A Football Association equality panel will meet later today to discuss the leaked emails from Premier League chief exec Richard Scudamore.
Yesterday the Premier League investigation said there would be no further action and no further disciplinary action over the emails.
The advisory board, chaired by independent member Heather Rabbatts will look into the emails and the Premier League's handling of the case.
Yesterday David Cameron added his voice to the row, saying he did not think a minister would survive the scandal.
I don't think they would. I have to be careful what I say because I haven't seen these specific emails, but...we have to set and keep high standards in politics.
I have tried to enforce that in my own party. I haven't actually seen the emails myself but obviously people should treat everybody else with respect.
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