Hillsborough Family Support Group chair Trevor Hicks spoke of his delight at the decision to quash the inquest verdicts.
The original Hillsborough inquest verdicts were quashed in the High Court, with a new investigation announced.
A new police investigation into the Hillsborough disaster has been announced.
A formal application to quash the verdicts of the original Hillsborough inquests has been made by the Attorney General.
Labour MP Steve Rotheram has called for the FA to face the 'full force of the law' regarding the Hillsborough disaster.
Ex-Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish has called for an inquiry into the FA's responsibilities in the Hillsborough tragedy.
Liverpool have welcomed the announcement of "massive" investigations into the Hillsborough disaster by the IPCC.
The IPCC have confirmed they are looking into bringing criminal charges against officers involved in the Hillsborough disaster.
IPCC will launch the biggest inquiry into police actions in light of the findings of the Hillsborough Independent Panel.
Johnny Phillips talks to former Reds boss Rafa Benitez about Liverpool, that 2005 final and Hillsborough.
The truth about Hillsborough has finally been exposed - now the fight for justice will begin, says David Jones.
Lawyers acting for Hillsborough victims will on Monday demand new inquests be held in Liverpool.
The Premier League is unlikely to take action after anti-Liverpool chanting during Manchester United's win over Wigan.
The Chief Constable of West Yorkshire Police Sir Norman Bettison has apologised for any upset caused by his statement.
Adrian Bevington told The FF Show that any further inquiry into Hillsborough will have the FA's full backing.
Brendan Rodgers believes repercussions from the Hillsborough disaster means lessons will continue to be learned.
FA Director of Communications Adrian Bevington spoke to Dave Jones about the Hillsborough report.
Hillsborough families have welcomed the FA's apology over the disaster - but said it should have happened years ago.
Brendan Rodgers hopes the Hillsborough report will bring an end to disgraceful and tasteless chants by "idiots".
FA chairman David Bernstein offers an apology to the Hillsborough disaster victims and families of those who lost their lives.