Bettison resigns over Hillsborough inquiry
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Updated Wednesday, 24th October 2012
Sir Norman Bettison has resigned as chief constable of West Yorkshire Police.
He had been due to retire in March but had faced calls for him to go sooner after revelations about the Hillsborough disaster were revealed by the independent panel.
"I'm absolutely delighted he's gone but as far as I am concerned he should have been sacked," said Margaret Aspinall, chairwoman of the Hillsborough Families Support Group.
"I would now like to know what payments and pension he's going to get.
"Any financial benefits should be frozen until the outcome of the investigation into the cover-up."