Hillsborough inquest: A unique court on trading estate

Fresh inquests are opening into the deaths of 96 football fans who lost their lives in the 1989 Hillsborough disaster.

They come after the original accidental death verdicts were quashed by the High Court.

The inquests are being held in a purpose-built courtroom, the biggest in England and Wales, in an office building in Birchwood Park, in Warrington.

Angus Crawford has been to see the "unique" court.