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Hillsborough: Pressure for prosecutions as police open inquiry over conduct
Meanwhile a senior police officer who was at Hillsborough today claimed fans made the police’s job harder amid calls for him to resign.
FA apologises -- eventually -- for part in Hillsborough tragedy
“I offer a full and unreserved apology and express sincere condolences to all of the families of those who lost their lives and to everyone connected to the city of Liverpool.”
Benitez on Hillsborough: Families have truth, now they can continue the fight
The former Liverpool boss told that that the truth was important for everyone connected to the disaster and now allows people to continue the fight for justice.
The Morning Score: Thursday
Joe Canning has a cut off Shefflin, Rob Penney picks his side and Trap has more to say about his players’ club careers.
'The Real Truth': how Hillsborough is reported on Thursday's front pages
“Today the truth, tomorrow… justice” reads The Scotsman while the Times describes events as “vindication for Hillsborough families after 23-year struggle.”
Videos, pics: A day of truth and revelations for Hillsborough families
A round-up of a historic day for those affected by the death of 96 Liverpool fans at Hillsborough stadium 23 years ago.
In photos: What happened at Hillsborough on 15 April 1989
Relatives of the 96 people who died at Hillsborough today got to see previously unseen documents about what happened at the stadium.
Hillsborough: MacKenzie apologises for Sun's 'The Truth' headline
The former editor of The Sun newspaper said he was “totally misled” into running the story, families of the 96 victims of the stadium disaster said it was “too little, too late” from the “clever lowlife”.
"41 people might have survived" - the Hillsborough report's findings
“The truth is out today and the justice starts tomorrow,” says the chair of the Hillsborough Family Support Group following the report of an independent panel examining 450,000 documents related to the disaster.
The front page of this evening's Liverpool Echo special Hillsborough edition
The paper’s front-page splash is a powerful summary of the main findings from today’s independent report.
In full: The Report of the Hillsborough Independent Panel
You can now read the report on the Hillsborough stadium disaster in full that has been published today in full.
Independent report finds police changed Hillsborough statements to deflect blame
Prime minister David Cameron offers a ‘profound’ apology to the victims of the 96 Hillsborough victims as a new independent report is published.
Search for justice and the 'truthful truth': Hillsborough panel to publish findings
There have been renewed calls for the Prime Minister to offer a national apology to the victims and their families.
Column: 'People are dying without ever having had justice' - Hillsborough 23 years on
Today marks 23 years since 96 Liverpool supporters died at Hillsborough. Sheila Coleman writes on the ongoing battle for justice for the families and survivors of that fateful day.
Documents reveal Thatcher was wrongly told 'drunk fans' caused Hillsborough
Documents disclosed by the BBC detail the views of senior police officers at the time that Liverpool fans had caused the 1989 stadium disaster when an inquiry later found the failure of police crowd control had been the main cause.
'Hillsborough ruling a victory for football' - Dalglish
The Liverpool manager praised the efforts of MPs Andy Burnham and Steve Rotheram in facillitating the passing of the recent Hillsborough motion.
British PM urged to apologise for 'one of the biggest injustices of the 20th century'
A parliamentary debate on the Hillsborough disaster ended with an agreement that all government documents relating to the disaster would be released.
House of Commons backs call to release Hillsborough documents
LIVE: House of Commons debates release of Hillsborough documents
MPs debate a motion calling for the release of all documents relating to the Hillsborough Stadium disaster of 1989.
Houghton and Whelan programme sponsorship row under discussion
The two former Liverpool players have been criticised after it emerged that the tabloid newspaper which Liverpool fans have boycotted for 22 years will sponsor a show they are due to appear on.
Should Ray Houghton and Ronnie Whelan boycott RTÉ programme?
The two former Liverpool and Ireland stars are under pressure over proposed appearance on an RTÉ programme sponsored by The Irish Sun, which has been the subject of 22-year boycott by Liverpool supporters over its coverage of Hillsborough. Should they go ahead with the appearance?
The Daily Fix: Sunday
Our collection of the day’s news, developments and random tidbits. Today including: an awesome time-lapse video.
The 9 at 9: Sunday
Nine things you need to know by 9am: Man arrested in connection with discovery of a body in Laois; Japan’s nuclear crisis under control ‘within nine months’; shocking figures from the ISPCA; and Cuba’s socialist state could be about to undergo huge change.