Swift justice has to follow truth

Swift justice has  to follow truth
Liverpudlians attend a vigil for the 96 Hillsborough victims a day after the inquest delivered its verdict Picture: Getty

Last week’s inquest verdict delivered vindication for the tireless Hillsborough campaigners. Tragically, some of them were not around to see it

It was just over six years ago when I met Anne Williams outside the Albert pub, right beside Anfield in Liverpool. She was smoking a roll-up cigarette while young kids kicked a can across the concrete ground in the background.

Williams was as angry as she had been for a long time. For more than two decades, she had fought the system that said her son Kevin Williams, 15, was dead before 3.15pm on April...

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