Hillsborough: Call for 'cover-up' police officers to quit

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Bereaved relatives are calling for further investigations into the conduct of police during and after the Hillsborough disaster, following the publication of a damning report.

Ninety-six people died after a crush at Sheffield Wednesday's ground on 15 April 1989.

Trevor Hicks from the Hillsborough Families Support Group, who lost two daughters, said police officers whose integrity was compromised, should not remain in their jobs.

''We have to rely on the integrity of the police,'' he added.

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