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Robbie Williams to sing on Hillsborough charity record

Robbie Williams to sing on Hillsborough charity record
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Robbie Williams is one of a number of stars to sing on a charity record in aid of the Hillsborough campaign for justice.

Robbie Williams is one of a number of stars who will sing on a charity record in aid of the Hillsborough campaign for justice.

The Take That singer will join Paloma Faith, Mel C, Mick Jones, Gerry Marsden and a host of other artists to record a version of The Hollies' classic 'He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother'.

Proceeds from the song will help contribute towards the legal costs of the Hillsborough families.

The record will be released on December 17 with a chance of it hitting the number one spot in time for Christmas.

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