A special late edition of the paper, produced following the unlawful killings verdict was announced by a jury earlier in the day, featured lyrics from the Liverpool football anthem 'You'll Never Walk Alone'.
Over a backdrop of the Royal Liver Building at sunset, it read: "After the end of the storm is a golden sky."
The families and friends of Liverpool supporters killed in the Hillsborough disaster cheered jurors from court after they concluded the 96 football fans had been unlawfully killed.
Declaring that justice had finally been done, there were shouts of “God bless the jury” as the conclusions into Britain’s worst sporting disaster were read out. They found it was unlawful killing by a 7-2 majority.
Lawyers acting for the families said the conclusions, at the end of the longest jury case in British legal history, had completely vindicated their tireless 27-year battle.
The fresh inquest followed a dogged campaign for justice by the loved ones of those who died.
The inquest jury of six women and three men delivered their verdicts 27 years after the stadium crush, concluding the longest jury proceedings in English legal history and coming after a protracted battle for justice.
The jury, sitting in Warrington, Cheshire, found police planning errors ‘caused or contributed’ to the dangerous situation that developed on the day of the disaster.
Jurors gave their conclusions having answered a general questionnaire of 14 questions as well as a record of the time and cause of death for each of the Liverpool fans.
The shadow home secretary accused South Yorkshire Police of covering up officers’ failures in a bid to prevent the truth of how the fans died from coming to light.
Burnham added that decades of lies by police had caused “incalculable” damage to families who have fought for decades to discover how their loved ones died and who was to blame.