Neither of them held back
Football icon criticised after describing public treatment of young migrants arriving in UK this week was "hideously racist"
144 people, 116 of them children, killed on 21 October 1966 when 150,000 tonnes of coal waste slid down mountain into Welsh village and school
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Wales international and Chesterfield striker cleared two week retrial at Cardiff Crown Court
The march is part of a series of events marking the 950th anniversary of the events of 1066 and the Norman Conquest.