Twenty eight years after the Hillsborough tragedy, Liverpool backs the fans campaign to boycott the Sun newspaper.
In the wake of the Hillsborough verdict, charges should now be brought, argues Brian Glanville.
David Crompton suspended a day after he apologised for his force's "catastrophic" handling of the Hillsborough disaster.
Twenty seven years after the disaster, a jury concludes that the fans died unlawfully.
Fans plan tribute to the 96 victims of the tragedy.
In the days after the extraordinary impact of the Hillsborough Independent Panel’s report, which delivered the unanswerable truth about the disaster, there followed a strange swirl of competing emotions.
One very poignant personal memory remains to me of the appalling Hillsborough disaster. A few days afterwards I found myself, still in a haunted and lachrymose condition myself, at San…
Although apologies have been issued by many of the parties connected to the Hillsborough tragedy, none has been forthcoming from the organisation responsible for staging the game, the Football Association.
Brian Glanville wonders whether families of the victims of the Hillsborough tragedy will ever get the justice they demand, and indeed deserve.
Brian Glanville decries the mindless booing by the Chelsea fans during the minute's silence commemorating Hillsborough, but asks whether it should have been held in the first place.