- Radio Times
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- Tom Goulding
Succinctly described by David Cameron as “one of the great peacetime tragedies”, the 1989 Hillsborough disaster still resonates strongly throughout British life, from Westminster to the communities that bore the brunt of what followed.
In this enlightening special, the Bishop of Liverpool, James Jones, talks to Shelagh Fogarty about the panel’s findings, the impact on victims’ families and whether justice for the 96 people that died has finally been achieved in a year saturated by political hand-wringing. d
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Shelagh Fogarty meets the Bishop of Liverpool, the Right Reverend James Jones, who chaired the Hillsborough Independent Panel.
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