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15.2.17

Hillsborough families dismayed by Paul Nuttall's 'insulting' admission | Politics | The Guardian: “There’s a lot of people who survived that day who did lose personal friends. It’s devastating for them because they’re still suffering and for the guy now to backtrack is appalling,” she said.

Nuttall’s admission came in an interview with Liverpool’s Radio City News on Tuesday. The interview followed his denial that he had lied about being a survivor of the disaster which claimed the lives of 96 Liverpool fans at the FA Cup semi-final in 1989.

Asked about claims that he had not been at the match on Monday, he said: “I feel bloody angry, angrier than I’ve ever been, and I thought I had seen everything in politics ... It’s upset me personally, it’s upset my family.”


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