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Social media platforms’ moderation policies enable racism to thrive. Now football is staging a boycott.
Young players don’t think about the future; they blank all that from their minds as they chase after the exultation of scoring.
Whether it's Ulster, Exeter, Ireland or England – I was finally liberated from arranging weekends around rugby fixtures.
In squaring up to the European Super League, Boris Johnson confirmed the Conservatives’ communitarian turn. Is Labour paying attention?
Human spirit has triumphed over the brutal logic of the market – now fans must truly take control of their clubs.
Calls for a more radical approach to how British football is run and regulated are not going to go away.
“Following the science” shouldn’t just be for lockdown – ministers have a moral duty to take note of research into therapeutic drugs.
This is how power operates in its most unaccountable form: a hand grenade tossed into the heart of European football by a group of unelected billionaires.
Whether the Prime Minister honours his rhetorical commitment to do “whatever it takes” will show if he really values new Tory voters.
The Conservatives would set a tricky precedent by intervening in one high-profile case of attempted monopoly.
Stephen Bush and Ailbhe Rea discuss why football occupies a privileged position in public discourse – and the gender issues related to it.