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News and articles relating to the Hillsborough Disaster.
After April’s Hillsborough justice verdict, the 96 victims are to be posthumously awarded the Freedom of Liverpool.
Football clubs around the world paid tribute to the 96 this weekend after Tuesday’s Hillsborough inquest verdict delivered justice.
Swansea City paid tribute to the families of the 96 after Tuesday’s Hillsborough inquest verdict, laying a wreath at the Liberty Stadium on Sunday.
Lawyers acting for the families of the Hillsborough disaster victims are to press ahead with legal action against South Yorkshire Police and West Midlands Police.
Andy Burnham, Shadow Home Secretary and Leigh MP, delivered a rousing speech in the House of Commons on Wednesday, in the wake of the Hillsborough inquest.
Jeff Goulding reflects on a historic day for Liverpool FC, the city, the British legal system – but above all, the families of the 96.
The Hillsborough inquest ruled that the 96 supporters to lose their lives in 1989 were unlawfully killed, bringing justice to Merseyside.
The 96 Liverpool fans who died as a result of the Hillsborough disaster will be commemorated later after an inquest jury ruled they were unlawfully killed, triggering calls for further action.
Former Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish believes the Hillsborough inquest verdict is total vindication for the relatives and supporters of the club following a 27-year battle for the truth.
The Hillsborough Justice Campaign group released a statement on Tuesday night, reacting to the verdict of unlawful killing of the 96.
Liverpool chief executive Ian Ayre has praised the resilience of the Hillsborough campaigners after a “true verdict” was delivered on Tuesday.
Families of the 96 Liverpool fans who died in the Hillsborough disaster declared that justice had finally been done.
Barry Devonside, who lost his only son Christopher, 18, in the Hillsborough disaster said he had “dreamt” of the moment a jury decided the 96 victims were unlawfully killed.
The justice delivered through Tuesday’s Hillsborough inquest verdict brought the footballing world together to pay respect to the 96.
The Hillsborough disaster affected Liverpool as a city, with supporters fighting for justice for 27 years after tragedy struck in Sheffield in 1989.
Former Liverpool manager Rafa Benitez has praised the verdict of the Hillsborough disaster inquest in an emphatic statement on Tuesday afternoon.
Hillsborough campaign Margaret Aspinall delivered an emotional response to Tuesday’s verdict, praising the city of Liverpool for their support.
After a jury ruled the deaths of the 96 at Hillsborough to have been unlawful, families affected joined to sign You’ll Never Walk Alone.