UK government stops short of fully committing to ‘Hillsborough Law’



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The government has stopped short of fully committing to a “Hillsborough Law” in its long-awaited response to a report on the experiences of the victims’ families more than six years after it was published.

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16 thoughts on “UK government stops short of fully committing to ‘Hillsborough Law’

  1. Cannot BELIEVE Sky doesn't turn off the comments wen such sensitive thoughts affecting actual lives of actual people being talked abt with the hateful football audience at their mercy … 👆 Wat a SHAMELESS DISGRACE 💯 ..

  2. And Liverpool fans should also admit to the culture within their 80's fan base of storming the away end gates. They were famous for it and I witnessed it myself. Truth, ON ALL SIDES.

  3. The Government vote against a law that would make them liable in the future when they cock up and hide evidence. No surprise here. The Government, The Sun Newspaper and Tony Blair all played a part in the cover up which was proved and still after all this time the families of the 97 are still having to fight. SHocking

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