The Hillsborough campaigner Anne Williams has died. She had been diagnosed last year with terminal cancer.
Politicians and celebrities, including Melanie C, will join runners over finish line of 96 mile charity run between Hillsborough and Anfield
The IPCC says former police chief Sir Norman Bettison would "have a case to answer" after the Hillsborough report if he had not retired.
Royle Family star Sue Johnston will join Peep Show and Phoenix Nights actor Neil Fitzmaurice and former England rugby player Steve Prescott for the start of a charity bike ride in memory of the 96 fans who died in the Hillsborough disaster.
This year's Ride for the 96 will be held today, with participants cycling one kilometre for every life lost during the stadium tragedy, during the FA Cup semi-final between Liverpool and Nottingham Forest, held in Sheffield 24 years ago.
Around 250 riders will participate in this year's ride, with more than £10,000 already raised for the charities.
Lord Justice Goldring will hand down a decision on the venue for the Hillsborough inquests next week.
The Coroner has ruled that the Hillsborough inquest will not be delayed because of the Independent Police Complaints Commission investigation and will start in early 2014.
The Independent Police Complaints Commission has interviewed five retired West Midlands officers, got documents from the Thatcher archive and expects 100 staff on its team in relation to the Hillsborough investigation.
They said a small number of organisations and individuals are resisting handing over information to the investigation.
The investigation is moving to the criminal and misconduct phase and they are working through a list of 1444 South Yorkshire officers and 400 others connected to Hillsborough.
Dozens of family members of those that died in the Hillsborough disaster will travel to London today for an initial pre-inquest hearing, the proceedings will also be streamed on a live link-up from Liverpool Crown Court.
The hearing was arranged to establish the process under which High Court judge Lord Justice Goldring, appointed to oversee the inquests by attorney general Dominic Grieve, would proceed.
Lord Justice Goldring also sat on the trial of 10-year-old Damilola Taylor's killers.
The pre-inquest hearing will be held at the Principal Registry of the Family Division of the High Court from 11.30am, and is expected to conclude by 4.30pm.
A hearing will take place today to discuss preparations for a fresh inquest into the deaths of 96 people in the Hillsborough disaster.
Families of those who died will find out how the inquests will work and what evidence can be used, they will also hear where the inquests will take place.
Last month a spokesperson for the inquest said that although today's pre-hearing will take place in London, it is no indication that the full inquest will be held in the capital.
Lord Justice Goldring was appointed coroner for the new inquests after the original inquest verdicts were quashed by the High Court in December.
Former Liverpool players Robbie Fowler and Dietmar Hamann have paid tribute to Anne Williams, who has died after a battle with cancer:
RIP Anne Williams....one of the Liverpool mums, a remarkable woman in every way...From @Robbie9Fowler on Twitter:
R.I.P. Anne Williams a remarkable woman with unbelievable strength.Never forgotten.From @DietmarHamann on Twitter:
Hillsborough Justice Campaign lawyer Elkan Abrahamson paid tribute to Anne Williams, who passed away in the early hours.
'I was very sad to learn of Anne's death. I have known Anne for two decades. Her unremitting fight for the victims of Hillsborough has been an inspiration to us all. There is no doubt that without her commitment and tenacious investigation the families would not be where they are today - on the verge of justice after the truth has been uncovered.
She was a loving mother, not just to Kevin but also to Michael and Sara. We will continue to draw support and strength from her example.'
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Steve Rotheram, Labour MP for Liverpool Walton, drew on the funeral of Margaret Thatcher in his tribute to Hillsborough campaigner Anne Williams.
He said: "In a week that saw the funeral of a woman described as the 'Iron Lady', Liverpool will mourn the loss of a real woman of steely determination."
– Steve Rotheram, Labour MP for Liverpool Walton
For almost a quarter of a century, the fight for truth and justice became the work of Anne's life. She was routinely let down by an establishment hell bent on protecting themselves rather than protecting the families.
Anne's relentless pursuit of justice for her son personified the unyielding bond of a mother's love for her child. She was an inspiration to thousands of women across Merseyside and Britain.
In a powerful tribute, Mayor of Liverpool Joe Anderson described Anne Williams as an "amazing woman" and a "dedicated campaigner who continued fighting tirelessly for justice right up until the end."
– Joe Anderson, Mayor of Liverpool
It was a mark of her incredible strength that even in her last days she made sure she attended the Hillsborough memorial service at Anfield.
It was a real privilege for me to know such an inspirational person whose determination and conviction played a significant role in exposing the cover up over Hillsborough. “We can take heart from the fact that she lived to see the truth revealed.