Racism and discrimination remain a "significant problem" in British football and more must be done to tackle the twin issues, MPs have concluded in a report out today.
An inquiry by the Culture, Media and Sport Committee following high-profile incidents last season has made a number of recommendations to stamp out racism in the game.
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