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
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
Sir Norman, a chief inspector in South Yorkshire at the time of the disaster, claims the inquiry was not 'open-minded'
David Crompton was asked to resign over a statement made in the wake of the Hillsborough inquest's findings
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