Hillsborough disaster Families hail another step forward: 6 charged over the tragedy

DELIGHTED Hillsborough campaigner Margaret Aspinall yesterday said the 96 victims will leave a ­powerful legacy — by ensuring such a terrible injustice is never repeated.

She said the nation as a whole would reap the benefit of the 28-year struggle for justice.

Margaret, 70, who lost 18-year-old son James at Hillsborough, added: “This must never happen again.

“No one should have to go through what these families have gone through — 28 years to try and get to the truth and accountability.

“I think that is important and I think what has been achieved should change things for the nation.

“I think that is the legacy of the 96.”

Margaret said she was delighted at yesterday’s announcement that ex-police chief David Duckenfield and five other senior figures will be prosecuted over the 1989 tragedy.

She added: “I’m happy. A few years ago we had no one…

Margaret Aspinall, who lost son James, said: ‘I think what has been achieved should change things for the nation’

Source: Families of Hillsborough disaster victims hail ‘another step forward’ as six are charged over the tragedy 28 years later