DETECTIVES leading a criminal investigation into the Hillsborough disaster appealed yesterday for 19 people seen in CCTV footage at the stadium to come forward.
New images showing the potential witnesses at the Leppings Lane end of the football ground in Sheffield have been released by...
Wednesday 24th Aug 2016
posted by Morning Star in Britain
FOOTBALL: Two public areas around Anfield’s redeveloped Main Stand are to be named in honour of the victims of the Hillsborough disaster and legendary former manager Bob Paisley.
A permanent memorial to the fans who died will also be located on 96 Avenue, a tree-lined path...
Thursday 18th Aug 2016
posted by Morning Star in Sport
IPCC sees no clash with Hillsborough inquiry, PM goes quiet
Thursday 21st Jul 2016
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
A MOTHER who lost her son in the Hillsborough disaster called yesterday for a “level playing field” for bereaved families in legal fights against the police.
In an emotional address to MPs, Margaret Aspinall, whose 18-year-old son James died in the tragedy, said it was a...
Thursday 12th May 2016
by Granville Williams
Wednesday 11th May 2016
posted by Morning Star in Features
RADICAL policing reforms were proposed by Labour yesterday to rebalance the “odds stacked against ordinary families” seeking justice after the death of a loved one.
Shadow home secretary Andy Burnham launched a cross-party campaign in light of the verdict last month on the...
In the second and final part, ROGER DOMENEGHETTI analyses the long term reaction to the media’s lies about the disaster
Saturday 7th May 2016
A FORMER South Yorkshire Police press officer was praised by journalists’ union the NUJ yesterday after she claimed that the force had ordered her to “spin” testimony at the Hillsborough inquests.
Hayley Court accused her ex-employer of “immoral spin” and...
posted by Paddy McGuffin in Britain
How can South Yorkshire Police continue to lie about 1984 now its later cover-up has been exposed? asks GRANVILLE WILLIAMS
Wednesday 4th May 2016
Police conspiracies and demonisation of ordinary people didn’t start on that awful day in 1989, or even at Orgreave – and the case isn’t closed, writes NICK MATTHEWS
Tuesday 3rd May 2016