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Boris: banned from matches if guilty of online racist abuse

Boris: banned from matches if guilty of online racist abuse

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Boris: banned from matches if guilty of online racist abuse – no ifs not buts

Boris Johnson faced Sir Keir Starmer at PMQs.

First up: Prime Minister Boris Johnson says social media firms will ‘face fines’ if they don’t act on racist abuse of England players. Plus: If fans found guilty of racist abuse online of footballers then they will not be going to the match no ifs no buts no exemptions and no excuses

This follows the recent abuse of England players in the wake of their Euro 2020 final defeat

PM: announced that the football banning order will be extended to cover online racism following the recent abuse of England’s football players

Labour leader tackled the PM over the issue of racism and racist remarks since the England team was beaten by Italy in the Euro 2020 final.  Sir Keir asked if the Prime Minister: regretted not condemning fans booing players for take the knee.

PM: we made it absolutely clear no-one should boo England team.


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