Assembly member urges football clubs to do more when it comes to tackling hateful language on the terraces

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Assembly member urges football clubs to do more when it comes to tackling hateful language on the terraces

As the new football season gets underway Labour's London Assembly Spokesperson for Policing and Crime, Unmesh Desai has written a letter to every football league club in London raising the issue of the low reporting rates of hate crimes on match days.

Mr Desai says he wants clubs to be more active in their approach to making sure more fans flag up abuse - I've been speaking to the assembly member.

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