Police found guilty of Hillsborough 'cover up'

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An independent panel set up to investigate the Hillsborough disaster has concluded today that emergency services were to blame for the 96 lives lost 23 years ago.

In the report by the Hillsborough Independent Panel, police were accused of failing to do enough to protect Liverpool fans who were crushed to death before subsequently accusing them of causing the incident.

Speaking in the house of commons, British Prime Minister David Cameron offered his ‘profound apologies’ to Liverpool fans.

Manchester United face a growing injury list ahead of their Premier League game against Wigan on Saturday both Robin van Persie and Shinji Kagawa have picked up injuries while on international duty, although both are stil

John Terry looks like he will be fit to play for Chelsea against QPR this weekend meaning he could come face to face with Anton Ferdinand for the first time since he was cleared of racially abusing the QPR defender Terry still faces an FA charge over the incident.

Arsenal’s Abou Diaby could be fit to start at the weekend despite missing France's World Cup qualifier last night. The Frenchman was a doubt for the Gunners game against Southampton on Saturday with a muscle strain.

Tottenham have finally moved into their new training ground. Their move to the state of the art facility in Enfield was delayed before the start of the season because of bad weather

Mario Balotelli may be laid up thanks to eye surgery at the moment but he’s still found a way to get into the trouble – the Italian has been pictured smoking in a nightclub.

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