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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.
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.
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.
Hard-pressed staff sent victims direct to mortuary as stadium disaster unfolded
The judge presiding over the re-opened inquests into the 96 Hillsborough victims has rapidly and categorically rejected attempts by the Police Federation to delay the hearings by up to six years, until the conclusion of criminal investigations into the tragedy.
Lord Justice Goldring reassures families that proceedings would be transparent
FA has stated standard three-match punishment for the offence is "clearly insufficient in these circumstances"
Uruguayan branded "Cannibal of Anfield"
Debate over whether to pay respects to form Prime Minister has divided opinion
Brendan Rodgers has said the only silent tribute this weekend should be held before Liverpool's game at Reading in order to honour the memory of the 96 supporters who died in the Hillsborough disaster.
Football clubs will not mark the death of the former Prime Minister
Her compulsory membership plan for supporters was detested and failed
One of Britain’s most senior police officers, who was severely criticised for his role in the aftermath of the Hillsborough disaster, abused his position and would have faced dismissal for gross misconduct if he had not quit with his full pension, the police watchdog has found.
The Independent’s Dave Brown last night won Cartoonist of the Year at the Society of Editors’ UK Press Awards.
Sinkhole exposed after demolition teams removed final walls of house
Former Spice Girl Mel C collected the Tesco Celebrity Mum of the Year award today.