A message accidentally posted on a website for retired South Yorkshire Police officers has assured them they "did a good job" in the 1980s, despite the deaths of 96 fans in the Hillsborough disaster.
The final annual Hillsborough memorial service will be held at Anfield today, 27 years after 96 Liverpool fans died in a crush at an FA Cup semi-final.
Former police chief Sir Norman Bettison chokes back his emotions as he tells the Hillsborough inquests into the deaths of 96 Liverpool supporters that he was blamed for a cover-up to smear fans.
The Hillsborough match commander tells the inquests into the deaths of 96 Liverpool fans that his failure to close a tunnel was the "direct cause" of the tragedy.
David Duckenfield, in charge of policing at Hillsborough on April 15 1989, denies taking part in a "cover-up" but admits making mistakes. Here are the key moments from his evidence to the inquest.
David Duckenfield, the police officer in charge when 96 Liverpool fans died at Hillsborough, says he "was probably not the best man for the job". Here are the other key moments from the inquests.
David Duckenfield, who was match commander at Hillsborough on 15 April 1989 when 96 Liverpool fans died, gives evidence to the inquest into the disaster. Alex Thomson reports via Twitter.