The 1989 Hillsborough disaster claimed the lives of 96 innocent Liverpool FC fans. Since that day their families, and those who survived the terrible tragedy, have campaigned relentlessly for justice. September 12, 2012, was a momentous day as the findings of the Hillsborough Independent Panel finally confirmed the shocking truth and the full scale of the subsequent cover-up. It prompted the biggest-ever investigation by the Independent Police Complaints Commission into the huge police failings and saw the discredited "accidental" death verdicts quashed paving the way fresh inquests. The campaign for justice continues.
RBS is facing allegations of “unscrupulous” treatment of small businesses and police officers would be given a new chartered status and face being struck off a professional register if guilty of misconduct
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Mark Thomas was appointed editor of the Liverpool Post in 2007, and is also editor of the Liverpool Post Business Daily. A former Press Association regional correspondent, Mark has worked as a reporter, deputy news editor, investigations editor, assistant editor and deputy editor in our business. In 2002 he was the Press Gazette Regional News Reporter of the Year, and he is also the author of a book on the James Bulger murder. Liverpool-born, he lives in Wirral with his partner Penny and their two dogs.