Hillsborough questions remain unresolved

Updated: May 10, 2020

With FA Cup semi-final weekend almost upon us, I’m posting a link to a piece I wrote two years ago on Hillsborough. That piece was prompted by an excellent article by The Guardian’s David Conn, which is in turn linked in my blog post. It is sad to read the piece again and reflect that it could still have been written today.

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