Hillsborough disaster families 'feel vindicated' by report

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The prime minister has said he is "profoundly sorry" for what he called the double injustice of the Hillsborough disaster.

He was addressing the House of Commons following an independent report into previously unseen documents about what happened on 15 April 1989.

Ninety-six fans died after a crush at Sheffield Wednesday's ground.

Trevor Hicks, who lost two daughters in the disaster, said three people fainted when the families saw the report for the first time.

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