The individual movements of each of the 96 children, men and women who died at the Hillsborough disaster will begin being heard by jurors at the inquests today.

The hearings, which commenced on March 31, 2014, enter a new phase of the investigation and will include witness accounts and video footage.

The first evidence being presented to the jury is regarding the movements of 18-year-old Carl Lewis on April 15, 1989.

So far, the jury have heard personally-written pen portraits from each of the families of the 96 who died, as well as key evidence about stadium safety, preparation and planning, how the events of the disaster unfolded, emergency response and evidence gathering in the aftermath.

In December 2014, the coroner, Lord Justice Goldring, told the court he believed the inquests were likely to conclude in early 2016.