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It also emerged that 74 more police statements are suspected of being altered than was originally believed

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The chambers led inquiries into the deaths of Stephen Lawrence and Princess Diana and the Hillsborough disaster

Flowers and a message left by Reading Football Club at the memorial outside Anfield for the 96 fans who died in the Hillsborough Stadium disaster

Hillsborough disaster: IPCC to investigate complaints by fans that statements were altered

Anyone who attended the match in Sheffield in 1989 and later gave evidence urged to come forward

Many Bundesliga grounds, such as Borussia Dortmund’s Westfalenstadion, feature flip up rail seats on their terraces

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A lot has changed in football since the 1980s and the game has thrived

Football fans escape from being crushed in the stands at Hillsborough Stadium

Hillsborough victims’ families expecting to oversee twin inquiries

Relatives have been offered a “challenge panel” which is intended to allow them unprecedented rights to oversee the police and the IPCC investigations

Truth be told: Tragedy unfolds at Hillsborough in 1989

A year after the Hillsborough report – nothing

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Councils sell off personal details

Officers from South Yorkshire Police accused Liverpool fans of stealing money from the bodies during the disaster in 1989

Hillsborough police paid money found among the dead into force’s coffers

The police force accused of covering up Britain’s worst-ever sporting disaster profited from the tragedy by keeping money found among the dead and dying at Hillsborough, The Independent can reveal.

96 fans lost their lives during the 1989 disaster

'A significant new piece of evidence': IPCC orders search for police officer's Hillsborough notebook

One of the police officers present during the Hillsborough disaster kept a note of what happened in his pocketbook in what could be a “significant” new piece of evidence.

Hillsborough cover-up ‘worse than first thought’

The scale of the alleged police cover-up over the Hillsborough disaster was even more wide-ranging than originally believed, it emerged today.

Sir Norman Bettison, former Chief Constable of West Yorkshire Police

Disgraced Hillsborough officer Sir Norman Bettison linked to campaign to smear Stephen Lawrence family

A former chief constable who was accused of involvement in a police cover up in the wake of the Hillsborough disaster is to be investigated over claims that he sought to influence the evidence of a witness to the Macpherson Inquiry into the death of Stephen Lawrence.

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