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Police corruption ‘rubs salt in wounds’ of Hillsborough families

Police corruption ‘rubs salt in wounds’ of Hillsborough families

Officers involved in the cover up of the Hillsborough disaster ‘have hidden behind a police uniform for 25 years’, according to campaigners. Steven Kelly, who lost his brother in the…

Hillsborough: the end of the beginning for campaign for justice for the 96?

Hillsborough: the end of the beginning for campaign for justice for the 96?

I have never been able to view Hillsborough with the dispassionate eye lawyers are supposed to bring to bear, writes Mark George QC. That’s probably because long before I ever…

Sean Rigg: Who polices the police?

Sean Rigg: Who polices the police?

The question of who polices the police is more than rhetorical, writes Michael Etienne. It is a question posed in title of Ken Faro’s hard-hitting film documenting the death of…

Hillsborough & justice for the 96

Most people in Liverpool can tell you what they were doing on 15th April 1989. At 3.00 I was listening to local radio following Everton FC’s FA Cup semi-final with…

Autistic teenager ‘failed by agencies’

Last month the deputy coroner for West Yorkshire, Professor Paul Marks, announced the outcome of an inquest into the death of Gareth Oates. Gareth died on March 2nd 2010, less…

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