Police

A thankyou from a Hillsborough survivor | Letters
I gave evidence at the Hillsborough inquests, where I met your reporter David Conn, and I have since followed his reports. Can I say thank you for publishing the truth and continuing to publish detail... [Read More]
 
Orgreave and the pickets of Saltley | Letters
Ken Capstick (The lies binding Hillsborough to Orgreave, 6 May) speaks eloquently of connections between the two events and the imperative that, now truth is established over Hillsborough, we need the... [Read More]
 
South Yorkshire police 'tried to spin evidence' at Hillsborough inquests
Exclusive: Media officer employed by force says she was instructed to emphasise allegations of fans misbehaviour to pressSouth Yorkshire police sought to secure “positive” media coverage of the recent... [Read More]
 
Miners' strike: IPCC considers unredacted Orgreave report
Police watchdog considers publishing full version of report into events at Yorkshire coking plant during 1984 strikeThe police watchdog is considering whether an unredacted version of a report into ev... [Read More]
 
Hillsborough families criticise South Yorkshire PCC over inquest tactics
Police and crime commissioner Alan Billings is criticised for supporting force’s adversarial strategy during hearingsFamilies of people unlawfully killed at Hillsborough in 1989 have criticised the po... [Read More]
 
South Yorkshire police to be run by chief of neighbouring force
North Yorkshire chief constable, Dave Jones, to run force on temporary basis after Hillsborough inquest findingsThe current chief constable of North Yorkshire, Dave Jones, is to run the troubled South... [Read More]
 
Hillsborough: ‘Finally, we got justice’
Adrian Tempany was at Hillsborough in 1989. Last week he was in Warrington to see the inquest jury deliver its verdict, and a community’s struggle against injustice finally win outAfter 27 years, just... [Read More]
 
Hillsborough inquest: legal system a key part of establishment that failed families for years
The inquest delivered the basic justice people had waited 27 years for – but a detached judge and police repetition of old, putrid claims prolonged the nightmareThe overwhelming majority of people in ... [Read More]
 
Why did the Hillsborough lie endure? The victims were the wrong class | Ian Jack
In 1989, football was derided as a ‘slum sport played in slum stadiums ... watched by slum people’. Our view of disaster often depends on who is involvedIn April 1989 I was about to fly home from Delh... [Read More]
 
Union leader accuses Jack Straw of failing Hillsborough victims
Len McCluskey, who was at 1989 match, says former home secretary should hang head in shame over discredited reviewLen McCluskey, the union leader who witnessed first-hand the Hillsborough tragedy 27 y... [Read More]
 

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