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Speedy Molby:
So, in recent months we’ve seen:

1 Police officers acting with contempt for the law and civilians (Met scandals)
2 Rival fans chanting Hillsborough slurs en masse without censure
3 Dangerous crushing at the Leppings Lane end
4 Authorites falsely blaming late-arriving, ticketless Liverpool fans for terrifying chaos at a match

But lessons have been learned.

24/7:
"We've learnt from our mistakes and can demonstrably prove our ability to repeat them." :wanker

gazzalfc:
Government responds to 2016 report from the Bishop of Liverpool

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/uk-england-merseyside-67636581

No Hillsborough law

Police will be 'advised' to 'promote a culture of openness, honesty and transparency during investigations and public inquiries'. No legal requirement for a "duty of candour".

A 'consultation' will also be launched to improve legal aid for bereaved families in the aftermath of terrorist incidents or public disasters.

I wont write anything else because it will make my blood boil over. It took them 6 years and 7 Home Secretaries to come up with that...

mattD:

--- Quote from: gazzalfc on December  6, 2023, 12:27:17 pm ---Government responds to 2016 report from the Bishop of Liverpool

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/uk-england-merseyside-67636581

No Hillsborough law

Police will be 'advised' to 'promote a culture of openness, honesty and transparency during investigations and public inquiries'. No legal requirement for a "duty of candour".

A 'consultation' will also be launched to improve legal aid for bereaved families in the aftermath of terrorist incidents or public disasters.

I wont write anything else because it will make my blood boil over. It took them 6 years and 7 Home Secretaries to come up with that...

--- End quote ---

Sorry, but the reporting here makes my blood boil from BBC, again reflecting the couldn't care less attitude from the major institutions in this country. News on BBC framed as if this is a positive and neglects to mention that they have all but rejected the law.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/uk-england-merseyside-67636581

Compare to the Guardian and David Conn, who have accurately reported.

https://www.theguardian.com/football/2023/dec/06/government-rejects-hillsborough-law-but-adopts-charter

This is a big deal, and the reason for such subtle framing is why lies, and a lack of care and indifference spreads around this issue. Utterly shameful. Sooner Labour get in, the better.

Red Ol:
‘Promote a culture of openess’  What a joke and yet again, no accountability, no remorse, no justice

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