A former constable has been accused of lying under oath - after a note about the policing of the Hillsborough disaster was apparently "wiped from history". The inquest jury were told that a message from officers - calling for the gates to be shut at the back of the Leppings Lane tunnel - was received by the police control room. But that note, recorded in a log on the day after the disaster, vanished from all subsequent documents.
The former manager of Liverpool FC at the time of the Hillsborough disaster will give evidence into the deaths of 96 fans today.
A police officer who was in the control box at Hillsborough says he recalls the match commander refusing a request to open gates.
The top police officer at the Hillsborough disaster told football chiefs Liverpool fans forced open a gate to "break in" to the ground.