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Theresa May says she won't intervene over FA's sale of Wembley

MailOnline Wednesday, 23 May 2018
Theresa May says she won't intervene over FA's sale of WembleyThe Prime Minister insisted the mooted £600million deal was a 'private matter' despite a major backlash from fans and MPs.
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