Hillsborough papers: Families call for legal action
Hillsborough victims' families say they are to press for criminal action after a damning report on the disaster.
An independent report found that some of the 96 dead might have been saved and said police had changed witness statements and tried to blame Liverpool fans.
Trevor Hicks, who led the campaign for justice and whose two daughters died in the 1989 stadium crush, said the state should now put right the wrongs.
David Cameron said Attorney General Dominic Grieve would review the report as quickly as possible in order to decide whether to apply to the High Court to order a new inquest.
Phil Lavelle reports.