Overdue review into legal aid cuts is a denial of justice | Letters
We write to congratulate the new prime minister on her appointment and commend her vision of “a country that works not for a privileged few but for every one of us”. We hope she will agree that such a... [Read More]
LFC fan Colin Murray quits talkSPORT over S*n link, Collymore exit now makes sense
UK radio station talkSPORT have lost two of their best broadcasters in less than 24 hours. Divisive pundit Stan Collymore announced his departure on Tuesday night, via Twitter. Collymore wrote: “... [Read More]
Man who wore offensive Hillsborough t-shirt fined £600
Paul Grange leaving Worcester Justice Centre Court (Picture: Newsteam) A man who was arrested for wearing a T-shirt mocking the Hillsborough disaster has been fined £600 after admitting a public order... [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]
Clive Tydlsley lambasted for Hillsborough-ignorant piece of commentary during England draw
Clive Tydlsley has been admonished on Twitter for a piece of commentary which was, at best, ridiculously overzealous, and at worst, inappropriate and insensitive. After England finally broke the deadl... [Read More]
Hillsborough: An extract from Adrian Tempany’s ‘And the Sun Shines Now’
On 15 April 1989, 96 people were fatally injured on a football terrace at an FA Cup semi-final in Sheffield. The Hillsborough [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]
And the Sun Shines Now by Adrian Tempany review – a Hillsborough survivor on the modern game
From ‘slum sport’ to domineering cultural force – a brave and deeply personal history of how the disaster has shaped footballIn 1985, four years before the Hillsborough disaster, an editorial in the S... [Read More]
West Mercia Police arrest 50-year-old man over offensive Hillsborough t-shirt
West Murcia Police have said that a 50-year-old man has been arrested under Section 4a of the Public Order Act after he was reported for wearing a t-shirt printed with offensive comments relating to t... [Read More]
Liverpool fans campaign for Paul Grange to lose job over tee-shirt mocking Hillsborough disaster
Paul Grange will rue the day that he crossed Liverpool fans. The man in question was allegedly thrown out of a Worcester pub after being spotted wearing a disgusting tee-shirt mocking the Hillsborough... [Read More]

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