After a 27 year fight for justice, there were emotional scenes after the Hillsborough inquest verdict was heard.
Families of the victims of the disaster died sung the Liverpool anthem You'll Never Walk Alone after a jury found that the 96 people were unlawfully killed.
Tearful families leapt to their feet and cheered as the jury delivered the unlawful killing verdict in court.
After the latest step of the families' campaign for justice, the chief constable of South Yorkshire Police and the chief executive of Yorkshire Ambulance Service fully accepted the jury's conclusions and reiterated previous public apologies.
But lawyers for some of the families had previously argued in court that despite their public stance, both organisations sought to minimise their responsibility at the inquests so the jury was unaware of any acceptance of responsibility or fault.
Families of the victims accused South Yorkshire Police of "a culture of denial" after the inquest.