The Times and the Sun both decided not to feature the Hillsborough inquest verdict on their front pages on Wednesday 27 April.

Sun and Times front pages criticised for ignoring Hillsborough verdict

Sun – which published infamous front page blaming fans in 1989 – relegates historic inquest verdict to page while Times changes front for later editions

Former Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish believes the Hillsborough inquest verdict is total vindication for the relatives and supporters of the club following a 27-year battle for the truth.

Players, clubs and managers pay tribute after Hillsborough verdicts

The renewed violence in Syria, the Hillsborough inquest verdict, the continuing refugee crisis in Europe - the best photography in news,…

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Hillsborough inquest jury delivers unlawful killing verdict

FAMILIES of the 96 Liverpool fans who died at the Hillsborough disaster in 1989 have finally been vindicated, as a jury has determined that they were killed unlawfully.

Verdict has been reached the 96 fans killed in the 1989 Hillsborough disaster were unlawfully killed jury of inquest concludes. Justice for the 96. http://ift.tt/1pAQxQg Love #sport follow #sports on @cutephonecases

Verdict has been reached, the 96 fans killed in the 1989 Hillsborough disaster were unlawfully killed, jury of inquest concludes.

2016 - Social Media reaction to the Hillsborough Inquest Verdict

2016 - Social Media reaction to the Hillsborough Inquest Verdict

The idea of a second Leveson inquiry had rather faded away – until last week’s inquest verdict shone a new light on police mendacity

Police-press relations look rather different after the Hillsborough verdict

The idea of a second Leveson inquiry had rather faded away – until last week’s inquest verdict shone a new light on police mendacity

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“A landmark day for all affected by the Hillsborough tragedy. 27 years of courage, resilience and determination.

Jury at Hillsborough inquests into deaths of 96 Liverpool fans begin deliberations

Previously unseen government papers about the 1989 Hillsborough disaster that led to the deaths of 96 football fans are released to the victims' families.

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - APRIL 26:  A banner reading Truth and Justice is hung from Liverpool's Saint George's Hall and illuminated in red after the Hillsborough inquest verdict. The fresh inquests into the 1989 Hillsborough disaster, in which 96 football supporters were crushed to death, concluded on April 26, 2016 with a verdict of unlawful killing

Photography agency rounds up its most striking images from 2016

The Sun has left the verdict of the Hillsborough inquiry off its front page today

The 96 fans who died in the 1989 Hillsborough disaster were unlawfully killed and supporters were not to blame, an inquest jury has ruled.
 
 Relatives of those who died cheered and clapped as the damning verdict was delivered at the coroner's court in Warrington.
 
 The jury of six women and three men gave their conclusions after answering a general questionnaire of 14 questions, along with a record of the time and cause of death for each of the Liverpool fans, 27 years and ...

Hillsborough inquest returns 'unlawful killing' verdict over disaster

Liverpool fans escaping severe overcrowding at the FA Cup semi-final football match between Liverpool and Nottingham Forest at Hillsborough stadium in Sheffield, April 1989

David Crompton, South Yorkshire Police Chief Constable, Suspended After Hillsborough Inquest Verdict

South Yorkshire Police Chief Constable David Crompton Suspended Over His Response To Hillsborough

Hillsborough police chief wins legal challenge to get job back

Home secretary says there will be ‘no holding back’ in pursuing prosecutions after unlawful killing verdict at inquest

Hillsborough disaster: those responsible could face charges, says May

Home secretary says there will be ‘no holding back’ in pursuing prosecutions after unlawful killing verdict at inquest

Letter says verdicts delivered at Hillsborough inquest make case for similar inquiry into miners’ strike ‘overwhelming’

MPs write to Theresa May to demand inquiry into Orgreave policing

Home secretary to consider legal submission demanding inquiry into 1984 confrontation between police and miners during strike

#Hillsborough verdict: The final reckoning for David Duckenfield – the match commander who tried to blame the fans

Final reckoning for police officer who tried to blame fans

David Duckenfield apologises 'unreservedly' for lying about having given the order for Hillsborough gates to be opened, leading to death of 96 fans in 1989 disaster

Paper changes front page after failing to mention inquest verdict in first edition

The Times has second thoughts about its Hillsborough coverage

Hillsborough: Times admits front page ‘mistake’.: Hillsborough: Times admits front page ‘mistake’

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