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Hillsborough Inquests - Wednesday September 17 2014

10.00am

Neil Docking

GOOD MORNING: Hi I’m Neil and I’m covering the Hillsborough inquests today, follow here for all the updates.

Today’s first witness is Harry White. 7,766 more words

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Art thief casually walks out of gallery with WWI painting

A would-be art thief has been caught on camera trying and failing to stuff a painting down his hoodie – before walking out with it under his arm. 184 more words

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Is the House of Cards about to fall, 05-09-2014, Hillsborough Inquests

http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/news/liverpool-news/re-read-hillsborough-inquests—friday-7722904

9:53 am

Eleanor Barlow

I’m back in Birchwood Park, Warrington, where the Hillsborough inquests are due to resume at 10am.

The coroner and the jury are in court now. 9,390 more words

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Thursday September 4 2014

http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/news/liverpool-news/re-read-hillsborough-inquests—thursday-7715993

10:02 am

Eleanor Barlow

The inquests are back in Warrington today.

Jonathan Hough, counsel to the inquests, is going to read a short statement to start the day. 9,576 more words

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Hillsborough Inquests - Wednesday September 3 2014

4:30 pm

Eleanor Barlow

That is all of the evidence for today, the court will resume at 10am tomorrow.

He said he thought the line of horses was effective and just a “trickle” of people were getting through. 9,726 more words

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Hillsborough Inquests - Tuesday September 2 2014

http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/news/liverpool-news/live-hillsborough-inquests—tuesday-7704573

10:00 am

Eleanor Barlow

I’m back in Warrington today for the Hillsborough inquests.

The court is starting a little bit earlier for some legal discussion but the jury is expected in at 10.10am. 8,988 more words

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September 1st the Inquest continues!

http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/news/liverpool-news/re-read-hillsborough-inquests—monday-7697466

10:00 am

Eleanor Barlow

I’m back in Warrington for the Hillsborough inquests. Today we’re due to hear from more former police officers about the day of the disaster. 9,104 more words

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