in the Hillsborough Inquests have heard that police were told to remove bodies because they were 'antagonising' fans.
The jury heard senior officers had told colleagues to remove them as the disaster unfolded in 1989.
Moving video footage has been released in a bid to trace a number of people who helped casulties of the Hillsborough Disaster.
The images have been released by 'Operation Resolve' as part of the new inquests into the deaths of 96 Liverpool fans in 1989.
The daughter of a Hillsborough victim, who was only two when he died, has been hearing evidence about her father's last moments.Read the full story ›
The Hillsborough Inquests have heard a senior police officer told his men to 'remove bodies' because they were 'antagonising' other fans.Read the full story ›
A Liverpool fan who died in the Hillsborough disaster asked when the crush was going to stop, his inquest has hearRead the full story ›
A former special constable has said she was bullied into changing her account about a schoolboy saying his last word before dying at Hillsborough.
Debra Martin says she heard 15 year old Kevin Williams from Formby say the word "mum" - about 45 minutes after the coroner in the original inquests ruled the victims were beyond saving.
Today the officer who took the new statement refuted claims she put pressure on her.
Our Hillsborough correspondent, Andy Bonner has been at the hearing.
Retired officer says coroner at the original Hillsborough inquests told her it was unlikely teenager said the word "mum" before he died.Read the full story ›
A special constable tells a court she was bullied into changing her account about witnessing a schoolboy say his last word at HillsboroughRead the full story ›
An off-duty police officer has told a court that he felt a pulse in a teenager minutes after he was pulled from the pen at Hillsborough.Read the full story ›