Kenny Derbyshire, Hillsborough Justice Campaign chair and Hillsborough survivor, said of today's announcement:
It's a very good decision. We're made up with it.
The families didn't want to have to move down to London, so this is for the families.
I've spoken to a number of families today and they're delighted.
With two campaign groups, unfortunately you will get disagreements from time to time. But I'm sure everyone will be delighted with the decision.
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