Hillsborough police officers can't be disciplined as all have retired
Victims’ families call for law change as investigators say retired offices facing more than 170 allegations of misconduct cannot be disciplinedNone of the former police officers under investigation fo... [Read More]
Hillsborough disaster: survivors seek justice for alleged police cover-up
Inquest found that 96 people who died in crush were unlawfully killed, due to South Yorkshire police failings. Now survivors hope those responsible will face chargesOn the sunny spring day of 15 April... [Read More]
Hillsborough family criticises Met chief over IPCC claim
Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe had said ‘investigation has concluded I did nothing wrong’ even though inquiry continuesBritain’s most senior police officer is facing further criticism in relation to the 1989 ... [Read More]
Hillsborough: high court hears damages claim over police 'cover-up'
Action brought by 465 people affected by 1989 stadium disaster accuses police of misfeasance in public officeA damages action brought by 465 people over an alleged police cover-up in the aftermath of ... [Read More]
Hillsborough: Sir Norman Bettison is seeking to deny the truth
Hillsborough Untold portrays former chief inspector as victim and is intended to help him avoid criminal chargesSir Norman Bettison, a chief inspector in the South Yorkshire police at the time of the ... [Read More]
The Guardian view on Orgreave: refusing an inquiry is a denial of justice | Editorial
Insisting on police accountability would have offered redress to wronged miners and helped restore trust in the government’s claim that it governs for allAmber Rudd, the home secretary, is wrong to re... [Read More]
IPCC to review decision not to investigate police chief over Hillsborough
Furious reaction from families bereaved in 1989 disaster prompts police watchdog to reconsider David Crompton rulingThe decision of the Independent Police Complaints Commission not to investigate the ... [Read More]
Hillsborough: 132 police officers and staff have not assisted watchdog
IPCC says 64 South Yorkshire police officers and 68 from West Midlands force have not provided witness accountsA total of 132 police officers and staff have not assisted the police watchdog’s investig... [Read More]
Leveson part 2 must not be kicked into the long grass | Letters
You report (Burnham urges MPs to back ‘Hillsborough law’ for families, 13 June) that Labour are urging the government to go ahead with the second phase of the Leveson inquiry into the media, but that ... [Read More]
Hillsborough: 19 people refuse to help IPCC inquiry
Police watchdog says 19 people would not give evidence to independent investigation into role of West Midlands policeNineteen people have refused to assist an independent investigation into the role o... [Read More]

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