MPS are set to decide whether to debate a proposal for a fresh inquest into the death of 15-year-old Hillsborough victim Kevin Williams.
The meeting, which was triggered after 113,656 signed an e-petition calling for a verdict over Kevin’s death to be overturned, will go ahead at 1pm on Tuesday.
City of Chester MP Stephen Mosely will make representations to the committee on behalf of Kevin’s mum Anne.
The three options open to the committee include either rejecting the proposal, allocating time for the matter to be discussed at Westminster Hall or hearing a debate and voting on the subject in the House of Commons.
Mr Moseley said: “I’ll be highlighting the fact that the e-petition was well-supported by Liverpool, Merseyside, the North West, Kenny Dalglish (Liverpool FC manager), Wayne Rooney (England striker) and politicians.
“I’ll also be saying that evidence has come to light since the 1991 verdict and it should be looked at again.
“Hopefully it will be debated in the House of Commons, but it could be in Westminster Hall.”
Calls for a commons debate and vote would carry more weight if it had overwhlming support from MPs.