After a 32-year battle for justice, what is Hillsborough’s legacy?on May 28, 2021 at 11:58 pm

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As the collapse of the last criminal trial marks the end of a long legal road, Judith Moritz asks what the legacy of Britain’s worst sports disaster is.

“I would argue that that is unjust,” says Bishop James. “In fact, it’s an affront to natural justice, that the state agency can be well-represented legally, and the families not at all. And we have to find some way of ensuring that an inquest is a level playing field for the families, as they come to find out about how and why their loved one died.”

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