Letters

Letters: The media pack in pursuit of Suárez
As a lifelong Evertonian, I am delighted that Luis Suárez will miss the forthcoming derby match. I acknowledge that this is a compliment to his ability as a footballer. But I cannot help feeling that ... [Read More]
 
Letters: Inquiry irony
Louis Blom-Cooper QC writes that at the Hillsborough Independent Panel's press conference on 12 September I stated that because of its unique status the panel was "able to get close to the victims", t... [Read More]
 
Letters: Wider issues raised by Hillsborough
During the press conference of the Hillsborough Independent Panel, Professor Phil Scraton said he and fellow panellists had the advantage over any public inquiry, that in their meticulous investigatio... [Read More]
 
Letters: Hillsborough points
Steve Downing (Letters, 14 September) can be reassured that the taking of photographs from a public place is legal and police officers have no right to prevent this or to ask for images to be deleted.... [Read More]
 
Letters: Secret courts threaten justice for all
Everyone feels a bit muddled returning to work after the summer but the Cabinet Office seems more confused than most. Its statement that "nothing heard in open court could be heard in secret" is at be... [Read More]
 
Letters: The dangers of being caught in a crowd
A lifelong Owls fan, I took my wife from Nottingham to the Sheffield Wednesday v Huddersfield fixture last season. We left the ground by the Leppings Lane exit to catch our tram and were confronted by... [Read More]
 
Letters: South Yorkshire police learned a sense of impunity at Orgreave
Kelvin Mackenzie claims he had no reason to disbelieve the police account of events on 15 April 1989 ('The lies', 13 September). Yet it was only four years before, in August 1985, that the prosecution... [Read More]
 
Letter: Hillsborough: Kept for the record
Among the most significant contributions to Hillsborough Independent Panel's report has been that of archivists and records managers. Sarah Tyacke, former chief executive of the National Archives and ... [Read More]
 
Letters: Football, sexism and homophobia
Following on from your coverage of the John Terry court case (Racist abuse or sarcastic banter? Terry's pitch row with Ferdinand reaches court, 10 July), what strikes me is the indifference with which... [Read More]
 
Letters: Put defibrillators in all public buildings
The case of Fabrice Muamba (Report, 19 March) highlights the risk of cardiac problems in fit and active young people across the country. We know that in countries such as Italy that carry out screenin... [Read More]
 

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