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 jury hearing the fresh Hillsborough inquests has adjourned for the summer with a warning from the Coroner to not look up anything on it.
A former detective told the Hillsborough inquests how he believed a boy was "recoverable" when he carried him on a makeshift hoarding.
A police officer has described trying to revive a Liverpool fan by blowing into her mouth through a fence at Hillsborough.