The police watchdog could formally investigate the role played by Britain's most senior police officer in the Hillsborough disaster.
Hillsborough Justice Campaign say independent scrutiny of investigations into the aftermath of the disaster is "paramount" for campaigners
IPCC says it needs to provide the last definitive word on the disaster a year after the Hillsborough Independent Panel issued its report.
Families of ninety-six people killed in the Hillsborough disaster will today attend the final preliminary hearing ahead of fresh inquests next year. It's after the 1991 verdicts of accidental death were quashed by the High Court.
The police watchdog is launching an appeal for witnesses today as part of its investigation into the aftermath of the Hillsborough disaster.
The Independent Police Complaints Commission will ask to hear from anyone who thinks they can help with their inquiry into a police cover up.
Families of victims of the Hillsborough Disaster are meeting the Director of Public Prosecutions. They will discuss progress in the Independent Police Complaints Commission's investigation into the tragedy with Keir Starmer
It's been a year since the release of a report which uncovered attempts to blame the Hillsborough Disaster on its victims. It's prompted the biggest criminal and police misconduct investigation in British history.
Hillsborough campaigner Margaret Aspinall will receive an award from the Irish city of Cork.
Margaret, who chairs the Hillsborough Family Support Group, will collect the prestigious Spirit of Mother Jones award at a ceremony taking place in Ireland this evening.
Margaret Aspinall, chair of the Hillsborough Family Support Group, which represents the interests of around 70 affected families, has demanded to meet Ms Saunders to confirm if she "still holds the same opinions".
– Margaret Aspinall, Hillsborough Family Support Group
"I would like to meet her," she said. "I want to know does her opinion still stand to this day. If it does not still stand - what made her change her mind and why?
"It's an absolute disgrace she has been appointed as DPP - how is that justice for the 96?"
Kevin Williams' mother Anne campaigned for a fresh inquest into her son's death before she died from cancer in April, fighting against the coroner's findings that he died before the imposed 3.15pm cut-off.
Within documents compiled by the Hillsborough Independent Panel, a report from Ms Saunders concluded that on the "basis of the new evidence put forward" by Kevin's relatives "there is nothing which makes a fresh inquest necessary or in the interests of justice".