A former police officer has says he's outraged after discovering that his first-hand account of the Hillsborough disaster had been tampered with.
Martin McLoughlin was on duty for South Yorkshire Police at Hillsborough on the day of the tragedy.
23 years later, he's now learned his statement was altered to remove criticism of the force.
Meanwhile, lawyers representing relatives of those who died in the disaster have now written to the government's main legal adviser demanding new inquests be held in Liverpool.
The latest now from our Merseyside Correspondent Andy Bonner:
The Attorney General is expected to apply to have the original verdicts in the inquest into the deaths of 93 fans at Hillsborough quashed.
Representatives of the Hillsborough victims' families will meet with the Home Affairs Committee to discuss what action needs to be taken.
Families of those who died at Hillsborough have been giving their reaction to the announcements by the DPP today.