Twenty-three years after the Hillsborough tragedy, an unprecedented criminal investigation into what went wrong - and the subsequent police cover-up - was ordered today.
It will be the biggest ever investigation into the police in British legal history. Former and serving officers could face prosecution - on charges ranging from manslaughter to perverting the course of justice.
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