The former Merseyside and West Yorkshire chief constable had been charged with four counts of misconduct in a public office, all relating to alleged lies he told about his role in the aftermath of the 1989 tragedy.
The police chief will face trial for 95 manslaughter by gross negligence charges.
Topman has stoped selling a top which appeared to reference the Hillsborough disaster
The top had the number 96 on it as well as a rose and the phrase 'what goes around comes back around'
Rapper Stormzy used his performance at The Brits to criticise Theresa May over her response to the Grenfell Tower fire
Three people from Leppings Lane charged
A report on Hillsborough says there should be charter for bereaved families
96 football fans died in a crush at the Hillsborough stadium in 1989
A week-long poll run by a campaign group revealed 88% of the sample voted in favour of safe standing
Sir Martin Moore-Bick faced an angry public meeting tonight
Six people have been charged with offences relating to the Hillsborough disaster
Those charged include Hillsborough match commander David Duckenfield and former chief constable Sir Norman Bettison
James Saunders, an inquest lawyer who worked on the Hillsborough case, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the inquiry into the deaths caused by the fire
The results continue to trickle in, but the Hillsborough campaigner has won the post amid Labour woes
Ray Lewis, referee at the ill-fated semi-final in 1989, claims the disaster has had a lasting impact
The so-called 'Hillsborough law' would lead to greater accountability from police forces
Matt Chorley, editor of the Times Red Box and newest Press Gallery Chairman, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the UKIP leader's admission that claims made about his association with Hillsborough were false
Nuttall had claimed to have lost close friends in the 1989 tragedy but has now rowed back from the claim
Nuttall had previously said he lost close friends on the day of the disaster, but now admits this isn't the case
Evidence on 23 suspects in relation to the Hillsborough disaster has been handed to prosecutors by investigators
Evans, who was at Hillsborough on the day of the disaster in 1989, believes criminal cases may come to court later this year and justice may finally be around the corner
Sir Norman, a chief inspector in South Yorkshire at the time of the disaster, claims the inquiry was not 'open-minded'
Witnesses to last night's violence say the police lost control and the stadium's labyrinthine structure is a recipe for disaster
David Crompton was asked to resign over a statement made in the wake of the Hillsborough inquest's findings
The Sun's coverage of the Hillsborough disaster has lead to an emnity against the newspaper which has lasted decades.
The shadow home secretary suggested to Paul Ross he would support his opposite number over 'opportunist' Boris Johnson
Labour MP Andy Burham launches a scaching attack on the force and its history of ‘underhand tactics in pursuing false prosecutions’
Graham Beecroft was commentating on the FA Cup semi-final when the disaster unfolded
John Keith says what people want is 'absolute justice'
Liverpool Echo deputy head of sport hails the outcome of the Warrington inquest