Attorney General's Office
Provides legal and strategic policy advice and support to the Attorney General and the Solicitor General.
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Letters written following airing of the docudrama Hillsborough in December 1996; other documents relating to the Stuart-Smith LJ scrutiny of evidence are also here
Draft letter from the Attorney General to the Home Secretary regarding independent review; includes submission to the Attorney General and letter from the Home Secretary
Briefing for the new Attorney General John Morris QC MP, following the election of a Labour Government in May 1997
Correspondence between Attorney General's Office and Hillsborough Family Support Group; attaching correspondence sent to Home Secretary
Concerns a proposed scrutiny of evidence; there are several drafts of lines to take for Home Office; Attorney General's Office and Crown Prosecution Service together with miscellaneous notes
Correspondence between the Attorney General's Office and the Lord Justice Stuart-Smith Scrutiny
Correspondence between the Attorney General's Office and members of the public following the 'Hillsborough' documentary-drama
Correspondence is with Hillsborough Family Support Group, South Yorkshire Police, the Home Office, Attorney General's Office etc; CPS notes and briefings also herewith
Correspondence is with victims' relatives, members of the Public, South Yorkshire Police, the Home Office, Attorney General's Office etc
Public pressure for a new Inquiry into the Hillsborough Disaster; Home Office officials conclude insufficient new evidence to justify a fresh Inquiry, but recommend an independent scrutiny of evidence
Following recommendations set out by LJ Taylor in his final report on the Hillsborough Disaster 1989
Includes copies of documents not served on the Coroner by April 1993. Also includes two statements by doctors who attended the match and helped with the rescue.