The laws in force, put in act to prevent violence and chaos in matches, punish the perpetrators of such violations by forbidding them to attend matches for a period of not less than three years and not more than 10 years. And it was decided to broaden the scope of these laws to include hate crimes and racist abuse online, after British Prime Minister Boris Johnson pledged last July to tighten sanctions following racist abuse directed at England players following their defeat in the final match of the 2020 European Championship. media Britons quoted him as Interior Minister Patel said: “This summer we witnessed racist abuse online by people hiding behind the console and abuse our players. “
“Those responsible for blatant racial abuse online they must be punished, “added Patel. The legal amendments I have announced will ensure that they cannot attend football matches. media Britons said the new amendments will be implemented early next year.
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