Character assassinations are a common part of the court experience for families when police or other state organisations are asked to explain their conduct in court, a charity says
Dawn Copley has 'offered to step back to her substantive role' while another temporary chief constable was sought
Lawyers said they were representing hundreds of relatives in claims for 'misfeasance in public office'
Without article 2 of the European Convention on Human Rights the gross negligence behind the deaths at Hillsborough would never have been uncovered
Instead of a heartfelt apology which could have made valuable steps towards healing decades-long wounds, the people of Liverpool were faced with one final injustice
Fiona Nicol attempted to save one of the youngest victims of the disaster, 14-year-old Adam Spearritt
The Times and its sister paper The Sun were criticised for being the only British papers not to lead on the story
Charlotte Hennessy said the 27-year long battle for justice had impacted on her family life
"It was when the stadium first came into view, at 2.30pm, that something seemed different and not quite right"
The IPCC has been pursuing more than 10,000 lines of enquiry in the biggest ever probe into allegations of police misconduct and criminality
There were emotional celebrations after a jury found the fans were not to blame for the disaster
Jurors were given a questionnaire to be completed as part of their decision
The hearings have been taking place for more than two years, with over 800 witnesses providing evidence
Jurors will need to answer 14 questions about how the 96 deaths were caused, including a possible verdict of unlawful killing
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