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Champions League: Paris police apologise

Champions League: Paris police apologise


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Champions League: Paris police apologise

Latest: Paris police chief has apologised for tearing-gassing supporters who were waiting to enter the Champions League match.

Earlier, the French police action was revealed when the under Secretary of State for Sport delivered a statement in House of Commons.

Nigel Huddleston told parliament France supported the UEFA investigation.  This and the French police attack on fans outside the State de France stadium on 28 May.

Nigel Huddleston said the French authorities pledged to take action against police officers who misused tear gas on Liverpool fans.  

Also, Nigel Huddleston is visiting Paris for a meeting with France’s Sports Minister to discuss compensation for the fans who had valid tickets and could not enter the stadium.

Were you there?  Did you experience tear gas?  Could you get in?

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