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# Justice for the 96

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Criminal proceedings WILL be brought in relation to Hillsborough disaster
Six people including four police officers, a safety officer and a solicitor are charged.
Colin Murray quits TalkSport following takeover by Sun owner
The presenter said he had been offered a contract with the station until 2019.
The Times of London admits it should have put Hillsborough on its front page
The Sun, which also didn’t carry the story on the front page, has not done the same.
Hillsborough match commander admits to lying: 'I shall regret it to my dying day'
David Duckenfield was speaking at the new inquests into the stadium disaster that occurred in 1989.
Boost for Hillsborough families as new inquests to be held close to home
The coroner Lord Justice Goldring made the announcement this evening.
Hillsborough families to attend pre-inquest hearing today
The pre-inquest hearing at London’s High Court is likely to set a date and location for the full inquests into the death of 96 people at Sheffield’s Hillsborough stadium 24 years ago.
Special prosecutor to lead Hillsborough investigation - report
The Liverpool Echo reports that the British government will announce the highly-unusual move on Monday when the Hillsborough Independent Panel report will be debated in parliament.
Up to 200 police could face charges over Hillsborough tragedy
The news comes as the Independent Police Complaints Commission is set to launch the “the largest independent inquiry that has been launched into the actions of the police in the United Kingdom.”
Hillsborough disaster: Sir Norman Bettison to retire in March
The announcement comes in the wake of the damning report into the events of the Hillsborough disaster.
Column: The full story of the Hillsborough disaster is still to come
A report published last week shed light on an establishment cover-up but the full story of the 1989 stadium disaster is still to come, writes the Hillsborough Justice Campaign’s Sheila Coleman.
Senior officer referred to police watchdog over Hillsborough report
Sir Norman Bettison, who was responsible for a discredited internal inquiry into the police’s handling of the Hillsborough stadium disaster 23 years ago, is facing an investigation.
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.
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.
"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.
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.
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.