The father of Christopher Devonside who died at Hillsborough claims that South Yorkshire's chief constable at the time sneered at him.Read the full story ›
A 50-year-old man has been arrested after he was seen wearing a T-shirt in a pub that mocked the victims of the Hillsborough disaster.Read the full story ›
Gerry Marsden MBE has expressed his support for this weekend’s 'Run For The 96' 5K which will commemorate the Hillsborough victims.Read the full story ›
Retired South Yorkshire Chief Superintendent David Duckenfield has released a statement. This comes after the Hillsborough inquests returned verdicts of unlawful killing.
A Hillsborough survivor has been reunited with the man who pulled him out of the crush at the disaster in 1989.Read the full story ›
Steve White, chairman of the Police Federation today asked people to observe one minute's silence for Hillsborough victimsRead the full story ›
The Independent Police Complaints Commission is considering publishing an unredacted report of what happened at the Battle of Orgreave.Read the full story ›
The new interim chief constable of South Yorkshire Police has said he plans to listen to the families of those who died at Hillsborough.Read the full story ›
Everton manager Roberto Martinez says the verdicts in the Hillsborough inquests have given the city of Liverpool "an incredible boost."
Speaking ahead of Everton's match against Bournemouth on Saturday, Martinez said the Hillsborough Families Support Group "showed us all the way, how to fight in life, and how to persevere" in their battle for the truth.
High Court claims have been issued against South Yorkshire Police and West Midlands Police by lawyers representing some of the Hillsborough survivors and the families of those who died.
The claims concern the cover up and actions intended to wrongly blame the deceased and supporters for the tragedy.