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England take a deeply underwhelming stance on World Cup hosts’ human rights abuse


There is an armband. Of course there’s an armband. There’s always an armband. And a statement. Of course there’s a statement. There’s always a statement.

A mealy-mouthed word jumble concocted to sound like real protest and activity, while in reality signifying less than nothing.

Yet beyond these empty platitudes, these woven gestures, what more could the Football Association and England have done? How could they, or any of the European nations, have taken positive action against the Qatar World Cup?

By stopping it? Actually saving lives by preventing it happening? Well, yes, there was that. 

England captain Harry Kane will wear anti-discrimination armband for the Qatar World Cup

England captain Harry Kane will wear anti-discrimination armband for the Qatar World Cup



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