South Yorkshire Police’s chief constable David Crompton has been suspended over his response to Hillsborough, the BBC understands.
It comes after Shadow Home Secretary Andy Burnham said there had been a “27-year cover up” and “those responsible must be held to account”.
On Tuesday a jury concluded the 96 victims of the 1989 Hillsborough disaster had been unlawfully killed.
Home Secretary Theresa May has praised the “determination” of the families.
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