Police watchdog says although conduct of lawyers 'clearly caused distress' to victims' families there was no evidence of a crime
Independent Police Complaints Commission probes relationship between secret society and former senior police officers
Images of 19 men have been released by Operation Resolve as part of its inquiry into the tragedy
Paul Grange's actions drew widespread criticism
Twenty-seven years ago, the FA Cup semi-final between Liverpool and Nottingham Forest, at the Hillsborough Stadium in Sheffield, turned into carnage. At the Leppings Lane end, in the already packed central ‘pens’, 96 Liverpool supporters died after the police opened an exit gate on them to relieve crowd pressure outside the ground. Now the inquest has judged them unlawful killings, the witnesses can give their accounts of the events leading to this tragedy
If the police pre-planned a mass, unlawful assault on the miners at Orgreave, and then sought to cover up what they did and arrest people on trumped-up charges, we need to know
Senior police officers and a soliticor linked to the collection of evidence at Hillsborough and Orgreave have been named
'If there’s truth in this, that is shocking and we have to deal with it'
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